Real estate news in Atlanta
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The Smyrna City Council approved the proposed development, which will replace the former Ken’s Corner Deli and current Cochran & Edwards law firm.
“Always trust your gut, and protect your mental health.” — Andrew Burns, Realtor, Coldwell Banker – Marietta/West Cobb
The 55-plus master-planned community will have about 700 homes when complete.
The 5.8-acre mixed-use community will feature retail spaces and two separate and distinct apartment buildings connected by a common plaza.
“I’m old school. As a new agent, it starts by passing out that new box of business cards to everyone you meet. Personal contact.” — Vickie Rogers, broker/licensed instructor, Vickie Rogers Realty
Atlanta was the only market in the survey of 179 U.S. metros to meet all 10 of the criteria the National Association of REALTORS® used in its analysis.
Paces Crossing in Norcross is the fifth local apartment community the New York investor has purchased in two months.
Built in 2021, The Fieldhouse is “filled with baseball-themed amenities” that provide views of Coolray Field in Lawrenceville.
VIBE is part of the first phase of the 19-acre Echo Street West mixed-use development, which is rising on Echo Street and the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Connector Trail.
The new vice president previously served as the firm’s chief experience officer.
“Stay present and connected with your sphere of influence. Don’t be a secret agent.” — Paula Burch Jackson, Realtor, Keller Williams – Atlanta Partners
The project, “Medley,” is a major component of Johns Creek’s new town center, which will be anchored by City Hall and encompass 192 acres of new housing, restaurants, retail and offices.
The nonprofit-led project will be equidistant between Atlanta and Athens and seek to capitalize on the talent pool provided by the University of Georgia and Atlanta’s numerous higher-learning institutions, similar to North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park.
All homes are priced from the mid-$500,000s and have two-story, three-bedroom, open floor plans.