Fayetteville’s Pinewood Forrest announces new president
New Pinewood Forrest President Rob Parker (special photo)

Fayetteville’s Pinewood Forrest announces new president

New Pinewood Forrest President Rob Parker (special photo)
New Pinewood Forrest President Rob Parker (special photo)

PRESS RELEASE FROM PINEWOOD FORREST

Pinewood Forrest, an innovative mixed-use community located in Fayetteville, Georgia, today announced international expert Rob Parker as its new President.

In his newly created role as president of Pinewood Forrest, Parker will oversee strategy, planning, financial management, development and ongoing operation of the groundbreaking Live-Create-Play community adjacent to Pinewood Atlanta Studios.

“Rob is a seasoned CEO with the perfect blend of experience in project management, entertainment, philanthropy, organization and leadership to take the helm of this vitally important development,” key visionary and lead developer Dan Cathy said. (more…)

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Developers unveil new Pinewood Forrest plans

pinewood.planPinewood Forrest developers wowed the media and special guests Thursday morning as they unveiled not only the latest visual rendering of what the 234-acre property will look like across the street from Pinewood Atlanta Studios, but also what their vision is for who will be served by the massive project.

While previous versions of Pinewood Forrest were similar in that they showed a mixed-use development that was commonly called a “live-work-play” community, this new drawing and concept is being called a “live-create-play” community offering:

• 1,300 unique residential units including single-family homes, micro-cottages, multifamily

flats, townhomes and tree homes featuring (more…)

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Fire sprinklers no longer required at The Villages

The Villages developer Roch deGolian walked away from the Oct. 15 Fayetteville City Council meeting smiling after council members unanimously approved a measure that will lift a requirement that in-home sprinkler systems be installed in the remaining houses to be built in the subdivision.

The original agreement between The Villages developers and City of Fayetteville representatives goes back more than 15 years ago, and it allowed for an unprecedented density of detached, single-family homes, which would be connected by a series of narrow one-way streets. One of the conditions to the agreement was that in-home fire sprinkler systems be built (more…)

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