Lennar Atlanta Is Part of Woodstock’s Growth – Charming Town Named One of Georgia’s Fastest Growing Communities
Lennar Atlanta is proud to be part of the healthy expansion of Woodstock, the charming town in Cherokee County in the shadows of the North Georgia mountains. As Kimeko McCoy reports in this recent article in the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News, Woodstock ranked ninth in the state’s top 10 fastest growing cities, seeing a population increase of 7.6 percent. Woodstock’s population was 27,823 as last reported by the U.S. Census.
“City Manager Jeff Moon […] contributes that growth to Woodstock’s safe community, great schools and amenities. Woodstock’s downtown Main Street is also in the running to be recognized as one of America’s best main streets. Plans to expand the city’s infrastructure are already in the works, according to Moon.”
Lennar Atlanta, a division of Lennar (NYSE:LEN), one of the top three residential builders in the U.S., currently offers four outstanding new home communities in Cherokee County:
- Wynchase – single family homes
- Haney Walk – single family homes
- Hickory Meadows – single family homes, Model Grand Opening on June 18 -19
- The Sanctuary – single family homes, coming soon
“Cherokee County is a great place to call home,” says Rose Humphrey, Lennar Atlanta’s marketing manager. “If you like to have access to the city without the traffic and the hassle, Cherokee County is an ideal choice. You’re an easy drive to downtown Atlanta on I-75, but a world away—close to nature and the many joys of small town living.”
Homebuyers also appreciate the Cherokee County School District, the ninth largest in Georgia, and one of the best in the state.
Since opening its Georgia headquarters in July 2010, Lennar Atlanta has built more than 2,000 new homes in over 40 communities throughout Georgia, mainly along Atlanta’s northern crescent. To learn more about living in any of Lennar Atlanta’s residential communities in Cobb County, or about the other new home neighborhoods throughout the metro Atlanta area, please call 404-931-7462 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org