The Brookhaven City Council on Tuesday deferred two rezoning requests. The first was a request to rezone office –zoned property at 4170 Ashford Dunwoody Road and Lake Hearn Drive to allow for a mixed used development consisting of 500 apartments, office space and three parking decks. The applicant is also requesting a special permit to develop high-rise apartments. That case was deferred to the April 21 city council meeting.

The council also deferred a request to turn one lot at 1432 Windsor Parkway into two lots to build a house on each one. That request drew complaints from residents of the Brittany neighborhood who said that action would create a bad precedence. It was deferred for 60 days.