Written: August 17, 2017

190-home subdivision proposed in Gwinnett County

A new 190-home residential development is proposed in eastern Gwinnett County.

MF Georgia 1 LLC wants to build the project on 110 acres on Ewing Chapel Road south of Brooks Road, according to plans filed with the county.

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DR Horton pays $5 million for next phase of formerly stalled development

Here’s another sign the suburban Atlanta housing market is back on its feet.

DR Horton is starting the next phase of a 90-acre Gwinnett County housing development that had stalled during the Great Recession and went back to its lender.

The expansion could add another 150 homes to the Mill Creek area, a sprawling network of housing and schools between Suwanee, Buford and Braselton.

DR Horton already owned the first phase of the project, known as Lakeview at Hamilton Mill. Developing the next phase, or about 35 acres, could bring the entire project to 230 homes.

Earlier this summer, it paid $5.1 million to acquire and develop the remainder of the site at Interstate 85 and Doc Hughes Road, according to Gwinnett County property records.

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73-townhome development proposed in Brookhaven

A 54-year-old apartment complex just off Buford Highway in Brookhaven could make way for a brand new townhome development.

The Ardent Companies LLC is proposing to redevelop the Park Villa Apartment complex at 2069 Coosawattee Drive in Brookhaven into 73 townhomes. The developer says in a filing with the city of Brookhaven that the 92 existing rental units, built in 1963 and occupying 6.3 acres in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of Coosawattee Drive and Cliff Valley Way, are functionally obsolete.

The new townhomes would be three stories with facades of brick, stone or siding, and contain 2,200 to 2,800 square feet and have two-car garages.

The project is scheduled to go before the city of Brookhaven’s zoning board of appeals on May 17.

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Assembly developer: Project to break ground this quarter

After months of silence, the redevelopment of the Doraville General Motors plant is moving forward and is slated to break ground by the end of the first quarter.

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UPS to invest $400 million, create 1,250 jobs at Atlanta logistics hub

United Parcel Service Inc. (NYSE: UPS) will invest $400 million and create about 1,250 jobs at a new logistics hub near Charlie-Brown Airport on the city’s Westside.

Gov. Nathan Deal and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced the corporate expansion Thursday morning.

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AT&T Offers The Worst Service In The Industry

Anyone want to go in on a class action lawsuit against this garbage?

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Ivanka, Tiffany Trump campaign in Georgia

Ivanka and Tiffany Trump hit the campaign trail together on Wednesday afternoon in Georgia, where they spoke with GOP volunteers and businesswomen.

First on the itinerary was the Cobb County Republican Headquarters in Marietta, where Ivanka described her father as an ‘amazing man,’ according to a report in the Daily Mail.

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