Business: First look at the Crestwood community off Ga. 53 with homes starting at $182,900. It is Rome’s first new subdivision in 20 years.  Also: Bank updates.

Business: First look at the Crestwood community off Ga. 53 with homes starting at $182,900. It is Rome’s first new subdivision in 20 years. Also: Bank updates.

Above: The Foxcroft, one of the models Smith Douglas Homes is bringing to Crestwood off Ga. 53 before the Bypass. Below: How the subdivision is being designed. From websites.

 

As site work continues, Smith Douglas Homes is making major progress on Crestwood, called the first new subdivision in Rome city limits in 20 years. Earlier this week, the site map showing the projeced lot lines was released, followed Wednesday by initial pricing (starting at $182,900).

Planned are 57 homes –some ranch-style, some two-story — “with sidewalks and quiet cul-de-sacs.” The sidewalks alone with be something of a novelty in this area. The developer — which took over Emerald Oaks off Old Dalton Road — broke ground on Crestwood in June.

The latest update includes six models of varying size, three to four bedrooms, two to 2.5 bathrooms, all with two-car garages.The square footage ranges from roughy 1,200 to 2,100.

A model, at the front of the subdivision off Broad Street Extension, is expected to be ready by early next year.


River City Bank announces the addition of Jessica Rutledge as Vice President, Commercial Relationship Manager. Jessica has over 15 years of industry experience including Real Estate, Commercial Banking, and Bank Management. Most recently she served as Vice President, Commercial Lender for Cornerstone Bank in Atlanta. Prior to that, Jessica was a Market President with Northside Bank, now First National Community Bank, where she was responsible for the Calhoun and Adairsville markets. She received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Shorter University.

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