The demolition continues on the old burned out Dreamland BBQ building in Peachtree Corners. A company spokeperson confirmed that it will rebuild the restaurant and plans to have a grand reopening celebration for the community.
"Our goal is to announce by the end of March or the first of April a timeline for reopening," said Ashley Davis, Dreamland's marketing director.
The city had issued a demoliton permit earlier to remove the burned out portion of the building.
Diana Wheeler, Community Development Director for the city said she expects a set of building plans to be delivered in about three weeks.
"We will review the plans internally," she said. "The city's building official, Chris Keown will study the plans to ensure they meets the design standards including conforming to the Overlay District requirements." The plans will not be reviewed by the city's Planning Commission she said but will be required to meet the city's current building codes.
The Gwinnett Fire Martial will also review the plans to ensure the new building meets the county's fire safety codes.
No construction date has been announced.
"When we have a reopening date set, we will invite the entire community to the event," said Davis.
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