The Maxwell in Alpharetta

The Maxwell, a mixed-use community in Alpharetta, will feature condominiums, townhomes, single-family homes and popular retail destinations. Homes will feature urban, mercantile-inspired architecture amongst quiet streets that create an authentic city center. 

The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC, a Green Brick Partner, is excited to announce six new communities coming soon the Atlanta and metro Atlanta area opening soon or under construction. Buyers will have a variety of opportunities to own a stunning home from The Providence Group.

Perfect for homebuyers seeking an intown lifestyle, townhome opportunities will soon be available at Westside Village in Atlanta. Westside Village will feature only 19 upscale townhomes from the $430,000s in a prime location at Moores Mill. The three-story home designs boast urban-inspired exteriors and open-concept, refreshingly timeless interiors. Westside Village is projected to open between August and September.

Coming soon to Suwanee, Georgia, Harvest Park will feature both single-family homes and townhomes from the mid-$300,000s in a charming hometown setting. Home designs at Harvest Park will offer open-concept interiors with low-maintenance exteriors. Community amenities will include a community pool, cabana and pocket parks throughout, as well as easy access to all the activities at Town Center. Harvest Park is projected to open to VIPs in September.

New Alpharetta homes are coming soon to The Maxwell, a mixed-use community featuring condominiums, townhomes, single-family homes and popular retail destinations. Homes will feature urban, mercantile-inspired architecture amongst quiet streets that create an authentic city center. Condominiums will start from the mid-$300,000s, townhomes from the $500,000s and single-family homes start from the $700,000s. The model at The Maxwell will open early next year with sales currently being held at East of Main, also in Alpharetta.

Priced from the $360,000s, low-maintenance, inside-the-perimeter townhomes are also coming soon to Clarkston at Glendale Rowes. Homes will feature open-concept designs with three bedrooms, two-car garages, finished terrace levels and more. In addition to HOA-maintained landscaping and lawncare, Glendale Rowes also offers residents convenience to shopping, dining and entertainment at Decatur Square. Homes are expected to begin selling early 2020 if not by the end of 2019.

Luxury three-story townhomes are also coming soon to Smyrna at Pruitt Walk. Projected to open early 2020, this collection of just 23 townhomes will boast spacious interiors, thoughtful outdoor living spaces and elevator options. Priced from the $400,000s, residents will enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle with HOA-maintained lawns and landscaping with plenty of time to enjoy nearby Market Village, The Battery at SunTrust Park and more.

The Providence Group also has a new townhome community coming March 2020 to Duluth. Graysolon will feature 47 upscale townhomes in a gated setting boasting greenspaces, a central dog park and sidewalk connectivity to the Main Street Trail. Residents will enjoy walkability to both boutiques and restaurants of Downtown Duluth as well as convenience to Sugarloaf Marketplace.

A variety of new home opportunities are available from The Providence Group in every stage of the homebuilding process. To learn more about homebuyer incentives, currently-available homes throughout metro Atlanta or coming soon communities including joining VIP Interest Lists, visit

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