Cook Residential, a division of The Cook and Company, hosted real estate agents from around Northeast Georgia on March 29, 2016 for an open house at the Highland Gates subdivision. The North Hall neighborhood, which has not seen new development in the last 10 years, is currently bustling with new construction.
Keith and Geoff Cook, owners of Cook Residential, are brothers and lifelong residents of Hall County. They are focused on finding ways to redevelop the community where they grew up. The Cook’s hope that the new homes will provide additional options for buyers locally as the number of available real estate listings have dropped in the last few months.
“Revitalizing the Highland Gates community that was started in 2003 is an opportunity,” says co-owner Keith Cook. “We see so much growth in the South Hall market, but there are people who would rather live north of the congestion that comes with growth in South Hall. We hope that Highland Gates offers buyers the choice of affordable new homes and that this development brings new life to a community that was affected by the economic downturn a few years back.”
In celebration of its newest community, Cook Residential invited agents from around the area to enjoy a delicious catered lunch and learn more about these exciting new homes featured at Highland Gates. Located just north of the city, this unique and gorgeous community features homes priced from the $200,000’s in the villages to the $300,000s in the estates. This community, just minutes from the Lake Lanier Rowing venue, provides traditional amenities such as pool, pavilion, and will feature a playground with soccer fields.
Keith and Geoff Cook bring a unique blend of real estate experience and construction management together in one of Hall County’s most progressive real estate businesses.
Future projects in the area include new homes in Lincoln Park right outside of Braselton, as well as the opportunity to be the first local builders to provide new homes in the Sterling on the Lake community in Flowery Branch.