Urban Infill Project Transforms to Upscale Community with Parkside at Mason Mill in Atlanta

Pulte Homes urban infill project transforms former apartment complex site

ATLANTA (May 8th, 2017)Pulte Homes’ Parkside at Mason Mill is an urban infill development that stands out because of its location near Emory University, attention to preserving its wooded setting and pricing from the mid 300s. The public can get its first detailed glimpse at plans for the neighborhood at an informational meeting on May 13th.
“Parkside at Mason Mill offers a variety of best-in-class housing choices in a beautiful setting, surrounded by mature forest and park land, but close to all the shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural options Atlanta and the Decatur area have to offer,” said Brent Landry, Georgia Division President for Pulte Group Inc.
Set on the site of the former Williamsburg apartment community near Decatur, Pulte Homes is replacing the 400-plus apartments with a blend of 341 luxury single-family homes, townhomes and condos. Sales will start this June, but prospective homeowners can get a look now at all Parkside at Mason Mill offers for a desirable quality of life. Home prices will range from the mid 300s to the 600s. Anyone interested in learning more about the property, can register by visiting the website

Pulte is preserving beautiful mature hardwood and pines trees found on the property, along with many of the decades-old granite stone walls from the site’s previous life as an apartment complex. The builder is also utilizing a new Dekalb County ordinance that allows for the recycling of concrete from the former apartment complex to be used in the community’s roads.
Pulte will be extensively remodeling the amenities that already exist on-site, which include a spacious clubhouse and large swimming pool, nestled among towering trees near a stream that flows across the development. The updated clubhouse will have an internet café and spaces for socializing. Additional amenities will include pocket parks throughout the community and a trail that connects to adjacent Mason Mill Park, which offers its own host of amenities, including a dog park, tennis center, playground and the South Peachtree Creek Trail - which will ultimately connect to the Emory campus.
“We know many of the people who will be interested in living in Parkside at Mason Mill support being good stewards of the environment, and that’s a big part of what we are creating at Parkside,” Landry said. “From recycling materials and  preserving the beautiful landscapes on the property, to renovating quality amenities and building energy-efficient homes, we’re creating a new community while embracing the mature, healthy natural setting that is unmatched by any other opportunity to own a new home in the Atlanta metro area.”
For more information about Parkside at Mason Mill, visit the community website, or call 404-889-7882 or 404-626-7052.
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