Lennar Atlanta Offers a Variety of Communities Throughout Forsyth County
Family-friendly Forsyth Focuses on Wellness, Healthy Growth
Forsyth County, approximately 40 miles northeast of Atlanta, is one of the most desirable spots in the greater metropolitan Atlanta area to grow a family – and that’s why Lennar Atlanta continues to build beautiful new family homes throughout this county. When it comes to new Lennar Atlanta homes for sale in Forsyth County, Georgia, homebuyers can expect solid inventory and affordable pricing.
Here is the current list of family-friendly Lennar Atlanta communities in Forsyth County today:
- Bridgehampton (Alpharetta)
- Danbury Farms (Cumming)
- Dogwood Park (Cumming)
- Fieldstone Preserve (Cumming)
- Harrison Park (Cumming)
- Lake Point at Johns Creek (Suwanee)
- Shiloh Woods (Cumming)
- The Reserve at Settles Bridge (Suwanee)
- The Townes at Bridgehampton (Alpharetta)
- Wildbrooke (Cumming)
And coming soon, in July 2015, Blackstone will host its model grand opening (Cumming)
According to recent data released by the U.S. Census Bureau, Forsyth County is the second fastest growing county in Georgia; its population grew 4.6 percent between July 1, 2013 and July 1, 2014. In 2014, Forsyth’s total population topped 204,000 people.
Forsyth County was recently recognized as the “Healthiest County in Georgia” for the third year in a row. This ranking, compiled by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, gauges the health of nearly every county in the nation by comparing 30 different factors that influence health, including education, housing, financial security, violent crime, jobs, diet and exercise.
This focus on wellness is also attractive to businesses that may be considering to relocate to Forsyth County, adding to the healthy economic environment.
Focus on wellness
By living here, the residents of Forsyth County select – and are encouraged to live – a healthy lifestyle: they have access to good health care as well as an outstanding collection of parks and recreational areas where they can be active, have fun and exercise year-round.
The top draw of the area is Lake Lanier, a 37,000-acre man-made lake created by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, perfect for fishing, boating, camping, water skiing and swimming. About a third of the Lake’s shoreline lies within Forsyth County.