Real Estate Briefs: Atlanta Home Show returns & more

Courtesy Atlanta Home Show.
Courtesy Atlanta Home Show.

The Spring Atlanta Home Show returns to the Cobb Galleria Centre March 18-20. The annual event will bring together over 350 experts in the home remodeling and landscaping industries to showcase the latest products and services designed to remodel, repair and refresh homes of all sizes and styles. The show offers attendees one-stop shopping for everything from the roof to the basement, and from interiors to landscapes, as well as live radio broadcasts, presentations from guest speakers on a variety of subjects. Visit AtlantaHomeShow.com for the complete speaker schedule.

Ground has been broke for the new Post Centennial Park apartments in the heart of Downtown. The property, located at 340 Centennial Olympic Park Drive, will have more than 400 new multifamily units and 44 workforce units available when it is completed in 2018. Post Centennial Park is the first apartment property for families and young professionals built in Downtown in the past 20 years, according to a statement from the city.

Batson-Cook Construction ceremonially topped-out Atlantic House in February, meaning the 32nd floor of the 32-floor, 407-unit luxury mixed-use tower on the corner of 14th and West Peachtree streets in the heart of Midtown has been reached. The high-rise from Novare Group will be finished in late summer and leasing for the apartments will begin this month. Atlantic House will feature two roof-top pools, fitness center, clubroom, business center and outdoor patio space as well as a grilling area, tennis court and dog park on top of the attached parking garage. The project will have 13,124 square feet of retail along 14th and West Peachtree streets.

RocaPoint Partners has announced plans to build more than 300 homes on 17 acres in Grant Park/Boulevard Heights with direct access to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Southeast Trail. The brownfield property at the southeast corner of Confederate and Avondale avenues will be cleaned up transformed into a new block of 320 homes. The property will be directly connected to Beltline’s Southeast Trail via an approved trail spur. Phase 1 of the development will be 120 townhomes built by Edward Andrews Homes. Construction is expected to begin this summer. Phase 2 will have 200 apartments and a three-acre greenspace. An exact timeline hasn’t been set for the second phase because of rendition work to clean up the blighted property.

Wes Vawter marked his 30th anniversary of real estate leadership with a record $1.575 billion in sales. Vawter, a founding partner of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, established his own brand, the Vawter Group, 15 years ago with special permission from the company.

 

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