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Chamblee, Georgia

The new Chamblee City Hall is placed as the center piece for the city’s developing downtown master plan. The building intends to become a beacon for community and evoke a sense of historical significance and pride. Upon arrival, the city hall and surrounding site will be welcoming and inviting with a variety of open green spaces that promote public engagement and activity. The building will embody and elevate the City of Chamblee’s service model by promoting active community engagement and service.

“Thank you to the GMC team, from start to finish, it was an amazing experience. You guys have a lot to be proud of. Great job!”

– Brian K. Mock, Mayor, City of Chamblee, Georgia

These ideals are embodied throughout the architecture. The front entry features an inviting wood/steel trellis structure that reaches out and draws people into the three-story front lobby. This atrium space connects to two smaller lobbies on the north and west ends of the building, allowing for multiple points of entry for the public.

Historical brick detailing adorns the large arch windows that stretch along the south and west facades, covering a double height community room and council chambers, which are large enough to contain 180+ people.