The best of both worlds near Atlanta’s largest park at the Westside Quarry.
Beautifully intertwined with its lush natural surroundings, the established West Highlands community combines attainable single-family homes, and Town Homes with small-town charm. Community amenities bond neighbors and offer a wide range of on-site activities to please every member of the family. Adjacent to Atlanta’s largest park currently under construction at the former Bellwood Quarry, West Highlands brings a sprawling suburban vibe right to the center of downtown Atlanta.
In the desirable West Midtown neighborhood, West Highlands is minutes away from Midtown and Downtown Atlanta and its world-famous restaurants, shops and attractions, including:
Mercedes-Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena, which attract top musical performances, national sporting events and the biggest names in entertainment
Georgia Aquarium where residents can learn about marine life at the largest aquarium in the world
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights and its incredible documentation of Atlanta’s rich cultural history
World of Coca-Cola to witness (and taste!) the lasting legacy of an iconic brand
The Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry – Currently under construction, the evolution of the landmark from granite quarry that supplied materials for Atlanta’s streets to a popular filming location for many locally-produced shows and movies and now to the city’s largest park makes it an incomparable treasure to the neighborhood
Whether West Highlands residents are zipping out of town from nearby Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, meeting a neighbor for an early morning stroll on the idyllic neighborhood sidewalks, shopping for the perfect gift at Atlantic Station or waiting for a table at one of the city’s award-winning restaurants, they love the connectivity and convenience of their neighborhood’s central location.
Built adjacent to the highly anticipated Westside Quarry Park and the Proctor Creek Greenway system, the West Highlands neighborhood is undergoing its second phase of development. With its many Craftsman-style homes, Town Homes and pedestrian-friendly activities, residents and guests often forget that the neighborhood is tucked right inside the economic center of the biggest city in the South.
Recognized by the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association with a Gold OBIE Award in 2019, West Highlands is among the best in Atlanta new home construction. Designed to cultivate neighborly relationships and foster an innate sense of belonging, West Highlands places strong emphasis on connectivity. Beyond the visual appeal of the stunning homes and the neighborhood’s convenient location, this unique master-planned community provides residents and their guests with great on-site amenities that keep them happy at home, including:
Green corridors, playgrounds and manicured parks, including Atlanta’s largest park, the Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry which is currently under construction
Miles of trails for walking and biking, including connection to the Proctor Creek Greenway that will string together more than 400 acres of greenspace from the BeltLine Westside Trail all the way to the Chattahoochee River in future construction phases
Acres of preserved natural surroundings
In its second phase of development, West Highlands is adding more homes, a community pool, a clubhouse for neighborhood events and an amphitheater to its long list of amenities. Brock Built will also construct more homes and make additional community improvements.
Here, a diverse collection of 875 Craftsman-style, single-family homes, and Town Homes exude modern spirit and small-town charm along sprawling streetscapes. In each, residents enjoy the same level of superior quality expected of the Brock Built brand of homes. Multiple floor plans are available at West Highlands with features like:
3, 4 or 5 bedrooms
2 1/2 to 4 1/2 bathrooms in each
1,900 to 3,800 square feet of versatile living space
Large front porches evoking small-town Southern charm
Basements homes available
A select number of homes also feature walk-out basements that face the quiet beauty of the Proctor Creek Greenway trail system.
Source: Brock Built