Sandy Springs mayor Rusty Paul cut the ribbon to the new City Springs development project on Wednesday. It will include four restaurants with an emphasis on health.
The 14-acre, public-private partnership between the city of Sandy Springs and real estate developers Selig Enterprises and Carter is sandwiched between two of the area’s busiest roads, Johnson Ferry and Mount Vernon.
Restaurants slated to open include a second location of pastry, coffee, and sandwich spot Café Vendôme, the grain bowl and toast-forward Flower Child, Vietnamese restaurant Nam Kitchen (from owner of MF Sushi), and the Select, serving “comfort food with a slight French accent.”
In addition to the food offerings, City Springs will also be home to residential and office spaces, a performing arts and conference center, a cycling studio, and green space.
The first City Springs businesses could open as early as this summer.