The City of Peachtree Corners has two new developments currently in the early construction stages, a senior living center on Spalding Drive and a new subdivision on Bush Road.
Work on the Noble Village at Spalding, a residential development for people 55 and over, continues. The owners are in the process of clearing the 10-acre site where Faith Life Church once stood.
The owners are waiting for additional permitting from Gwinnett County which is handling the permitting for the City of Peachtree Corners until the city eventually takes over that process.
Tammy McGrady, director of operations for Noble Village said the company is "working to get marketing material printed" and expects to have that available soon.
"We can't wait for the building to start," said McGrady who added there will also be an official ground breaking ceremony. The date has not yet been set. Anyone interested in learning more, may call 770-416-0502.
And on Bush Road, a 16-home development called Peachtree Reserve is underway. Matt Rhule, with Re/Max Alliance is marketing the property. Rhule said he expects the crews to arrive this week to begin clearing the 10-acre property.
Rhule said Gwinnett Department of Transportation "took an additional 10 feet for right of way on Bush Road" which he said required the developer to alter the landscaping treatment around the retention pond near the road. That also held up the work to get the land cleared.
Re/Max Alliance's office is located in Duluth, for more information on the development contact Rhule via email or by phone: 678-522-5060.
Read more on these two developments:
- New Developer Takes Over Bush Road Project
- A Look At Plans for Noble Village at Spalding