Areas hit hard by the pandemic could see a wave of zombie properties once the federal ban on foreclosures expires.
“As Midtown’s population surges, 40 West 12th is a differentiated residential offering for the fast-growing affluent buyer segment.” — Christa Huffstickler, founder and CEO of Engel & Völkers Atlanta
Townhome prices start at $330,000 and single-family homes start from the low $400,000s.
Seven88 West Midtown offers 279 residences with a choice of 20 different floor plans ranging from studio to three-bedroom units.
The Retreat at Sterling on the Lake is located Hall County’s Flowery Branch will include 214 homes with sizes ranging from 1,700 to 2,700 square feet.
The new development is expected to be the largest in the Atlanta market in over a decade, according to Kolter Homes.
Residents will enjoy small town charm with big city access with Woodbridge Estates being less than 30 miles from Downtown Atlanta.
These homes, located in the communities of Smyrna and Tucker, offer ample space and a wide variety of features to choose from.
With construction starting next spring, deliveries will begin in the first half of 2022. Condos include access to a private outdoor space, terrace and parking, and the community has a Walk Score of 91.
“The Coronavirus pandemic continues to pose challenges for many home builders, but everyone in our company has stepped up to keep Davidson Homes growing and serving the housing needs of our customers.” — Adam Davidson, founder/president/CEO of Davidson Homes