Local Realtors need local news — and that’s where Atlanta Agent comes in. Throughout the year, we cover many, many stories about the goings-ons in and around Atlanta, from breaking news to researched lists. Here are the Atlanta real estate stories that stuck out most in 2022.
The development is situated in Loganville in an area “known for its equestrian lifestyle, with many beautiful horse farms that create a quiet pastoral setting,” the developer said.
The first of the six-phase strategy covers about 40 acres for 78 new lots in the Edenwood master-planned community.
At least six large developments representing more than 1,300 new for-sale and rental homes have been proposed.
The New York-based purchaser told a publication last year that his firm was moving its investment focus from its home market to the Sunbelt due to new regulations that made it “impossible to make money.”
One of the two parcels comprising the 340-acre tract is zoned for up to 480 homes.