What is happening now on the Eco Cottages?
The rezoning for the project was approved by City Council November 20, 2017. Since then, the project has been put on temporary hold and we hope to bring it back in 2020.
Thank you everyone for your cooperation, patience and support!
How much will they cost?
We are reworking our site plan to include the City of East Points conditions of approvals, and as soon as we finalize the engineering and permitting, we will be able to provide updated pricing. You will be able to select from a variety of customization options including layout alternatives, a variety of finishes and a net zero upgrade.
When will you know the final pricing of the homes?
As soon as we get the site development costs and the floor plans we will be working on the pricing of the homes – potentially in 2020.
What happens next?
Following the zoning we will begin the permitting process.
What are you doing in the meantime?
In the mean time we are working with architects and designers to come up with both the exterior elevations and the revised interior floor plans. We are working also on getting the pricing for the site development costs. These include many things such as the water lines, sewer lines, grading of the lot, and a whole lot more.
Will there be a homeowners association and what will be the cost?
There will be a homeowners association and the cost will be determined as we work on the site development and the common area amenities.
Can I design my own home?
No, the designs of the homes will be set – however, there will be a number of options that you can select.
Can I have a tiny home on wheels in this community?
With this development there will not be any tiny homes on wheels. All of the homes will be on permanent foundations and will be connected to the sewer, water and electrical systems of the community.
Can I rent my house if I buy in the Eco Cottages @ East Point?
Keeping the Eco Cottages a primarily owner occupied neighborhood is extremely important to us and the surrounding community. Our homeowner's association will have bylaws which restrict rentals to 10%. You will need to be on the list of approved renters, which will be a first come first serve basis and will be further outlined in the bylaws.