Crescent Communities and Pace Lynch on Thursday submitted an initial site plan and request to Peachtree City Council to lift the development moratorium in seeking approvals to develop Calistoa Lake McIntosh.
Following the approval of this initial step, Crescent Communities and Pace Lynch look to break ground by winter 2019.
The completed project would be a mixed-use destination with walkable access to retail, dining and nature, set against Lake McIntosh.
Under the existing zoning for the site, 12 acres along the south side are expected to be preserved for future office development.
In addition to office space, Calistoa Lake McIntosh would offer a residential component “inspired by the modern farmhouse, showcasing historically rooted architecture with modern flair.”
From apartments in five-story elevator buildings to cottages and village single-family homes with front porches, Calistoa offers a mix of for-sale and rental housing for millennials, families and empty-nesters alike.
The Village Green, inspired by “The Hub” on 30A in Fort Walton Beach, will feature restaurants, small shops and outdoor movies on a park with views of Lake McIntosh and Falcon Field.
Pace Lynch and Crescent Communities are currently in preliminary conversations with interested local restaurants and breweries.
Residents will also have the opportunity to take advantage of the Vista Terrace, a two-story amenity building, which will offer a coworking space, coffee bar serving Land of 1000 Hills Coffee, saltwater pool, gym, yoga/stretch room, outdoor grills, communal fire pits, and a pizza oven.