Roswell Steetscape Ribbon Cutting

Edward Andrews Homes recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony following the completion of corridor enhancements the company made to the intersection of Old Roswell Road and Old Ellis Road in the north Atlanta suburb of Roswell. Last month Roswell City Councilman Rich Dippolito joined Edward Andrews executives and Roswell Department of Transportation officials as the group celebrated the end of the renovation project and enhancements to the intersecting roads, which border the location of an upcoming Edward Andrews townhome community.

“The public-private partnership formed between Edward Andrews Homes and the City of Roswell resulted in one of the smoothest road improvement projects I’ve ever seen,” said Edward Andrews President & COO Todd Hager. “We partnered with the City of Roswell to successfully finish the road improvement project in just 28 days, allowing the intersection to re-open ahead of schedule. The credit for such a timely completion goes to our Vice President of Land Acquisition and Development Kevin Norton, Roswell DOT Project Manager Rob Dell-Ross, and each of their respective team members. Their hard work and collaboration ensured that the road improvements were of the highest possible quality and were completed with minimal disruption to area traffic.”

The enhancements comprise 1,600 linear feet of road renovations, including the creation of a traffic round-about, improved street lighting and the addition of bike lanes, sidewalks and multi-use trails. The upgrades aim to ease traffic flow and complete an appealing streetscape in advance of the townhome community’s opening in early 2016.

“Once Edward Andrews gained the necessary approvals to move forward with construction, our two teams negotiated these improvements, which were approved by Roswell Mayor Jere Wood and the City Council this past March,” said RDOT Director Steve Acenbrak. “We believe these enhancements will benefit the entire Roswell community as Old Roswell Road is an extremely popular transportation corridor.”

Edward Andrews’ new luxury townhome community in Roswell will offer 344 opportunities to buyers who are looking to reside in the highly ranked Milton High School district. The uniquely curated floorplans feature homes that will cater to wide variety of buyers, including families, young professionals and individuals looking to down-size.

“Given the limited supply of land in the area, buying a brand-new home in Roswell is a rare opportunity,” said Hager. “By building townhomes in such a popular location, we’re able to offer all of the benefits that accompany new construction – including custom design selections, a resort-class clubhouse and pool, tennis courts, and spacious parks – all at a very affordable price range.”