Lake Villages Project


Development Plan


Build 23 New Construction Town Homes starting in low $300,000s with Buyer selected finishes and upgrades. This Townhome product will be approximately 20’ width with an average of 1,700 living sqft and 750 sqft footprint. 3-bedroom 3.5 Bath floor plan.

13 Units have a PD-H Zoning with Land Disturbance Permit (LDP) Obtained; 10 Units recently rezoned to PD-H and currently under plan review with the City of Atlanta for LDP approval.

The plan is to make sensible environmental friendly improvements to the land to compliment the quality of homes.

Why This Area

  • Brings revenue/income growth to the community
  • Adds value to the Southwest Atlanta Community & Positive Development to the neighbors of 30311
  • Drives more Real Estate development to the community
  • Will increase property value in the area, and drive businesses to the area
  • Supports current projects like Ft McPherson/Tyler Perry, Aerotropolis, etc
  • Access to Marta & Westside Beltline
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Who Are The Buyers?

  • A mixture of mid-level, and high-level professionals in the surrounding Southwest Community looking for quality new construction, while maintaining living on their preferred side of town
  • Buyers will come from the Smyrna, Mableton, Austell, 30311, and Camp Creek areas (West, Northwest, and Southwest)
  • Millennial Buyers will be attracted to this area, because of the increased demand to live in growth/development areas
  • Empty Nesters looking to downsize into a quality Development with very little to no maintenance required

Additional Development Happening in the Area

  • Hawthorne Villages of East Point - 65 New Construction Single Family Homes
  • New Construction Traditional Townhomes next to 1745 Lake Ave
  • Tyler Perry Entertainment Studios and Development Plans
  • Fort McPherson Development Live, Work, Play Plans
  • Recently acquired Commercial Retail space by Tyler Perry partners across the street (on Stanton Ave)
  • Plans for a new School in the Are

What are the Environmental Benefits?

  • Ensure Storm Water Management compliant with State buffer requirements.
  • Creating low tech detention facilities, integrated with site grading improvements, which will both treat storm water runoff for water quality, and reduce flooding potential downstream.
  • Developing a common Green space amenity which will preserve much of the forest like area/trees.
  • Find ways to build a Eco-Friendly development to preserve energy where it is cost effectively possible.