Roswell celebrates the opening of Roswell Court, a newly completed project blending luxury homes, neighborhood office and commercial space.

At the corner of Norcross and Forrest Streets, Roswell Court is less than one-half mile from Canton Street and well within walking distance to all the festivals, shops and dining of Historic Roswell.

Access to Georgia 400 is only two miles away.

JW Collection, John Wieland’s boutique brand, partnered with Schmit + Associates in Roswell to create Roswell Court.

“This neighborhood setting is unique, walkable and right where you want to be with detailed homes that sacrifice nothing in sophistication or style,” said John Wieland.

“This is the first small lot, true mixed-use development in Roswell,” said Schmit + Associates Principal Dave Schmit.

“Combining high end offices with John Wieland’s impeccable touch to residential, it’s an exceptional opportunity," said Schmit.

Roswell's historic district is undergoing redevelopment with the recent opening of two breweries, a planned distillery, a planned hotel, library renovation and other new projects.

The nearby Roswell Plaza Shopping Center was purchased by the city and will be undergoing redevelopment as a mixed-use concept. There are few other office condo units that can be purchased in the area.

The 3-building community includes: seven town homes, from $539,000, over 2400 square feet with two car garages. At time of release, five of the properties have sold and two are still available.

The community also includes five city homes of over 3,000 square feet with garages and elevators, from $600’s. There are four of the five homes available for purchase.

Commercial condominiums are also available. The units are over 1100+ square feet, priced from $309,000 with four available, interior build to suit.

The mixed-use community also feature a two-story retail and office building, encompassing over 2165 square feet.

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