10-7-2014: Venture Homes will build 49 townhomes near South Cobb and Church Roads in Smyrna that will list for $190,000-240,000 – no details on square footage or floor plans…but watch www.venturehomes.com for updates.
8-27-2014: Minerva developers is planning to build at least 58 townhomes and 18 craftsman style single family homes on property off Powder Springs Road between Marietta Square and Marietta Conference Center.
Traton Homes will build Harrison Oaks (24 homes starting in the $400Ks) in the Harrison High School District…visit www.tratonhomes.com for more inforrmation.
8-25-2014: Bellmont Hills shopping center site to be a 160 single family homes-274 unit apartment-47,000 square foot retail center that breaks ground this year and should be ready sometime late 2015.
8-21-2014: 194 single family homes (about 5 per acre) with at least 2,000 square feet starting at $350,000 will be constructed at the corner of Windy Hill and Old Concord Roads in Smyrna, GA.
8-7-2014: Two new Cobb County new home developments are postponed now but are coming – Acworth (195 homes on 137 acres off Paul Samuel & Due West Roads) and East Cobb (10 homes on 6.5 are lot) off Shallowford & Westfield Walk.
7-22-2014: Patrick Malloy Communities building 22 single family homes between $450-650K at Atlanta Road and Cooper Lake Drive. Another 36 single family homes between $400-500K in a subdivision near I-285 and Vinings Estates.
6-4-2014: Senior Living (55+) development called Benton House in Woodstock GA
5-19-2014: Construction is to begin by Brock Built on the former Boston Homes site between Fairground and Highway 41 north of Roswell Street. Craftsman style bungalows (2,000-2,500 square feet is planned betweeen $275-325K) and tonhome (1,900-2,100 square feet about $250K).
Meeting Park near the Marietta Square by John Wieland
Mill Creek Preserve off Holly Springs Road in East Cobb by John Wieland
Search for new home communities at this link http://www.atlantacommunities.com/
Also, you may look on one of the Atlanta area builders below to see what properties are under construction or available:
Metro Atlanta Home Builder & Home Design Websites
Here are J.D. Power Ratings of Homebuilders in Atlanta, Georgia Metro Area.
Here is the Atlanta Homebuilders Association website to learn more about home builders
- ASHTON WOODS
- BEAZER HOMES
- BENCHMARK HOMES
- CENTEX HOMES
- D.R.HORTON HOMES
- HEDGEWOOD HOMES
- KB HOMES (Formerly COLONY HOMES)
- MONTE HEWETT HOMES
- PULTE HOMES
- RYLAND HOMES
- TRATON HOMES
- VENTURE HOMES
- JOHN WIELAND HOMES
- NEW HOMES IN METRO AREA – I can represent and make an offer for you on any one of these homes.
- ATLANTA NEW HOME DIRECTORY – NEW HOMES IN THE METRO ATLANTA AREA – I can represent and make an offer for you on any one of these homes.
- HUD Foreclosed Homes – I can represent and make an offer for you on any one of these homes.
- VA Foreclosed Homes – I can represent and make an offer for you on any one of these homes.
This post will be updated as I discover more developments:
11-19-2013: Riverview Landing in Smyrna (near Riverview Road west of I-285 next to Chattahoochee River) – 82 acres, 155 SFHs; 330+ THs; 200 senior units; 160+ Condos; 850 apartments; and 200,000 sq ft of retail space. Note: Local area manufacturers/industrial trucking 4,000 trucks/month on the road and can cause disruption of one or the other and not live harmoniously?
9-5-2013: Apparently John Wieland is taking a shine to the property at Meeting Town off the Marietta Park are (once government housing) that was beginning to be developed but stopped during the 2006-2008 real estate market crash.
9-4-2013: Older news, Brooks Chadwick Capital (developers) is planning to develop 85 single family homes (4,000-5,000 square feet from $600-1,000,000+) and 40 townhomes (2,500-3,000 square feet @ $300,000-500,000 range) on Johnson Ferry Road between Lower Roswell and Paper Mill near the Riverhill Subdivision….
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