This week in Atlanta real estate: Tiny homes could land in Georgia

by Rincey Abraham

Source: PRNewsfoto/Eagle Ridge Buildings

The largest tiny-home community in the Southeast could be coming to Georgia. Eagle Ridge Buildings, which specializes in building and developing tiny home communities, is looking to create The Shire Village at Mountaintown in Ellijay. The 500-acre community would offer 450- to 950-square-foot homes on 1 acre lots, according to BuilderOnline.

In other Atlanta-area real estate news:

  • Perennial Properties filed a land disturbance permit this week for 1782 Peachtree Road. The 244,000-square-foot mixed-use apartment building would be near the border of Buckhead and Midtown. According to BisNow Atlanta, the plans call for a 265-unit apartment complex with 10,000 square feet of office space and 6,500 square feet of retail.
  • Taylor Morrison started a new phase at an Atlanta-area home site. Copperleaf at Global Forum in Doraville currently has 71 new home sites with seven two-story floor plans ranging from 1,555 to 1,730 square feet and is over 60 percent sold, according to Builder Online.
  • Curbed Atlanta has an inside look of the most expensive condo sold in Atlanta last year. Nearly 5,200 square feet, the full-floor space is in Buckhead’s Mandarin Oriental and was sold for nearly $4 million. The space includes two massive terraces, a wine wall and one secret bathroom portal.