1. 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 […]

  2. 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 […]

  3. 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 […]

  4. 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 […]

  5. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES JOINS THE BEACH COMPANY AT WATERMARK

    The Beach Company is pleased to announce the addition of a new homebuilder in Watermark. FrontDoor Communities is a renowned leader among builders in the Southeast. The seasoned FrontDoor team has over 45 years of combined experience and specializes in energy-efficient homes that are thoughtfully designed to accommodate families of all sizes. Located in the […]

  6. HOME CONSTRUCTION BOOMS

    SHORTAGE OF EXISTING HOUSES IN KEY AREAS DRIVES UPTICK. BUILDERS PLANNING BIG COMMUNITIES AGAIN. With too-few resale homes available, particularly in high-demand areas of metro Atlanta, the only solution for someone who wants a new house may be to build one. While it remains hard to find existing homes for sale, even as buyer demand […]

  7. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES’ MICHAEL PHILLIPS CHOSEN FOR ULI CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP

    FrontDoor Communities announced today that Michael Phillips, FrontDoor marketing manager, has been chosen to participate in the Urban Land Institute’s Center for Leadership. The nine-month program provides resources and skills for emerging leaders in the Atlanta real estate and land use industries. “This honor demonstrates that Michael is a rising star in our industry,” said […]

  8. FRONTDOOR COMMUNITIES MAKES LARGEST RESIDENTIAL LAND ACQUISITION IN ATLANTA IN 7 YEARS

    NEW DEVELOPMENT WILL MARK FRONTDOOR’S ENTRY INTO METRO ATLANTA FrontDoor Communities has closed on 158 acres in south Forsyth County, with plans to develop its first Georgia project: a community known as Traditions with more than 400 homes. The transaction marks the largest residential community land acquisition in metro Atlanta in seven years — a […]

  9. TRIBUTARY DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCES PHASE 2

    INTERESTED BUYERS MAY RESERVE LOTS NOW FOR DESIGN-INFLUENCED HOMES PRICED IN THE HIGH 300s (MOUNT PLEASANT, SC) First-phase sales at the new Tributary community in RiverTowne Country Club have been so strong, the developer, FrontDoor Communities plans to release Phase 2 lots later this month. Reservations are currently being taken for 23 new lots, 15 […]

  10. PRIVATE EQUITY’S ROLE IN THE HOUSING RECOVERY

    Look around the city of Atlanta today, and you’ll probably see indicators that the housing market is on the rebound. Inside The Perimeter and out, dirt is moving and builders are building. According to data released in May by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, residential construction rose 7.0 […]