Building a Legacy

Gainesville Renaissance is a 3-story mixed-use development built in the heart of downtown Gainesville, Georgia. The building features retail stores, restaurants, Brenau University’s Adolescent Psychology Department, and luxury condos.

61,828 SF
3 Story Mixed-Use Building
18,000 SF Pocket Park
Gainesville Renaissance park

Innovation in Design

The primary vision of the Gainesville Renaissance project was to build something timeless that looked like it had been there for a century. To achieve this with modern materials required innovative thinking and creative design and construction techniques. Getting the wide array of residential and commercial materials selected to blend seamlessly required diligent planning and expert craftsmanship to ensure quality. The Carroll Daniel team stepped up to the challenges and committed themselves to finding innovative solutions – bringing the Owner’s dreams for Gainesville Renaissance to life.

Designed for the Heart of a Community

The Gainesville Renaissance building sits on the “fourth side of the Square” in the heart of downtown Gainesville, GA. The building’s stylish flourishes included sculpted cast stone and red brick exteriors that blended seamlessly with the character of historic Gainesville. Utilizing new-age construction technology and materials, the Carroll Daniel project team built a spectacular building that feels like it was built centuries ago and will last for generations.

Safety on the Square

The project footprint was squeezed into a small surface parking lot adjacent to the city’s main parking deck, which remained operational throughout the job. Located right on the town square on Main Street, careful planning and constant monitoring of safety were key to success on this very public project. Carroll Daniel’s commitment to safety remained at the forefront of this project, and a great team of subcontractors worked well together and were focused on the same goals.
Carroll Daniel Construction Company (CDCC) came along with us and put their backs and brains into the partnership. There were many times when CDCC played a leadership role in providing insight and experience with HVAC system alternatives, exterior materials, and building envelope.
Fred Roddy
CEO, Roddy Properties, Inc.

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