Thursday, May 16, 2013
The Atlanta Street Food Coalition hopes to have the issue resolved by the end of the month.
Issues with DeKalb County's permitting system have temporarily put food trucks at Chamblee Plaza on hold, a shopping center representative said Wednesday. The Atlanta Street Food Coalition hopes to have the issues resolved by the end of the month, said Dave Andersen with Trinity Development Group, which operates the plaza. More to come. Read also:
Thursday, April 25, 2013
The meeting will be held at the 57th Fighter Restaurant, 3829 Clairmont Road, from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Developers will debut their preliminary site plan for a new and improved Chamblee Plaza on Thursday. Atlanta-based Trinity Development Group will hold the meeting at the 57th Fighter Restaurant, 3829 Clairmont Road, from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. David Henzlik, managing partner of Trinity Development, said his company worked with a panel comprised of local residents to assist them with a site plan that will transition Chamblee Plaza into a city center. “The panel was an outgrowth from a town hall meeting we convened last November that was attended by upwards of 100 local residents," Henzlik told Patch earlier this month. "Since then, we’ve met regularly with seven residents of neighborhoods adjacent to Chamblee Plaza, including Huntley Hills and …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Trinity Development is planning a town hall meeting later in April.
The new owners of Chamblee Plaza are planning a town hall meeting later this month to further discuss its plans for redeveloping the nearly 20-acre complex. David Henzlik, managing partner of Trinity Development, said his company worked with a panel comprised of local residents to assist them with a site plan that will transition Chamblee Plaza into a city center. “The panel was an outgrowth from a town hall meeting we convened last November that was attended by upwards of 100 local residents," Henzlik said. "Since then, we’ve met regularly with seven residents of neighborhoods adjacent to Chamblee Plaza, including Huntley Hills and Sexton Woods." Henzlik recently spoke to the Chamblee Business Association, saying that he hopes to begin …
Friday, March 22, 2013
The Chamblee Business Association heard from the shopping center's new owners on Thursday, as plans were unveiled for the complex's redevelopment.
Chamblee Plaza's new owners unveiled plans for more than $3 million worth of renovations to local business executives on Thursday morning. "We hope to begin the redevelopment efforts by this summer," Dave Henzlik of Trinity Development Group told a standing-room-only audience of the Chamblee Business Association. Trinity Development Group bought the complex for about $4 million last year. "We want a West Midtown/Virginia Highland feel to the complex," Henzlik said. Plans include: Trinity has also purchased the Citgo gas station property at the north end of the plaza. The IHOP and Chick-fil-A, he said, would remain unchanged, since both have undergone recent renovations and grand openings over the last year or so. "We also are working …
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Dave Henzlik of Trinity Development Group will brief the Chamblee Business Association on the company's latest plans for the complex.
What's in store for Chamblee Plaza? David Henzlik, a managing partner of TRINITY Development Group, will speak at the Chamblee Business Association on the company's plans for the vast complex. The Chamblee Business Assoication meets at the Chamblee Civic Center on the third Thursday of every month. The doors will open on Thursday, March 20, at 7:30 am. Association president Van Pappas will convene the meeting at 8 am.
Saturday, March 2, 2013
The free-doughnut-with-a-haircut-promotion returns this morning at Elliot’s Barber Shop in Chamblee Plaza for every Saturday morning during the month of March.
Friday, January 18, 2013
Mallory Hytes Hagan will serve guests on Tuesday, Jan. 22, as part of an effort to help Children's Miracle Network hospitals.
Newly crowned Miss America Mallory Hytes Hagan will exchange her tiara and sash for a chef's hat and apron next Tuesday at the Chamblee Plaza IHOP. Hagan will be at restaurant from 8-10 am to serve guests as a spokesperson for IHOP's National Pancake Day, which is Tuesday, Feb. 5. On that day. IHOP restaurants nationwide will offer each guest a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes in an effort to raise awareness and funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Later Tuesday afternoon, Hagan will visit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite. IHOP is hoping to raise $3 million this year, for a total of over $13 million in eight years with its National Pancake Day fundraising effort. FACTS FROM NATIONAL PANCAKE DAY 2012:
Friday, January 4, 2013
A Chamblee institution is giving away free doughnuts if you get a haircut at its iconic barber shop.
I remember getting my hair cut as a boy at Elliot's Barber Shop in Chamblee Plaza. Mr. Elliot was one of the first men to ever cut my hair, and my dad took me to his shop for years. A friendly "Come in" from Mr. Elliot would greet every customer as they walked into his shop. A longtime member of the local Masonic lodge, Mr. Elliot was a Chamblee icon, and I worried when he passed that his shop would fall by the wayside as so many other Chamblee Plaza businesses have done. But Elliot's Barber Shop has remained a Chamblee mainstay. James Ramlow is the owner of Elliot's now, having bought it many years ago from the Elliot family. The shop is partnering with the new owner of Chamblee Plaza, Trinity Development Group, to establish a new …
Monday, November 5, 2012
A group of local residents will help evaluate new stores, restaurants and shops for Chamblee Plaza.
A panel of local residents has been named by Chamblee Plaza's new owners to help in the shopping center's redevelopment plans. According to Trinity Development Group, the panel grew out of a town hall meeting the company conducted back in September 2012 regarding the vast, 20-acre complex. “The town hall meeting exceeded my expectations, not only for attendance and input from attendees, but also for the energy and enthusiasm in the room that signaled a strong desire for us to work together towards a common objective for Chamblee Plaza,” said Vince Riggio, Trinity founding partner. The company said the town hall meeting was attended by more than 100 residents. Riggio said the sheer number of advocates for Chamblee Plaza necessitated the …
Monday, September 24, 2012
The nearly 20-acre property on Peachtree Boulevard will see new life, new property owners say.
Friday's inaugural Chamblee Plaza Food Truck Rally was only the first step of an extensive plan to breathe new life into the mostly vacant Chamblee Plaza on Peachtree Boulevard in Chamblee. The Trinity Development Group, Inc., which purchased the Chamblee Plaza earlier this year, held a fireside chat with about 75 residents on Wednesday to discuss its plans to bring new life to the development. "They (residents) gave us some really good insight to provide that sense of community," said David Henzlik, Trinity's managing partner of leasing. The fireside chat, held at the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant, was the first in a series of town hall meetings the Trinity management team plans to host. Henzlik said the developers plan to construct a …