This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: Dozens of parks in Atlanta to get upgrades this year

by Rincey Abraham


Dozens of parks throughout Atlanta will be getting upgrades and improvements in 2018 due to more than $1 million in grants from Park Pride. This is the largest contribution Park Pride has been able to make in a single year. Curbed Atlanta has a full list of the parks that will be getting improvements, which includes Atlanta Memorial Park and Findley Plaza in Atlanta, and Briarlake Forest Park in DeKalb County.

In other Atlanta real estate news:

  • Taylor Morrison released 30 home opportunities at Grandview Manor in Cumming, Ga. Homes are priced from the mid-$200,000 range and will be between 2,651 and 3,385 square feet. Community amenities include a large preservation area, pool, cabana, fire pit and a tot lot for kids to play, according to BuilderOnline.
  • CF Real Estate Services has acquired The Office Apartments, which was originally the Suntrust headquarters but became a 327-unit luxury high rise in 2016. CF plans to do a full rebrand of the building in order to “further differentiate this as a distinctly sophisticated choice in the downtown market.”
  • Edge City Properties will develop a 233-home subdivision named Trinity Falls at the southern end of Hall County. The upscale neighborhood will have homes in the mid-$300,000 range that will go on sale in 2019 and include community amenities including a pool, tennis courts and a dog park, according to the Gainsville Times.
  • ShowingTime announced the release of MarketView Broker, a browser-based application that helps a brokerage’s management team identify and recruit, manage and coach top-performing agents; review and analyze competitive market share; and determine the best opportunities for growth.