On Saturday, the Epic Development team hosted its first Atlanta BeltLine clean-up project. The morning started off chilly, however the sun and clean-up activity warmed everyone up quickly. The event drew more than 25 volunteers who picked up 40 bags of trash along the East Side Trail from the Ralph McGill Boulevard bridge to the Freedom Parkway bridge including the Old Fourth Ward Skate Park. Epic Development and The Green Dash, a non-profit, adopted this portion of the BeltLine and are responsible for maintaining it on a regular basis. After a successful morning of work, the volunteers enjoyed a post celebratory brunch at Parish.
Epic Development would like to thank our volunteers from Georgia State University, Apartment Guide, Makaila Realty Group and residents from the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. For more information about our next clean up in early 2013, contact Scott Eaves at (404) 518-3820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Epic Development is currently building modern prairie, modern and traditional style new homes along the BeltLine in the neighborhoods of Virginia Highlands, Old Fourth Ward and Glenwood Park. We are also building in Buckhead, Brookhaven, Candler Park, Decatur, LaVista Park and Lynwood Park.
To see a list of current properties and their portfolio or for more information, visit www.EpicDevelopment.com.