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Marketing efforts for Underground Atlanta’s ‘Block One’ are ramping up

UA Block One

The redevelopment of Underground Atlanta promises to play a key role in a transformation underway downtown, and the project’s developer, WRS, is teasing plans for the next phase of the complex’s revival.

“Block One,” the roughly 2-acre site enveloped by Peachtree Street, Alabama Street, Central Avenue, and Wall Street, is slated to see increased density, new residences, retail, and hotel space during its “transit-oriented” overhaul.

Leaders of the multiphase venture are sounding as confident as ever.

JLL recently joined the project, tasked with bringing development partners on board for Block One’s vertical construction, which will likely yield an apartment tower, a hotel tower, retail and (maybe) office space, and “limited parking,” according to JLL.

The group expects the finished product to attract international attention because of its primo location and access to transportation options.

“Being adjacent to the Five Points MARTA Station makes for the most compelling TOD (Transit Oriented Development) project in the City of Atlanta. Nowhere else can you travel North, South, East or West on MARTA,” said JLL’s Mark Lindenbaum, according to a press release.

Elsewhere intown, JLL has helped out with Georgia Power’s 760 Ralph McGill Boulevard sale to New City Properties and Sotherly Hotels’s 693 Peachtree sale to JPX Works for the lilli Midtown project, among other deals.

“Downtown Atlanta has seen unprecedented investment over the past several years, positioning the neighborhood to continue its evolution into one of the most dynamic in the city,” said Scott Cullen, another JLL rep.

Project spokespeople did not respond to an email asking if JLL had secured any tenants for Underground as of late. We’ll update with any new information that comes.

In the meantime, below are renderings for another in-development Underground section—Block 3—released earlier this year.

S9 Architecture

This story has been updated to clarify that WRS has not announced any new tenants as of late, although some are expected to be debuted in coming months, as well as to clarify that JLL is not the property manager, but rather a broker and tasked with finding development partners for Block One.

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Calhoun County plane crash victim was ‘a rising star’

Stefanie Fasselin was remembered for her nine years with Delta Airlines.

Delta Airlines paid tribute today to a woman who died Saturday night in a plane crash in Calhoun County.

Stefanie Fasselin, 27, of Peachtree City, Ga., was killed when a private, single-engine Beech BE-35 crashed in the Whites Gap area near Scotty Lane around Jacksonville about 8:05 p.m. Fasselin was a passenger on the plane, piloted by her father, who was injured.

The father’s name has not been released, and his condition is unavailable. He was carried to Huntsville Hospital.

The crash, which apparently happened after the plane developed engine trouble, is currently under investigation. According to National Transportation Safety Board Spokesman Keith Holloway, the pilot/owner was flying from Hartselle to Peachtree City, Ga. on a visual flight rules trip. At 5,500 feet, he reported engine problems and turned the aircraft in a northwesterly heading before performing a forced landing.

The plane collided with trees, then the ground. A fire that erupted from the crash consumed about 80 percent of the wreckage, he said.

"The wreckage is in the process of being recovered and sent to Griffin, Ga.," Holloway said.

NTSB investigating crash of a BE-33/A airplane in Jacksonville, AL.

— NTSB_Newsroom (@NTSB_Newsroom) May 13, 2018

Fasselin was a graduate of Brigham Young University and held an MBA from the University of Georgia. She had previously worked in Utah and began with Delta Airlines in 2009, working her way up from customer service to becoming a communications manager.

Her father, as well as her husband, worked for the company, according to Delta.

"The Delta family is heartbroken to hear of the passing of one of its own. Stefanie was a rising star and an integral part of our team at the Atlanta airport, managing communications and employee engagement," the company said in a statement. "She will be missed by all that knew her. Our deepest condolences are with her father and husband, who are also members of the Delta family, as well as all of her loved ones during this difficult time."

This post was updated at 3:39 p.m. May 14 to add additional information from the NTSB.

Sen. Doug Jones ( file)

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Property Details for 3060 Smith Ridge Trce

3060 Smith Ridge Trce, Peachtree City, GA 30071
3060 Smith Ridge Trce, Peachtree City, GA 30071
Property Features
Upper Bedrooms: 3
Baths Full: 2
Baths Half: 1 Main Half Baths: 1 Upper Full Baths: 2
Dining Room Desc: Separate Dng Rm

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Property History for 3060 Smith Ridge Trce
Year Taxes Land Additions Total Assessment 2017 Price Not Available $12,000 + $63,400 = $75,400 2016 $2,596 $12,000 + $63,400 = $75,400 2015 $2,329 $12,000 + $54,920 = $66,920

The price and tax history data displayed is obtained from public records and/or MLS feeds from the local jurisdiction. Contact your REALTOR® directly in order to obtain the most up-to-date information available.

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Autonomous Vehicle Test Track To Launch In Peachtree Corners

PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA – Technology Park has long been known as the cradle of technology in the metro area. Now Technology Parkway, the main thoroughfare through the 500-acre park, is about to be retrofitted to become the testing site for an autonomous vehicle project.

At its Tuesday night meeting City Council took its first steps into the driverless age by adopting a resolution approving $2 million for the Autonomous Vehicle Project. Technology Parkway was selected as the ideal setting for its relative ease in reconfiguring an existing roadway to allow both passenger cars and autonomous vehicles to safely co-exist with minimal disruption.

"The goal for this project is economic development that is centered around future technology," said Mayor Mike Mason. "The city’s startup incubator, Prototype Prime, will be a catalyst in attracting ancillary companies by offering a testing site for new AV related technology."

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Prototype Prime, which is located on Technology Parkway, will be collaborating with the project by launching an Advanced Vehicle Accelerator to foster collaboration among companies within the advanced vehicle ecosystem. It will be partnering with Tech Connect Hub, which will assist in matching research and startup communities with corporate partners.

"The economic implications of investing in advanced vehicle technology is far reaching," said Sanjay Parekh, Prototype Prime’s executive director. "Self-driving vehicles will eventually employ sensors, cameras, radar, high-performance GPS, light detection and ranging (LIDAR), artificial intelligence undoubtedly attracting new and existing AV companies to Peachtree Corners and surrounding areas."

The autonomous vehicle will function as a driverless shuttle that will be installed along Technology Parkway and will run on a designed lane along the 1.4-mile road. The project, titled Programmed Autonomous Vehicle Environment (PAVE), will provide a test track for street-level transportation innovations to accommodate cutting-edge vehicle technology.

Peachtree Corners has already shown its commitment to multi-model transportation by previously committing significant resources to other enhancements such as sidewalks, bicycle paths, electric vehicle stations and multi-use trails.

"Peachtree Corners is a creative, tech-savvy city," said Mayor Mike Mason. "Implementing this project also proves that smaller cities can move quickly and are more nimble in responding to opportunities such as the launch of our autonomous vehicle project. As we grow, we will always be exploring and investing in more ways for improving economic development for our city."

Photos and graphics courtesy City of Peachtree Corners

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October Real Estate Market Update for Peachtree Corners

There were 23 homes sold in October 2012. In October 2011 there were 17 homes sold. Year to date in The City of Peachtree Corners 255 homes have sold compared to 177 for the same period of 2011. This represents over 30 percent more homes sold this year.

There are 53 homes under contract in various stages waiting to close. This is another excellent sign that we are on the road to recovery.

The average price of a home that sold in October, 2011 in the area which is now The City of Peachtree Corners was $283,620. The average price of a home that sold in October, 2012 was $276,114 in The City of Peachtree Corners. This shows a drop in price but this is a small sampling so one home could move the average significantly.

There is still plenty of inventory. There are 96 homes on the market which is a four-month supply.

This information was obtained in part from the First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS) which is not responsible for its accuracy.

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New on the market this week in Peachtree Corners: 3685 Creekstone Place

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Peachtree City prepares for 1,329 new residences

A new map detailing the emerging landscape known as Wilksmoor Village on Peachtree City’s northwest side has been provided by the city’s planning department. The map gives a breakdown of both new and existing subdivisions and the route of the MacDuff Parkway extension and the link to North Kedron Drive at Ga. Highway 74.

The three subdivisions approved for construction total 1,329 units. Existing subdivisions, including one apartment complex, have a total of 1,454 units. In total, Wilksmoor — the city’s newest village — will eventually have 2,783 units.

[The pdf file of the full-size map is available for download at the bottom of this story.]

To date, there is one way to access the existing south side of Wilksmoor, that being MacDuff Parkway at Ga. Highway 54 West. Once constructed, a second point of access will be at North Kedron Drive along Ga. Highway 74 after MacDuff Parkway is extended to connect to Kedron Drive and a bridge is constructed over the CSX Railroad tracks adjacent to Senoia Road.

Approved but not yet under construction are three new subdivisions on the north side of Wilksmoor Village. Those include:

• Cresswind subdivision (Kolter Homes) with 650 age-restricted units for persons 55 and up.

• Everton subdivision (Wieland Homes) with 204 age-targeted units that have no age restriction.

• Legacy subdivision (Wieland Homes) with 475 units.

Potential plans call for a tunnel under the parkway situated a short distance from the existing north side of MacDuff.

Also situated in Wilksmoor Village, and located in the area adjacent to and on the west side of the CSX Railroad line is approximately 13 areas of industrial-zoned property. One of those tracts, of approximately 6.4 acres, is being proposed as the site of Massana Construction. The Massana property is located adjacent and to the south of the MacDuff Parkway extension while a tract of similar size is located immediately north of the future parkway.

The existing parkway is approximately one mile in length and ends at the Chadsworth and Centennial subdivisions. Once complete, MacDuff Parkway will extend approximately three miles.

The developers of Cresswind and Everton were given recent City Council approval to have up to 100 certificates of occupancy each before the parkway and bridge over the CSX line are completed.

That might be easier to accomplish for Overton since the south side of the subdivision is close to the current ending point of the parkway. But that is not the case for Cresswind which is situated further to the north.

Once the parkway and bridge permits are in-hand, developers have 14 months to complete the two projects along with the installation of water and sewer lines.

Senior Planner David Rast said Brent Scarbrough and Company is expected to grade and construct the MacDuff Parkway extension. City engineering staff is currently reviewing the parkway construction plans, Rast said.

Pertaining to the railroad bridge immediately to the west of Senoia Road, Rast said CSX has been in possession of the bridge plans for more than a year. He said discussions with CSX are underway to finalize the details for the bridge. It is not immediately known how much time will be required for CSX to give final approval of the bridge project.

There is also an issue with a small section of land consisting of less than an acre on the east side of Senoia Road in the vicinity of Kedron Drive. City attorney Ted Meeker said though the city owns the property, there is some potential for litigation on the issue due to discrepancies relating to the former owner of the property.

Wilksmoor is the city’s sixth village, according to the official city map. The others are Aberdeen, Glenloch, Braelinn, Kedron and the city’s industrial park.

There are a number of existing residential developments on the south side of Wilksmoor. Those include:

• Centennial subdivision with 350 units.

• Camden apartments with 399 units.

• Chadsworth subdivision with 86 units.

• Wynnmeade subdivision with 401 units.

• Cedarcroft subdivision with 218 units.

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Peachtree Corners Earns 3rd ‘Tree City USA’ Recognition

PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA – During a recent State Arbor Day celebration, Peachtree Corners was honored for the third year in a row at Trees Atlanta for being one of the state’s "Tree City USA" communities. Peachtree Corners (incorporated July 1, 2012) was among 34 cities in Georgia recognized on February 15 for its commitment to caring for and managing its public trees. Residents Lorrie Backer and Hilary Wilson represented the city during the event.

"It is, indeed, an honor that Peachtree Corners has been recognized for a third consecutive year," said Mayor Mike Mason. "Our citizens who make up the city’s Green Committee are to be commended for their efforts."

Tree City USA provides the framework for community forestry management for cities and towns across America that meet certain requirements including:

• Establishing a tree board or department
• Establishing a community tree ordinance
• Meeting specific spending levels for urban forestry
• Planning an Arbor Day Celebration

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"Trees connect all of us," said Georgia Forestry Commission Director Chuck Williams. "Trees clean our air, filter our water, spur economic growth and provide countless opportunities to enjoy recreation, contributing to a better quality of life. Citizens in Tree Cities USA can be proud of their community leaders’ commitment to trees and forested land – on Arbor Day and every other day of the year," William said.

The event also recognized Tree Campus USA colleges and Tree Line USA utilities. There are 150 Tree City USAs in Georgia and nationwide there are more than 3,400 Tree City USA communities. Visit for more information about the Georgia Forestry Commission. And for more on the Arbor Day Foundation, visit This year the City of Peachtree Corners will celebrate Arbor Day on April 27 at Pinckneyville Middle School during an after-school event.

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Recycle, Shredding Event April 14 For Peachtree Corners Residents

PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA — A free electronics recycling and paper shredding event will take place at the Peachtree Corners City Hall at 310 Technology Parkway on Saturday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Residents of Peachtree Corners are invited to recycle electronics and shred unwanted documents. The city has hired Proshred and eWaste-ePlanet for the event. This event is open to Peachtree Corners residents only.

Residents are limited to five (5) medium-size boxes of paper materials. Most electronics are free to recycle. LCD flat screen monitors are free to recycle. There is a fee for CRT (large-backed, heavy monitors or televisions) of .40 per pound. E-waste staff will weigh the devices and collect payment directly. Cash or checks are accepted.


Personal Computers Laptops Modems
Floppy/Disk Drives Printers UPS Batteries
CD-Roms Fax Machines Cell Phones
Circuit Boards Copiers Phones
PC Power Supplies Music/VCR/CD-Players Scanners
Keyboards Typewriters Wire/Cabling
Mouse/Mice Test Equipment Wire/Cabling Servers
PC Monitors Networking Equipment

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Shredding Guidelines:

OK to Shred:

Anything made of paper. No need to remove:StaplesPaper clipsBinder clipsHanging folders (with metal strips)Manila foldersPaper board legal bindersSpiral notebook bindersThin plastic sheet protectorsBooks

Cannot shred:

Must remove (in advance):3-ring bindersX-RaysPlastic (such as CD cases or plastic folders)Office supplies (pens, staplers, etc.)Computer cablesCell phonesBatteries (combustible)Food or other garbage

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Construction begins for millennial-aimed Peachtree Corners apartment complex

Peachtree Corners officials released this illustration of what the clubhouse pool at the Echo Lakeside apartment community will look like. Construction of the luxury apartment complex, which is intended to appeal to millennials, kicked off this week and is expected to be finished by next summer. (Photo: Peachtree Corners/Niles Bolton Associates)

Peachtree Corners is getting a new luxury apartment community that is designed to appeal to millennials.

The new Echo Lakeside community will be located in Technology Park Atlanta area, taking its name from the two adjoining lakes that it will sit on. Once completed, it will offer 295 one and two bedroom units that are expected to fall in the $1,000 to $1,900 price range.

“Echo Lakeside is an important investment for our city in terms of livability for our millennial workforce, many of which hold technology-based jobs in Technology Park and surrounding office parks,” Mayor Mike Mason said in a statement. “The convenience of nearby residential rental space will ensure that the city continues drawing a dynamic workforce to fill these important positions.”

Peachtree Corners and Brand Properties officials broke ground on the development on Thursday, and the city has announced the residential community is expected to be open by next summer. The complex, which Brand Properties is developing, will be located on 14 acres at 510 Guthridge Court, which is off Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Reps Miller Road.

The development is expected to have a number of features ranging from traditional apartment complex amenities, such as a clubhouse, fitness center and pool, to some less traditional offerings, including as a cyber cafe and an Uber lobby. It’s location on the lakes will provide it with a boat dock, a dog park, hiking and biking trails and, of course, lake access.

The apartments themselves are expected to have stainless steel appliances, 9-foot ceilings and designer cabinetry.

“We are thrilled to bring Echo Lakeside to Peachtree Corners,” Brand Properties CEO Brand Morgan said in a statement. “We think the serenity of the surroundings, coupled with the high-end amenities will make Echo Lakeside the community of choice for the growing job market.”

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48. Peachtree City, GA

Peachtree City, GA

Top 50 rank: 48

Population: 34,889

In this verdant Atlanta suburb, you’ll find teens and seniors alike zipping through neighborhoods in golf carts. The town has 35,000 residents, 10,000 golf carts, and more than 90 miles of trails that weave through lakes, baseball fields, a BMX park, and an amphitheater.

Despite lacking a true town center, Peachtree City is a fixture on the Best Places list, thanks to low unemployment, high test scores, and employers such as TDK and Panasonic. –S.M.

Median family income (per year) $103,951 Job growth % (2010-2012) 9.25% Median home price (2012) $225,900 Reading test scores (% above/below average) 9.2% Math test scores (% above/below average) 25.3% Personal crime incidents (per 1,000) 0 Property crime incidents (per 1,000) 13
Financials Median family income (per year) $103,951 Family purchasing power (annual, cost-of-living adjusted) $107,023 Sales tax 6.00% State income tax rate (highest bracket) 6.00%I State income tax rate (lowest bracket) 1.00%I Auto insurance premiums (Average price quotes, for the state) $1,830 Job growth % (2010-2012) 9.25%
Housing Median home price (2012) $225,900 Average property taxes (2011) $3,177
Education Colleges, universities and professional schools (within 30 miles) 23 Reading test scores (% above/below state average) 9.2% Test scores math (% above/below average) 25.3% % students attending public/private schools (located within town limits) 95.3/4.7
Quality of life Air quality index* (% of days AQI ranked as good) N.A. Personal crime incidents (per 1,000) 0 Property crime incidents (per 1,000) 13 Median commute time (in minutes) 26.1 % population with commute 45 mins. or longer 24.6% % population walk or bike to work 3.8%
Leisure and culture Movie theaters (within 15 miles) 8 Restaurants (within 15 miles) 643 Bars (within 15 miles) 29 Public golf courses (within 30 miles) 67 Libraries (within 15 miles) 13 Museums (accredited by AAM; within 30 miles) 3 Ski resorts (within 100 miles) N.A. Arts funding (Dollars per person of state funds spent on arts) 0.3
Weather Annual rainfall (inches) 50.2 % clear days in the area 59% High temp in July ° F 88.9° Low temp in Jan ° F 30.6°
Meet the neighbors Median age 41.7 Completed at least some college (% of residents) 78.4% Married % 62.8% Divorced % 7.3% Racial diversity index (100 is national average; higher numbers indicate greater diversity) 78.2

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