August 25, 2021
Developers with a proposed 450-acre mixed-use development in south Forsyth County have released new information and concept images of the planned development.
In a news release sent on Monday, Aug. 23, officials with homebuilders Empire Communities and Toll Brothers announced they would be pursuing the development of Davidson Forsyth, which is planned between Peachtree Parkway and Old Atlanta Road.
“The Davidson Forsyth development will reshape this area of Forsyth County into a best-in-class lifestyle destination. This transformative project was thoughtfully curated with a focus on connectivity, character and placemaking,” said Paul Corley, regional president of Empire Communities Atlanta, said in the release.
Davidson Forsyth is planned to include retail, restaurants, office space, a hotel, greenspace, 15 pocket parks, more than three miles of trails, community gathering areas and for-sale and for-rent residences. Developers are also working with Forsyth County officials to allocate a 20- to 30-acre site for an educational facility.
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