Permitted Uses for Redevelopment
- Heath Care Facilities
- Retail and Commercial
- Entertainment and Cultural
- Parks and Recreational
- Public and Civic Facilities
Indian Creek is an at-grade terminus station on the Blue Line of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (“MARTA”) rail system that serves a portion of DeKalb County, Georgia, just outside of “The Perimeter” Interstate 285. It has an island platform with one track on each side of the platform. This station opened in June 1993.
As the eastern terminus for the Blue Line, it primarily serves commuters who take advantage of the free daily parking and ride into the city of Atlanta. It mainly serves the city of Lithonia and its unincorporated surroundings, as well as Stone Mountain, Decatur, and their environs.
Bus service is provided at this station to Lithonia, the Mall at Stonecrest, Memorial Drive Park & Ride, East DeKalb Health Center, Hillandale-DeKalb Medical Center, and Snapfinger Woods Office Park.
Redevelopment Opportunities – Master Active Living Plan (“MALP”)
Planning and Public Health coordinated approach, to help fight obesity by using redevelopment guidelines to encourage the community to be active. A MALP is a detailed small area study for activity centers (mixed-use centers). This also supports Transit Oriented Development (“TOD”), which encourages mixed use development around transit stations.