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Say goodbye to Norman's Landing
Norman's Landing

By the time the sun was setting Monday afternoon, a demolition crew had already begun the process of tearing down the log cabin that was home to Norman’s Landing restaurant for two decades. 

The restaurant, one of Forsyth's most iconic and a mainstay on Peachtree Parkway, closed in June 2017 after more than 20 years in business and raising more than $3 million for community charities, schools, organizations and churches. The former owner Bill Norman said debt was the biggest factor in choosing to close the restaurant and said the business was hit hard by the economic downturn, particularly from 2007-2010.

In it's place are expected to be commercial buildings totaling 10,845 square feet with 82 parking spaces. The buildings would include a drive-thru restaurant. It is not yet known what eatery would occupy the space.  An image of the most recent site plan is shown below.  A complete copy of the plan and documents can be found at a search for ZA3875 and SD180015

Concept plan for Norman's Landing property


Norman's Property site plan close up