Traton Homes to donate to HomeAid Atlanta for every 2021 closure

by John Yellig

Chris and Clif Poston are the sons of co-founder Bill Poston and nephews of co-founder Milburn Poston.

To celebrate 50 years in businessTraton Homes will make a donation to HomeAid Atlanta for every new home it closes in 2021.  

The nonprofit organization works with members of the building industry to provide housing and other facilities for those experiencing homelessness. 

Traton Executive Vice President Clif Poston, a past HomeAid Atlanta board member, noted the organization is also celebrating an anniversary this year  its 20th.  

Since Traton is a long-time supporter, we look forward to celebrating with them and helping extend their services further with our donations,” Poston said in a release. 

In 2020, family-owned Traton closed out two townhome communities near downtown Marietta with the sale of 31 homes in Grammercy Park and 38 homes in MangêtThe Marrietta-based homebuilder also neared closeout of the 1825 Stilesboro 55-plus community and prepared for the early 2021 opening of two 55-plus communities, Kirk Ridge in Marietta and Courtyards at Ebenezer in East Cobb. 

Traton is currently building in seven Cobb County communities, with prices ranging from the high $200,000s through the $500,000s.  

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