Introducing the **Hotel Site** on 3230 Financial Center Way, Buford, Georgia 30519. This prime 2.78-acre property is strategically located just 34 miles north of downtown Atlanta, right off Interstate 85 at the major Buford Highway exit. Adjacent to the renowned Mall of Georgia, this site offers exceptional visibility and easy access, ideal for a hotel development. Buford, a city with historical significance and modern amenities, boasts a population of 12,225 (2010 census) and a rich cultural heritage. The Buford City School District, various tourist attractions, and proximity to Lake Lanier Islands add to the area’s appeal. With a favorable demographic profile (928,000 total population, $68,914 median household income) in Gwinnett County, this property presents an excellent investment opportunity at an asking price of $1,650,000. Don’t miss out on this chance to own a piece of prime real estate in a thriving location!
Buford is a city in Gwinnett and Hall counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 12,225. The city was founded in 1872 after a railroad was built in the area connecting Charlotte, North Carolina, with Atlanta. Buford was named after Algernon Sidney Buford, who at the time was president of the Atlanta and Richmond Air-Line Railway. The city’s leather industry, led by the Bona Allen Company, as well as its location as a railway stop, caused the population to expand during the early 1900s until after the Great Depression had ended.
The city operates its own school district, the Buford City School District, and has been the birthplace and home of several musicians and athletes. Various tourist locations, including museums and community centers, the largest mall in the state of Georgia, the Mall of Georgia, and Lake Lanier Islands are in the Buford region.
Gwinnett County is a county in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of 2018, the population is estimated to be 927,781 making it the second-most populous county in Georgia. Its county seat is Lawrenceville. The county is named for Button Gwinnett, one of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence. Gwinnett County boasts some of Metro Atlanta’s greatest outdoor destinations including Lake Lanier, the Chattahoochee River and Stone Mountain. It is also hosting many arts and entertainment options such as the Infinite Energy Center, Gwinnett Braves, Atlanta Gladiators, Hudgens Center for the Arts and the Gwinnett History Museum.