AUGUST 31, 2020 — A new luxury, multifamily development in downtown Sugar Hill is welcoming its first residents, an opening that culminates in the completion of the city’s master redevelopment plan.
“Broadstone Sugar Hill is the final element in the transformation of downtown Sugar Hill into a unique town-center that maintains small-town charm and a sense of community,” said Alliance Residential Company’s Southeast Managing Director Todd Oglesby.
Alliance Residential Company is the developer for the upscale community, which was designed by Niles Bolton Associates.
“Broadstone Sugar Hill embraces the city’s commitment to creating a walkable, livable destination and offers residents the opportunity to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle without sacrificing leisure, urban living,” Oglesby said.
Broadstone Sugar Hill rises within the Sugar Hill Town Center at 5010 W. Broad St. N.E. in downtown. The community features four wood-framed buildings that include 315 one-, two- and three-bedroom units ranging from 647 to 1,487 square feet. Each open-floorplan unit is appointed with elegant kitchens with gorgeous quartz countertops and custom cabinetry; wood-style flooring in kitchens and living areas; top of the line Moen fixtures in kitchens and baths; push-button disposals and oversized sinks; spacious walk-in closets with custom shelving; upsized baths with porcelain tile and frameless glass showers; built-in USB ports; front-loading washers and dryers; and custom pendant lighting, according to the news release announcing the opening.
Amenities for residents include a variety of indoor and outdoor activity spaces; terrace-level clubroom with downtown and The Bowl amphitheater views; a coffee shop; grilling stations with outdoor game areas; a state-of-the-art fitness center; a resort-style saltwater pool; a pet playground and spa; spacious bike storage; a 24/7 package center; and direct connection to the Greenway, a 16.5-mile loop of multi-use trails connecting downtown Sugar Hill to surrounding parks and communities.
The community also includes 4,500 square feet of street-level retail space, the Sugar Hill Arts Commission gallery and the Sugar Hill Historic Preservation Society’s museum, both operated by the City of Sugar Hill, as well as a two-story parking deck with 453 parking spaces.
For more information, visit www.broadstonesugarhill.com/.
— Staff Reports