1. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES ADDS THREE NEW HIRES TO ATLANTA OFFICE

    COMPANY CONTINUES GROWTH STREAK IN 2013 FrontDoor Communities is pleased to announce the hiring of three industry veterans: Scott Auer as division construction manager; John Morris as controller; and Mechelle Knight as senior estimator. With the addition of Auer, Morris and Knight, the company’s total new hires for the year is at a record high […]

  2. GOOD PLANNING TRUMPS ALL

    While the urban core offers great walkability, the suburbs are where all the action is taking place. So what’s fueling the growth, and how are homebuilders responding? The suburbs north of Atlantaattract residents because of the great schools and access to growing employment centers and affordability. Cities in the Northern Arc have continued to prosper […]

  3. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES ANNOUNCES NEW CHARLESTON NEIGHBORHOOD

    FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES AND MIDDLE STREET PARTNERS FORM JOINT VENTURE TO DEVELOP FREEMAN’S POINT –  A JAMES ISLAND WATERFRONT COMMUNITY FrontDoor Communities and Middle Street Partners, LLC are partnering in the development of Freeman’s Point – a 42-acre waterfront master planned community within Seaside Plantation on James Island.  FrontDoor continues its expansion throughout the region with […]

  4. FDC NAPLES COMMUNITY WINS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD

    ANDALUCIA WON ‘PRODUCT DESIGN OF THE YEAR’ AT THE RECENT SAND DOLLAR AWARDS SPONSORED BY THE COLLIER BUILDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION. FrontDoor Communities is pleased to announce it has been awarded the 2013 Sand Dollar Awards Product Design of the Year for Andalucia, our development in Naples, FL. FrontDoor accepted the award Sept. 30 at an […]

  5. BEYOND A DEAL: WHY NAPLES IS LURING BUYERS NEAR AND FAR

    We’ve all seen the headlines: “Foreign Buyers Drive the Housing Recovery in Florida,” “Foreigners Scoop Up Florida Property” and dozens more. It’s true that over the past few years, foreign investment in Florida real estate has captured the media’s attention. The National Association of Realtors 2013 Profile of International Home Buying Activity reports that in […]

  6. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES ADDS TOP TALENT TO ITS ATLANTA AND NAPLES OFFICES

    In preparation for new phases of growth, FrontDoor Communities announces the hiring of three key people to its Atlanta and Naples offices: Luis Cuevas as assistant superintendent in the Naples office; Donna Meador as senior purchasing associate in the Atlanta office; and Alison Moats as senior market analyst in the Atlanta office. “As we continue […]

  7. TRADITIONS TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION ON NEW SOUTH FORSYTH COMMUNITY

    HOUSING, SHOPPING COMMUNITY PLANS 90 HOMES IN FIRST PHASE Perry Venable beamed with excitement at a groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 18 of FrontDoor Communities’ first Atlanta-based project. Venable’s 158-acre property, which now is farmland, will be undergoing a huge transformation in the next year as Traditions, a 400-home neighborhood, begins to take form. “I will […]

  8. FDC CEO, TERRY RUSSELL WEIGHS IN ON THE STATE OF THE ATLANTA HOMEBUILDING INDUSTRY

    Residential construction across metro Atlanta is steadily picking up speed, though nowhere close to the pace of several years ago, according to new data from Georgia Power Co. While development permits are the most common way to gauge new construction, Georgia Power has its own measurement — residential meter installations. For all of 2012, Georgia […]

  9. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES BREAKS GROUND ON TRADITIONS IN SOUTH FORSYTH COUNTY

    RESIDENTAIL COMMUNITY TO BRING HUNDREDS OF JOBS TO LOCAL COMMUNITY At a groundbreaking event yesterday, September 18, 2013, FrontDoor Communities celebrated with some 40 guests and supporters to kick off the company’s inaugural project in Atlanta. Traditions, a 400+ home neighborhood on 158 acres in south Forsyth County, is the largest land acquisition in metro […]

  10. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES’ FORSYTH PROJECT FIRST FORAY INTO ATLANTA

    RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPER BREAKS GROUND ON 158-ACRE TRADITIONS FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – FrontDoor Communities broke ground Sept. 18 on its 158-acre south Forsyth County venture, where the company will develop its first Georgia project – a $178 million community called Traditions with 420 homes. FrontDoor is a comparatively new development company, but it was started by […]