A new mixed-use project is being planned near SunTrust Park near Smyrna. The 525,000 square foot development is being planned by Westplan Investors.
The exact site is at 2810 Spring Road, which currently homes a strip mall as well as the Emerson Center. The project will be 310 apartments, a 200-room hotel, 65,000 square foot office space, and 11,000 square feet of retail. The plan would annex 5.9 acres of unincorporated Cobb County into Smyrna.
The project plans to break ground in 2018, and be finished completely in 2020. See more of Smyrna development and ongoings here.
The rezoning of 18 new houses in Smyrna has been approved by the Smyrna City Council. The rezoning was approved for three different areas of the city.
One of the areas is at 3380 Pinetree Drive next to Paramount Realty Group. It will be a neighborhood of 13 single-family homes on seven acres. They are proposing a new road to be built as well.
Another part will be Phase Two of the Park Place Subdivision at N. Cooper Lake Road. This will be built by Craftmark Development, and will be three more single-family homes on .7 acres. Park Place Subdivision already has 11 homes.
The last group of homes is at Stephens Street, which will be two homes built by J. Carpenter Homes. Smyrna is growing and growing! You should check it out!
59 single-family detached townhomes will be added to the Belmont development in Smyrna. Instead of a 4 story mixed-use development for independent senior housing, these townhomes were voted by the Smyrna City Council to be built.
David Weekley Homes is the developer for the Belmont Commons and Belmont Cottages townhomes, which is at the corner of Atlanta Road and Belmont Boulevard. The land is 3.3 acres. There will be 17 units per acre, and a three foot separation between the homes.
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The Village of Belmont Commons is a new development near the Shops at Belmont in Smyrna. It features both townhomes and single-family homes around the $330s and up to $440s.
Most of the homes are three levels, and the square footage ranges from 1794 – 2478. Some homes have three bedrooms and 2.5 baths and are two stories, while the largest ones are four bedrooms with 3.5 baths and are three stories.
The Village of Belmont Commons is close to Smyrna Market Village, Tolleson Park, and the Shops at Belmont. Residents who chose to live in this development are districted from Smyrna Elementary School, which is located next to the complex, and Campbell Middle and High School.
The development has a swimming pool and cabana, as well as a dog park. If you would like to go visit one of these homes, click here!
According to REMAX, Smyrna is Metro Atlanta’s hottest hotspot for new homes.
A new report from REMAX says Smyrna was on the list, followed by Chamblee, Cumming, and then Alpharetta in fourth. The rankings were developed by looking at factors like increases in property values and the number of days homes spend on the market as well as surveys of brokers in the area.
Realtor Tom Ash thinks Smyrna should expect to see a boosted population, which will also increase the tax base.
“As far as what it means for Smyrna residents, it’s great because if you’re a Smyrna resident, your property values are increasing,” said Ash. “With the market changing like that in Smyrna, it’s just good for everyone out there. It promotes development and it just brings in new buyers and makes it a hotter market, and that’s good for everyone in Smyrna.”
Smyrna is the hot spot to live in these days! If you’re interested in moving to Smyrna, click here.
For awhile, plans have been in the works for Riverview Landing, a residential space on the Chattahoochee River. The Smyrna City Council approved plans for the development to move forward, at a smaller scale that the original plan of a mini-city from Jamestown Developers.
This development from the Ardent Construction would have 600 residential units, with a mix of 65 single-family houses, 233 townhomes, and 310 units in a mulit-family building. Townhomes will start in 200Ks, and go up to 400K for river-facing units.
The land is currently used as an REI Outdoor School outpost and recreation venue, which will stay put after development of Riverview Landing. The only retail space that could still be built in the development is 3,000 square foot space that may become a coffee shop open to the public eventually.
Construction could begin soon, so be on the lookout!
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