Brightstar has announced that J5, a luxury condominium community, is slated to open spring of 2019 in Midtown. Located at the corner of Juniper and Fifth, the six-story development will feature 150 homes starting in the low $600s with large terraces, rooftop lounge, pool, gated parking and security. For more information, visit ownJ5.com.
Minerva Homes has begun work on transforming the former Druid Hills United Methodist Church campus into a condo and townhome development called 1200 Ponce. The former sanctuary and school building will be repurposed and complemented by new construction, which will feature flats and townhomes priced from $500,000 to more than $1 million, according to Curbed Atlanta.
Engel & Völkers Buckhead Atlanta earned multiple industry accolades at the 2018 Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association OBIE Awards, receiving six awards including five honoring its marketing of Rockhaven Homes developments Eastland Gates, Park Chase and Brownstones at Cosmopolitan. Engel & Völkers has also announced Shirley Gary as the highest ranked real estate advisor worldwide based on units closed. Gary is ranked number two in sales volume, posting over $260 million in sales volume in 2017, and number five in commission income.
Thrive Homes has announced it will build a new townhome development, Emerson on Krog, near the corner of Edgewood Avenue and Krog Street. The first phase of the community will have 16 townhomes priced from $1 million. According to Curbed Atlanta, the site of the development is the former Jenkins Metal and Supply Company, located just south of Krog Street Market and just steps from the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail.
Harry Norman, Realtors associates have been designated Christie’s International Real Estate Luxury Specialists by Christie’s Education. More than 250 agents from the invitation-only Christie’s International Real Estate network, including Harry Norman associates Amy Bubes, Ashley Webb, Sam Lenaeus, Butch Whitfield, Sara Harper, Marcia Weinhoff, Madeline Sater, Erin Yabroudy, Alex Page, Anthony Acosta and Cindy Parks, met at Christie’s flagship auction house in New York in September for the conference.
Homebuilder and developer Taylor Morrison, has announced a new townhomes community, Townsend at Brookhaven. The gated community will feature 47 open-concept floor plans and boutique amenities, including a fire pit and a pool with a cabana. The community is 2.5 miles from the shopping and dining destination Town Brookhaven. For more information, visit taylormorrison.com.
Atlanta-based apartment investment and development firm Cortland has announced the appointment of Bruce Cohen as senior managing partner of Investments and Strategic Initiatives. Cohen, a Cortland board member for the last four years and an advisor for the past six months, will report directly to Cortland CEO Steven DeFrancis.
GPG Properties, the recently launched investment arm of the Glick Family Porfolio, has closed on Core at Lindbergh Station, a 358-unit contemporary apartment complex on Morosgo Drive in buckhead. The seller was AVR Realty Co. and the purchase price was $84 million. “Core at Lindbergh Station is the last of the three apartment communities we had planned to purchase outside of New York City this year,” says Jason Glick, Managing Partner, GPG Properties. “Our goal was to diversify and build the Glick family portfolio with large multi-family assets in high-growth areas.”
Broadstone Yards, the new West Midtown apartment development, has welcomed its first residents. Located at 1084 Howell Mill Road, the development is comprised of three mid-rise buildings with 251 luxury studio, one- and two-bedroom units with direct pedestrian access to Westside Provisions District. For more information, visit broadstoneyards.com.
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