This week in Atlanta real estate: Paran Homes makes its Dekalb County debut


Paran Homes makes its debut in Dekalb County and the city of Tucker with The Woods of Midvale. Featuring 20 single-family homes, the neighborhood will be near a number of Atlanta attractions, including the 121-acre Henderson Park, the 68-acre Lucky Shoals Park and the Northlake Mall. The homes will be move-in ready by early spring 2018, according to the company.

In other Atlanta real estate news:

  • Grammy Award-winning rapper 2 Chainz is ringing in the holidays by bringing back the infamous Pink Trap House as Trap Wonderland. Located at 1740 Defoor Place, Trap Wonderland will be open seven days a week through December and features music, a Dabbing Santa popup, smores and hot chocolate, carnival games and more according to WAGA.
  • The state of Georgia is expanding the HOPE Career Grant to attract more workers to high-demand fields like construction. The tuition grant program currently provides free tuition to students working toward a certificate or diploma in 12 fields, and five more will added, including construction, in January, according to WABE.
  • Dezhu U.S. Investment Inc. is targeting four multifamily projects within a mile of each other along Boulevard in Midtown. The projects include: 555 Boulevard, a 144-unit apartment building with street-level retail; 542 Boulevard, a 30-unit Class-A apartment project that includes roof gardens and underground parking; 525 Parkway, a 100-unit Class-A apartment project; and 456 Parkway, a 14-unit high-end townhouse project, according to Biznow.



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