The development, to be known as Morrison Park, would be built on an undeveloped 25-acre parcel at the intersection of Haynes Bridge Road and Morrison Parkway.
The project is being developed by Royal Oak Developers and marketed by SET Real Estate Group, which is affiliated with Compass Georgia LLC.
The project, dubbed Chamblee Park, calls for 417 condominiums, 28 single-family homes, 370 apartment units and 10,000 square feet of retail space.
The Henry County neighborhood will offer five home designs sized 3,000 square feet and up.
The Park 108 property is on the corner of Park Row and East Lake Road NE in Decatur’s Oakhurst neighborhood.
Epic Development Atlanta is building the Village Stacks, which offers three floorplans of two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath units priced from the mid-$400,000s.
According to documents filed with the county, the units would be priced from $200,000 to $225,000, compared to the average $166,000 price point in the community.
Cumming-based Kairos Development Corp. is seeking to develop 10 luxury single-family detached homes in downtown Alpharetta instead of 12 condominiums as previously planned, according to documents filed with the city. If approved, the subdivision will be located on a 1.2-acre
Atlanta’s City Council on Monday approved a measure to require for-sale residential developments near the new Westside Park to include affordable units, as city leaders seek to temper looming gentrification on the Westside.
The subdivision, to be known as Hudson Park, will be at the northern entrance to the downtown area, which is “the last remaining development site in the Canton Street corridor,” the Atlanta-based homebuilder said.