The Strategic Economic Development Plan (SEDP) provides City leaders an objective assessment of East Point’s competitive position in attracting new business. It identifies potential opportunities East Point may have in specific industries, and locations within the city limits. The plan provides a road map for the City to succeed in attracting private investment within an extremely vibrant and competitive regional market.
In the fall of 2012, East Point completed a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Plan and Market Feasibility Study for two nodes along US 29 (Main Street) envisioned as catalyst redevelopment sites located near the East Point and Lakewood/Ft. McPherson MARTA stations. This plan details the immediate opportunities in the Downtown corridor and the City’s vision to recruit signature mixed-use projects that capitalize on the area’s existing quality housing, access to MARTA, and major employment centers.
TOD Market Analysis