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Phase three of West Village will include 313 apartments and 470 parking spaces on 9 acres, with the apartments ranging in size from 660-square-foot studios to 1,484-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath apartments. Branch Properties is the owner and developer, while Summit Contracting Group is the general contractor.

Construction work is underway on more than 300 apartments in the 50-acre West Village mixed-use development near Vinings.

The development, the majority of which is nestled between Atlanta and Oakdale roads and Interstate 285, with a portion stretching westward to the other side of Oakdale Road, will see the addition of 313 apartments and 470 parking spaces on 9 acres.

The new residences are part of the development’s third phase since owner and developer Branch Properties assembled the 50-acre site in 2005.

Construction is expected to be complete in early 2021 with the first group of apartment units coming on the market in spring 2020. Summit Contracting Group is the general contractor for the project.

Apartments will range in size from 660-square-foot studios to 1,484-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath apartments. Amenities will include a 3,000-square-foot public library, as well as a fitness center, dog park, pool and courtyard for residents.

“West Village is a vibrant, master-planned community being developed to serve the burgeoning rental market in affluent Cobb County,” Jack Haylett, senior vice president of Branch Properties, said in a news release. “We continue to remain active on the multifamily front in communities where there is strong demand for thoughtful development and quality construction.”

Branch Properties developed 292 multifamily units and 68,000 square feet of retail in the first phase of West Village’s construction. Branch completed the second phase of West Village in 2011, adding another 188 apartments before selling to MidAmerica Apartment Communities in 2014.

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