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Providence Group breaks ground at Bellmoore Park in Johns Creek

Master-planned community largest development in northern arc of Atlanta in more than a decade

The Providence Group of Georgia, from left, David Grace, Stephen Fuller, Pete Jolly, Warren Jolly, Mike Smith, Jon Roby, Matt Hoffman and John Merder prepare to break ground on Bellmoore Park, a new Johns Creek community. PHOTOS BY MIKE DORMAN/Staff. (click for larger version)
March 05, 2014
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Providence Group of Georgia officially broke ground on its newest community, Bellmoore Park.

Located in Johns Creek, Bellmoore Park is the largest residential development to be started in the northern arc of Atlanta in more than a decade.

"We officially signed the contract for this property in September 2012 and 18 months later we are excited to celebrate the groundbreaking of Bellmoore Park," said Warren Jolly, president of the Providence Group of Georgia. "We have felt from the beginning that this property has the potential to be the most significant new community in the North Atlanta market and we know that in five years, Bellmoore Park is going to set a new standard of quality and attention to detail that all other communities will aspire to replicate."

The Providence Group of Georgia hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, Feb. 20 at Bellmoore Park. Representatives from the Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce, city of Johns Creek and the news media joined in celebrating the occasion.

Upon completion, the 224-acre Bellmoore Park will feature more than 600 single-family homes priced from about $400,000s to more than $1 million.

Homes at Bellmoore Park will showcase a wide variety of designs that appeal to home buyers looking for a luxurious, low-maintenance lifestyle.

Bellmoore Park will also offer amenity areas located on the most pristine acres within the community. The centrally located, 9-acre amenity area will feature a spacious clubhouse with fitness center, expansive, manicured lawns for outdoor events, two pools and eight lighted tennis courts.

The amenity plan also includes 4 acres of landscaped community parks and 50 acres of undisturbed natural areas. The entrance will be gated and will include a guard house for future community security.

A team of architects including Stephen Fuller with Stephen Fuller Designs, David Grace with A Classical Studio and Bassenian Lagoni, an architectural firm from California worked on the project.

"We are determined to develop the most innovative, livable and unique home designs the Atlanta market has seen in a generation," Jolly said. "We are very excited to be working with such an amazing team of architects."

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    Poor Quality
    March 14, 2014 | 12:25 PM

    If only their quality would improve. Check out their communities in Crabapple & Alpharetta. Popsicle sticks coated in cheap glossy materials. Sad.

    Wouldn't buy
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