The Sugarloaf Community Improvement District was formed in 2016 to ensure the long-term success of Gwinnett County’s premiere business and entertainment district.

The CID is one of the region’s top ten employment centers. Together with Gwinnett Place, the Sugarloaf business district ranks #4 for jobs and #3 for businesses in all of Metro Atlanta. The CID is also home to the Infinite Energy Center, a regional destination that attracts over a million visitors a year. Exciting plans for expansion and new development at this site are also in the works.

In just one year, the CID has leveraged $7.7 million in funding for transportation improvements in the CID, developed concepts to improve six intersections and the Sugarloaf corridor, completed an inventory of sidewalk and pedestrian needs, maintained landscaping at the I-85 interchange, and expanded the CID for a 61% increase in taxable value.

The CID understands that areas that are successful adapt to changing demands. We are working to make sure the Sugarloaf district remains attractive for years to come. Please visit our projects page to learn more.

Board of Directors

Brand Morgan

Brand Morgan

Chairman

Brand Properties

Jim Ezell

Jim Ezell

Vice Chairman

Retail Planning Corporation

Stan Hall

Stan Hall

Treasurer

Gwinnett Sports Commission

Craig Brown

Craig Brown

Assistant Treasurer

Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce

Scott Meadows

Scott Meadows

Secretary

Brand Real Estate Services

Joseph Macrina

Joseph Macrina

Wolverton & Associates

Norwood Davis

Norwood Davis

Assistant Secretary

12Stone Church

Crawford Arnold

Crawford Arnold

TPA Group

Chris Brown

Chris Brown

Duke Realty

Cole Hudgens

Cole Hudgens

Perry Tindol

Perry Tindol

Allgood Services of Georgia

Staff

Alyssa Davis

Alyssa Davis

Executive Director

As Executive Director of the CID, Alyssa Davis is responsible for leading the day to day operations of the CID to ensure the long-term success of Gwinnett’s premiere business and entertainment district. Before joining the Sugarloaf CID, she worked for seven years at the Gwinnett Village CID where she managed the CID‘s plans and transportation projects. Alyssa has a Master’s of City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and she is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). She is also a graduate of Leadership Gwinnett and the Regional Leadership Institute and Vice President of Advance Atlanta. Prior to her experience working with CIDs, Alyssa participated in Teach for America and worked for more five years as a teacher in New York City and Atlanta.