Goode Van Slyke Designs Riverline Townhomes for Brock Built.
Brock Built Homes has chosen Goode Van Slyke as the designer of its planned new Riverline Townhomes. The 52-unit development is planned for Atlanta’s Riverside neighborhood on the westside inside I-285 near the Chattahoochee River and Proctor Creek. Permitting for the project, previously known as West Hollywood Townhomes, is now underway.
More information can be found on What Now Atlanta here.
GVSA also designed Ten29 West for Brock Built Homes, which will feature 61 boutique townhomes.
The founders of Goode Van Slyke Architecture (GVSA) will appear on Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio this month. GVSA partners and co-founders Chris Goode Paul Van Slyke will appear on the audio and video podcast on March 17, 2021. The show will remain available online.
Sponsored by New American Funding, the award-winning real estate podcast airs twice a week and offers interviews with industry experts and details on Atlanta events and attractions. The show is hosted by Carol Morgan and show producer Todd Schnick of Intrepid Group, LLC.
They ask Goode and Van Slyke about the wide variety of projects the firm designs, including museums, colleges, wellness centers, hotels, single-family homes, multifamily communities, offices, fire stations, churches, and more. Recent developments include Seven88 West Midtown, a luxury high-rise condo, the Atlanta Gas Light Regional Business Center, Huff Trail, and The Fairmont.
You can download Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio on your favorite podcast app or from iTunes here.
The Michaels Organization has chosen Goode Van Slyke Architecture to design the renovation of a 129-unit assisted living community in Southwest Atlanta. The Michaels Organization is one of the largest affordable housing owners and developers in the country. The community will serve people who are 55 years old and older, or who are disabled. As What Now Atlanta reports, the redevelopment would take 18 months with completion scheduled in 2023. The project depends upon a number of factors that are now in the approval process.