McKinney Builders: Building New Atlanta Homes Within Reach

Homebuyers are looking for specific criteria when it comes to buying a new home and value, convenience and walkability continue to top the list! Fortunately for McKinney Builders, that’s its specialty! On this week’s All About Real Estate segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio, McKinney Builders Partner and Principal Jim Beveridge joins co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick to discuss the builder’s latest new Atlanta homes.

Evolved from being a small, custom home builder to becoming a medium-sized home builder, McKinney Builders is projected to deliver 35 to 40 homes in three-to-four communities with roughly $18 million in sales.

McKinney Builders has worked on several projects throughout the Atlanta area and one, in particular, is Serenbe in Chattahoochee Hills. Based on the Biophilic Model of planning, this 1,000-acre wellness community is served by five popular restaurants (the Blue Eyed Daisy Bakeshop, The Farmhouse, The Hill and Yumiko Sushi and Halsa) with more coming soon, a bookstore, a 25-acre organic farm and seasonal farmers market, original shops, art galleries, beautiful stables, The Inn at Serenbe, an extensive spa, year-round arts events, goat yoga and, of course, happy residents.

McKinney Builder has built 60 highly-amenitized homes at Serenbe in a variety of designs including Modern Shotgun homes a.k.a. tinyhomes. Originally an innovation experiment, this enclave of six tinyhomes sold within 30 days!

McKinney Builders is also contributing to the collection of homes at Pinewood Forest, a unique development that is similar to a master-planned community, but on a larger scale – a master-planned town, if you will. Directly adjacent to Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayetteville, Pinewood Forest is a mixed-use development serving about 5,000 people.

Upon completion, this destination community will feature 700 single-family and 600 multi-family homes such as townhomes, condominiums and apartments. Manicured sidewalks lead residents to popular shopping and dining locales while community amenities include a 51% greenspace, a forest preserve, 15 miles of walking trails, a pool, sports court, performing arts center, ponds, a spa, an amphitheater and Piedmont Wellness Center with fitness space.

Continuing the theme of walkability, McKinney Builders also builds at The Village at Williams Park, a new Smyrna community near Smyrna Market Village. Designed by Southern Living’s Julie Holloway, these homes boast modern, open-concept designs with generous, gourmet kitchens with islands, breakfast rooms overlooking the family room and multi-purpose third levels.

McKinney Builders prides itself on putting “Quality First” and sharing a common goal of creating beautiful, quality homes and communities for all of its clients. To learn more about the above-mentioned new Atlanta homes and more information on the builder including its philanthropic efforts with Operation Finally Home, listen to the full interview or visit

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