FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES BREAKS GROUND ON TWO ATLANTA AREA COMMUNITIES
PROVIDENCE AND COPPERLEAF GARNER TREMENDOUS INTEREST AHEAD OF CONSTRUCTION
FrontDoor Communities has broken ground on two new projects in the Atlanta metro area – Providence, located in Roswell, and CopperLeaf, in West Cobb. These projects further expand the Georgia presence for FrontDoor, which now has three communities in the region.
“We are very proud to offer these communities in the metro Atlanta market that emphasize our top priority of building better homes through quality design,” said Eric White, division vice president of FrontDoor Communities. “Both projects will reflect FrontDoor’s signature architectural style by incorporating unique, local design elements.”
Phase II of Providence is located in the heart of the popular Historic Roswell area. Anticipation is high for Phase II, which will include 13 townhomes and three-single family homes. Even before breaking ground, the waiting list for potential homebuyers is extensive. Home prices will be released in April and are anticipated to begin in the low $600,000’s.
There has also been significant interest in CopperLeaf, located off Stilesboro Road in West Cobb County. CopperLeaf will consist of 24 single-family homes ranging from 2,800 to 4,000 square feet. Prices are expected to start in the low $400,000’s.
“The interest that we’re seeing in our projects this year is tremendous,” White said. “As awareness of our signature design style and focus on quality grows, we expect this heightened interest to continue.”
Homeowners at Providence will have the opportunity to work with award-winning interior designer Jennifer Crosby with Crosby Design Group to customize their home’s fixtures and details. Crosby will also provide design services for the community’s model home.
The concept behind Providence is to incorporate traditional features with the conveniences and safety of a modern home. FrontDoor will institute its “Go Local” program at Providence, utilizing the work of local artisans and craftspeople into the design of the homes. The program has been a great success in supporting local businesses at other FrontDoor projects.
To learn more about Providence and CopperLeaf, visit http://www.frontdoorcommunities.com/.