African American Developers Making History In Georgia

Black-owned micro home community called South Park Cottages in College Park, Georgia
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The group of African American real estate developers who are building a Black-owned micro home community called South Park Cottages in College Park, Georgia, were able to sell out all of their award-winning-designed, technologically-advanced micro homes in just 50 days.

The community, which was built to allow residents to live more abundantly by utilizing advanced energy-efficient technology, is the 7th largest micro home community in the country and the largest in the state of Georgia. Even more, it is located just 15 minutes away from the city of Atlanta and 5 minutes away from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport.

Booker T. Washington, Founder and CEO of the project, says that his goal was to develop an innovative and affordable community that drives his primary mission to increase value while maintaining the integrity of the community. Over the past 5 years, as an investor and real estate developer, he has individually developed more than $5 million in real estate assets.
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