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January 10, 2014 | Jim Chapman Communities | Comments 0

Jim Chapman Communities Sees 2013 as Banner Year

Brookhaven of East Cobb

For Jim Chapman Communities, 2013 highlights include 89 closings that averaged $308,190 each with a total revenue of almost $30,000,000. After a banner year full of records such as these, the active adult builder is starting 2014 with its communities almost sold out.

Brookhaven at Sugarloaf, Brookhaven of East Cobb and Brookhaven at Lanier Ridge only have a six month supply of homes. All offer two and three bedroom award-winning floor plans, brick and stone construction, inviting front porches, optional screened porches, bonus rooms with full baths and oversized master suites.

Conveniently located in between the Gwinnett Civic Center, the Mall of Georgia, Gwinnett Mall and Sugarloaf Mills Mall is Gwinnett County’s No. 1 active adult community, Brookhaven at Sugarloaf. Priced from the $280,000s, 12 opportunities remain.

The extraordinary gated community of Brookhaven of East Cobb is priced from the $290,000s. Minutes from Town Center Mall, Marietta, the Georgia mountains and downtown Atlanta, the community offers a premier location and is in its last phase.

In Cumming, Brookhaven at Lanier Ridge is two miles to GA 400 and minutes from nearby shops, Lake Lanier and the new Northside/Forsyth Hospital. Priced from the $280,000s, just 20 homes are left.

In addition to homes built to simplify active lifestyles and convenient locations, these communities offer an array of amenities. These include heated pools, outdoor fireplaces and award-winning clubhouses with exercise rooms and catering kitchens.

“After such a great year in 2013, we have even better expectations for 2014,” stated Kelly Dempsey, vice president of sales and marketing for Jim Chapman Communities. “We are excited for what the year will bring!”

For more information, visit www.JimChapmanCommunities.com.

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