Compass Development Marketing Group this week announced the opening of the Summerhill By Hedgewood sales center as the community — situated amid the Carter redevelopment of the Summerhill neighborhood — reaches the completion of its first phase. Summerhill is the redevelopment of the former Turner Field Olympic stadium and surrounding areas. Encompassing 80 acres, it is adjacent to downtown and Georgia State University and will offer uses including restaurant, retail, and residential, across multiple phases.
“Hedgewood Homes Principals Pam Sessions and Don Donnelly have always taken a nontraditional approach to development, with a strong focus on placemaking,” a spokesperson in an email told What Now Atlanta. “The team responsible for the residential components of Manchester, Glenwood Park, Serenbe, Vickery, downtown Woodstock and Voysey at Alpharetta City Center apply high design, customization, lush landscaping, and a New Urbanism philosophy at an attainable price.”
Summerhill by Hedgewood offers a collection of 100 two-, three- and four-bedroom homes priced from just under $400,000 to over $600,000. The community will have a neighborhood pool, sundeck, and cabana, and each home comes with an on-site gardener.
With Phase I nearing completion, many homeowners’ new homes will be ready for move-in by the end of the year, the spokesperson said. Phase II is being rolled out this month, with new homes being sold and built, and more of the communities’ amenities being added.
“With the opening of the sales center, Compass will welcome prospective homeowners to come and experience what the Summerhill neighborhood has to offer,” the spokesperson said. “They can tour the neighborhood, see the layout of Phase II and Phase I, walk through the custom home plans available, and really get a feel for the community that Summerhill has to offer.”