Stonecrest Homes to Build New Homes at Town Center
Local Atlanta homebuilder Stonecrest Homes will introduce a variety of new home options to Holly Springs Town Center with first releases for sale expected this summer. Plans include both attached Town Homes and detached City Homes offering walkable access to Town Center’s restaurants, green spaces and events as well as stacked lofts and central retail. “We’re excited to incorporate a diversity of housing options at Town Center, both for sale and for lease,” says Mayor Steven W. Miller. “We’ve been working closely with Stonecrest Homes for several years now as the master developer for the overall Town Center project, so we have a lot of confidence in the high standards of quality and craftsmanship that their team will bring to these new homes for Holly Springs.”
New home designs by Stonecrest will complement the character and charm of the Town Center as a whole, echoing its timeless, historically-inspired architecture. Both Town Homes and City Homes are designed with low-maintenance ease in mind, allowing homeowners plenty of time to enjoy the Town Center lifestyle with all of its amenities and events right at their doorstep. “Holly Springs Town Center is a great new destination in the making,” says Charles Heiser, Jr., President and CEO of Stonecrest Homes. “We’re excited to bring new homes to Town Center that will allow homeowners to really be a part of that lifestyle and the fabric of this neighborhood that will be a new hub for the Holly Springs community.” Approximately 70 homes in all will be situated to the south of Hickory Road just steps from the heart of Town Center and its central restaurants, amphitheater and event lawn. Those interested in new homes should check the Holly Springs Town Center website or the Stonecrest Homes website for updates and to join the new homes interest list.
At the heart of the Holly Springs Town Center will be a new City Hall, envisioned as a 16,000 square foot, three-story brick and stone design with an iconic clock tower and charming early 20th-century architecture honoring the rich history of the community itself. Rolled out in front of it is the inviting Market Plaza and Grand Lawn perfect for festivals, markets and community events like the city’s annual Easter Egg Hunt, Autumn Fest, Christmas Parade, and more. At the other end of the Grand Lawn will sit a new outdoor amphitheater. On either side of the amphitheater, visitors will find more than 30,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space. Public spaces will be served with ample parking including a dedicated parking deck.