McShane Construction Co. was recently selected as the general contractor for a Renaissance Park multifamily community in Georgia. The developer, South City Partners plans to build the project just off Interstate 85 in Fairburn. The project’s location will be at the intersection of Renaissance Parkway and Meadow Glen Parkway. Therefore, future residents will have access to downtown Atlanta.
Dynamik Design is the architect of the 288 unit Renaissance Park featuring 7,000 square feet of amenity space. McShane’s, Senior VP, Scott Hoppa said the property has great potential in the region. Especially since Fairburn is currently experiencing growth, which is causing an increase in demand for housing. According to Hoppa, the property offers several outdoor facilities and spacious units, making it ideal for those in the apartment market. The developers expect apartment complex will be ready for occupancy by fall of 2024.
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Development plans for the Renaissance Park multifamily community
The Renaissance Park community will be spread across five buildings on the property, equipped with shaker-style cabinets, with granite countertops. Additionally, the interior of the buildings will also include tile backsplashes in the kitchens and tile tub in the bathrooms. All units on the property will have carpeted bedrooms throughout, along with vinyl plank flooring.
The design plan shows that the property will feature three and four story buildings with wooden frames, and cement siding. Besides the residential units, two of the buildings on the property will feature 4,000 square feet of future retail space.
Residents at Renaissance Park will have access to an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, volleyball court, pickleball court and walking trail.
However, Renaissance Park is just one of South City Partners’ three project which are currently underway. The developer is working with McShane on a 280 unit multifamily community in McDonough. The duo is also deloping another a 285 unit mixed-use development in Hapeville.