McShane Construction Company has successfully completed the construction of Noble Vines at Braselton, a new multi-family residence near Atlanta, Georgia. The development was constructed on behalf of Claret Communities utilizing HUD 221(d)(4) financing. Built with sustainability in mind, it meets the National Green Building Standard Bronze Level.
“Moderate-income families can find themselves in a tough spot when it comes to finding housing. Market-rate apartments may be out of their budget while their income is too high to qualify for affordable housing,” commented Scott Hoppa, Senior Vice President of McShane’s Southeast Region. “Through HUD 221(d)(4) financing, Noble Vines will provide moderate-income families with a beautiful home and fantastic amenities at a price they can afford.”
Positioned on nearly 18 acres of land at 1500 Noble Vines Drive, Noble Vines at Braselton features 10 three-story, wood-frame garden-style apartment buildings incorporating a total of 248 units. Each unit boasts of an open floor plan and integrates attractive tile backsplashes, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen.
The development also incorporates many resident amenities, including a clubhouse with a resident lounge, fully equipped fitness center, expansive sundeck with grilling stations and a resort-style swimming pool. The property also provides tenants with access to a pet washing station, dog park and car wash.
The architect of record for Noble Vines at Braselton is Studio for Housing Design.
Over the past 20 years, McShane has constructed more than 20,000 multi-family units across the United States. The firm was recently named National Multi-Family Builder of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and was ranked as #7 on the National Multifamily Housing Council’s list of largest multi-family builders in the nation. Currently, McShane is underway with 27 multi-family projects nationally, 13 of which are located in the state of Georgia.