Tenants announced for Halcyon Forsyth

Halcyon Forsyth isn’t your average mixed use development. This “village” is a community weaving together nature, design, and leisure into one place.  This $370 million venture at the intersection of  GA. 400 and McFarland Road will include more than 500,000 square feet of retail and office space as well as a movie cinema, hotels, a pet-friendly environment, a gigabit community and more. The following restaurants have already signed leases or will be part of their market hall food concept:

This live, work and play community is ready to change the face of Cumming and Forsyth County.  It’s exciting to see many OTP restaurants expand to another city. The 50 acres of greenspace dispersed around the 150-acre site could be a big draw for both families, retirees, and millennials who want a downtown feel with suburban benefits. There are more than 650 residences to choose from, including single family units and town homes, a 55+ active adult area, and apartments. The developers broke ground on the project in January of 2016 and expect to open in 2018.

 

Once completed, HALCYON will include more than 500,000 square feet of office and retail space and the only dine-in movie theater in Forsyth County with CMX cinemas, an upscale movie experience with a full bar and signature cocktails. There will be two signature hotels as well.

Other distinct features include HALCYON’s pets-welcome village, that will be outfitted with dog water fountains throughout, as well as a focus on pet-friendly environments.

Everyone will appreciate Comcast’s 1-gigabit high-speed service to residential and business properties, creating one of Forsyth’s first “gigabit communities,” which also includes Wi-Fi enabled pocket parks.

RocaPoint Partners and New York-based The Georgetown Company make up the development team and shared this information with us. Follow them on Facebook for the latest updates.

In case you missed it, the food hall concept is being developed in both Alpharetta and Marietta too as restaurants are building off the success of ITP’s Krog Street and Ponce City Markets. Haylcon’s vision to incorporate that concept into their overall plan sounds like a win-win for residents and visitors.

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