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

by Rincey Abraham

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.