After a number of delays that included a wetter than usual summer, and a utility company holding up construction, the 16-home subdivision on Bush Road is underway once more.
"We're getting much closer," said Matt Rhule, with Re/Max Alliance, the company that is marketing Peachtree Reserve, the planned gated community located in Peachtree Corners. Developers first broke ground in December 2012 on the 10-acre tract.
When Patch spoke with Rhule on Friday he said they expected asphalt to be delivered on Monday and would be able to start construction on two to three homes when that was complete.
"The city of Peachtree Corners would not let us begin the houses until the asphalt was down," explained Rhule.
But before asphalt could be poured, the developers had to wait on Comcast for several months to remove its lines from a large utility pole so that it could be removed before construction could continue said Rhule.
Developers first broke ground in December 2012 on the tony development.
Rhule said the homes will range from 4,000 - 4,800 square feet in size and priced in the high $600,000s and up.
He said subdivision sign should be erected on the property shortly.