Zoning signage on North Druid Hills with the 65-unit development in the background. (Courtesy Tomorrow's News Today)
Zoning signage on North Druid Hills with the 65-unit development in the background. (Courtesy Tomorrow’s News Today)

Four separate townhome communities have been proposed in the North Druid Hills / Briarcliff neighborhoods near Emory University, according to a report from Tomorrow’s News Today.
Ryland Homes is proposing a 47-unit community on 6.69 acres on Briarcliff Road, between Fisher Trail and Clairmont Road. A second project is being proposed by Edge City Properties at the northwest corner of North Druid Hills Road and High Haven Court, adjacent to Still Water United Methodist Church. The  project would be a redevelopment where four existing ranch-style homes would be replaced with 20 townhomes.
John Weiland Homes is proposing a third project, a redevelopment on Clairmont Road near Emory’s Clairmont campus. Wieland plans to demolish 15 existing homes on roughly seven acres, with plans to build 81 townhomes.  The fourth project is from  PulteGroup, with a  redevelopment on LaVista Road  for a 21-unit townhome community to be built.
To read much more on these projects, visit this link.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.