Toll Brothers seeks approval of 41-home subdivision in Alpharetta 

by John Yellig

The proposed plan of the new subdivision. Courtesy of Toll Brothers.

Toll Brothers aims to build 41 single-family detached homes in a new subdivision on Kimball Ridge Road in Alpharetta. 

The new community would replace 23 wooded acres at the intersection of Kimball Ridge and Buice roads. 

Courtesy of Google Maps.

A rezoning request for the development goes before the Alpharetta Planning Commission tomorrow and follows months of negotiations with residents of the adjacent Park Brooke subdivision who are worried about runoff and the proximity of the new houses sharing a property line with existing Park Brooke homes.  

City staff recommended approval of the rezoning request, subject to 26 conditions, including a 30-foot setback from the rear of the houses backing up to Park Brooke (Residents requested a 100-foot setback, according to emails provided by the city). The homebuilder is also required to include a minimum 10-foot planted buffer between the development and Park Brooke. Further, existing trees in the buffer must be saved when possible, according to materials from the Community Development Department. 

The proposal is scheduled to go before the Alpharetta City Council April 25. 

One of the housing types Toll Brothers has proposed for the community. Courtesy of Toll Brothers.

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