A Buford developer is hoping to build a 22-lot subdivision in East Hall that it says would be aimed at first-time and second-time homebuyers.
“We feel the neighborhood will be an affordable, quality welcome addition to Hall County,” Atlas Development Services says in a letter to Hall County, without citing a price range.
Atlas is scheduled to go before the Hall County Planning Commission on Tuesday, Jan. 19, requesting to rezone nearly 33 acres at 3454 and 3464 Gillsville Highway, from agricultural-residential to residential for the development.
Hall County Planning Commission
What: Rezoning for proposed 22-lot subdivision in East Hall
When: 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19
How to view: The public will be able to watch virtually on the Hall County webpage, hallcounty.org, or they may register for the webinar and attend through the GoToWebinar platform. More information may be found online at hallcounty.org/1097/Online-Meetings.
The subdivision would be across from East Hall Road and between Holly Springs and Lebanon Church roads.
Cameron Henderson, listed in county documents as the Atlas contact, couldn’t be reached for comment.
The houses will be at 1,800 square feet in size and sit on 0.8-acre lots, according to documents.
Planning staff officials are suggesting approval based on several conditions. The planning board can only recommend approval or denial to the Hall County Board of Commissioners, which would have final say at a later date.