Kimberly Morphis Appointed to GPCID Board

Morphis has experience in retail development beneficial to the CID's economic goals.


The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District (CID) has warmly welcomed Kimberly Morphis as the newest member of its board of directors.

In announcing her appointment, GPCID Executive Director Joe Allen said Morphis has experience in retail development, which will greatly benefit the CID with its economic development goals. Morphis was appointed by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners as the county's representative. She replaces Justin Fanning on the GCPID board.

Morphis is president of LVK Management Corp., a commercial real estate property management company servicing property owners and their tenants. She specializes in the leasing, management and retail development for shopping centers.  

“We are excited to have Kimberly Morphis join the board to help us further our objective of increasing the vitality of greater Gwinnett Place,” Allen said in the announcement. “We welcome her leadership and professional insights as we move forward with a number of highly visible and important improvements, including the Pleasant Hill Road diverging diamond interchange and streetscaping projects.”  

“As property owners and tenants strive to succeed within Gwinnett County, having the support of our local Gwinnett Place CID is crucial,” Morphis said in the announcement. “The CID’s relentless efforts to provide our business owners, tenants and the public a competitive, secure and attractive district is an integral asset for property owners and their tenants in meeting such successes in today's economy.”

The next GPCID board meeting is scheduled for April 11. Property owners in the district will hold an election for two posts on the board during that meeting. The board usually meets on the second Wednesday of each month beginning at 9 a.m. at the in Duluth.


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