New Smyrna Neighborhood Approved

smyrna-epic-homesA new Smyrna subdivision was approved by the City Council. The builder, Epic Homes, will build the neighborhood of 15 homes on Concord Road and Old Concord Road.

The total acreage is 4.2 acres. Cobb County will keep 9,000 square feet that will become a park at the intersection of Old Corner Road and Concord Road.

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Garden & Gun Magazine Opening Club at the Battery

smyrna-Garden-Gun-Club-The-Battery1Garden & Gun Magazine is opening a “cocktail and social club” at the Battery near SunTrust Stadium near Smyrna/Vinings. The restaurant, which should open this spring and will offer lunch, dinner, coffee, and cocktails.

The Garden & Gun Club will be between Antico Pizza and C. Ellet’s Steakhouse, next to the Plaza.

The space will be a 1,780 square feet space. The exact address was 2605 Circle 75 Parkway. For more info on Smyrna and Vinings, click here!smyrna-Garden-Gun-Club-The-Battery

Smyrna Hosting Public Engagement Session for Residents with Disabilities

matt-artz-418487.jpgThe City of Smyrna is hosting a Public Engagement Session for Residents with Disabilities on Tuesday, January 23.

Members of Smyrna City staff and some elected officials are seeking input from their residents about recreational programming needs of disabled residents and their families. The City wants to know what can be done to make sure the Smyrna facilities, programs, and community are inclusive to all.

Friends and families of disabled persons, and disabled persons themselves, are invited to coming give feedback. For more info about living in Smyrna, click here!

What: Public Engagement Session for Residents with Disabilities

When: Tuesday, January 23
             6:30 – 8pm

Where: Smyrna Community Center – Magnolia Room
               200 Village Green Circle
               Smyrna, Ga 30080


Smyrna City Council Approves Bell Drive Townhomes

smyrna-bell-drNew townhomes on Bell Drive in Smyrna will be built soon. The land is almost five acres, and there will be 59 townhomes with 12.5 units per acre.

The current property on the west side of the street has 10 single-family homes right now.

The square footage ranges from 1,800 to 3,000 and the price points will range from $300,00 to $400,000. The Smyrna City Council approved the plan on November 20.

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Mixed-Use Development Coming Near Spring Road in Smyrna

smyrna-wesplan-mixed-use-developmentA 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.


Smyrna Approves Three New Neighborhoods

Smyrna-JenniferPhoto12.jpgThe 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!

New David Weekley Townhomes to be Built at Belmont

smyrna-belmont1.jpg59 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.

For more information about Belmont, click here. For info about Smyrna, click here!