5 New Properties For Sale In The Smyrna-Vinings Area

SMYRNA-VININGS, GA — Looking for a new home nearby, but tired of browsing through the same old real-estate listings again and again? You’ve come to the right place! To save you some time, we’ve compiled a fresh batch of five new listings nearby.

Below is a list of the five latest properties to go up for sale in the Smyrna-Vinings area — including one in the Atlanta area with 1 bed and 1 bath for $138,000, and another in the Smyrna area with 4 beds and 5 baths for $587,900.

Like what you see? Just click on any address in the list to get additional photos and details. Enjoy!

Price: $138,000
Size: 1 bed, and 1 bath

Price: $225,000
Size: 1,175 sq. ft, 3 beds, and 1 bath

Price: $425,000
Size: 4,126 sq. ft., 5 beds, and 3 baths

Price: $425,000
Size: 3,088 sq. ft., 4 beds, and 4 baths

Price: $587,900
Size: 3,451 sq. ft., 4 beds, and 5 baths

Want more options? Keep scrolling for more listings. Or check out our Smyrna-Vinings area real-estate section for a complete list of local homes.

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5 New Properties For Sale In The Smyrna-Vinings Area

SMYRNA-VININGS, GA — Looking for a new home, and want to get a better understanding of what’s available near you? Perhaps you could use some help in your search? Thanks to our weekly list of new properties in your area, you can be sure you’re not missing anything.

Here are the five latest homes to hit the market in the Smyrna-Vinings area — including one in the Atlanta area with 3 beds and 2 baths for $215,000, and another in the Atlanta area with 4 beds and 4 baths for $1.1 million.

Click on any address for additional pics and details. Happy house hunting!

Price: $560,000
Size: 2,980 sq. ft., 3 beds, and 3 baths

Price: $449,900
Size: 2,240 sq. ft, 3 beds, and 4 baths

Price: $215,000
Size: 1,075 sq. ft., 3 beds, and 2 baths

Price: $419,500
Size: 2,467 sq. ft., 4 beds, and 4 baths

Price: $1,100,000
Size: 3,828 sq. ft., 4 beds, and 4 baths

Still want to see more options? Keep scrolling for more listings. Or check out our complete list of nearby homes in our real-estate section for the Smyrna-Vinings area.

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TruAmerica Expands Into Georgia With Acquisition of Two Atlanta Communities for $127 Million

ATLANTA, GA – TruAmerica Multifamily in partnership with Tokyu Land US Corporation has made its first investments in Georgia acquiring two Atlanta apartment communities in separate transactions totaling $127.35 million.

Since entering the Southeast property markets in 2016, TruAmerica has focused its investments largely in Florida, where it has opened a regional office and built a sizeable portfolio of nearly 4,000 units in Orlando, Tampa, Fort Myers and Palm Beach. Having developed the necessary infrastructure to manage a growing regional portfolio, the firm felt increasingly comfortable with its plans to enter new markets in 2019, according to TruAmerica Senior Managing Director of Acquisitions and Co-Chief Investment Officer Matthew Ferrari.

“We look at new markets very strategically and cautiously, and the acquisition of Vinings Corner in Smyrna and The Prato at Midtown in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward was the right opportunity to enter the Georgia market and expand our footprint in the Southeast in a very meaningful way,” said Ferrari. “We’ve been in the market for several months and the competition for well-located communities with value-add upside, has been extremely fierce. In the end, the sellers were looking for high-quality bidders with the ability to execute and close.”

Vinings Corner is a 360-unit community located at 2101 Paces Ferry Road SE in Smyrna and the broader Vinings/Cumberland submarket, one of Atlanta’s largest employment centers. Built in 1983, Vinings Corner, which will be rebranded as Junction at Vinings, represents a true value add opportunity as only three percent of the apartment homes have been fully renovated. Anticipated upgrades to the one- and two-bedroom apartment homes include new appliances, stone countertops, cabinet faces and pulls, hard-surface flooring and upgraded plumbing and lighting fixtures. TruAmerica also will implement modest upgrades to the exterior and common areas including the pool, fitness center and dog park.

In a separate transaction, the TruAmerica-led joint venture also acquired The Prato at Midtown, a 342-unit Class B property located at 400 Central Park Place, NE in the Old Fourth Ward, one of Atlanta’s fastest growing urban neighborhoods. Taking advantage of economies of scale, TruAmerica will implement a capital improvement program similar to that of Vinings Corner, with interior and exterior renovations and upgrades.

This is TruAmerica’s first joint venture with Tokyu Land US Corporation (TLUS), a subsidiary of Tokyu Land Corporation, one of the largest Japanese real estate firms. TLUS focuses on real estate development and investment in major gateway cities in the U.S.

Both acquisitions were leveraged with attractive 10-year financing from Freddie Mac arranged by Brian Eisendrath of CBRE Capital Markets, Inc. for Vinings Corner, and Trevor Fase and Russell Dey of Walker & Dunlop.

Atlanta-based CBRE Southeast Multifamily, led by Vice Chairman Kevin Geiger marketed Vinings Corner on behalf of the seller. Atlanta-based Jones Lang LaSalle Managing Director’s David Gutting and Derrick Bloom marketed Prato at Midtown on behalf of the seller.

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Find the Best Real Estate Agents in Atlanta, GA

In Atlanta, no matter what real estate needs you have, you’ll need one of the best real estate agents to get you the price you want. There are a total of 9,645 real estate agents active in Atlanta, but the top real estate agents in the area are proven to get better outcomes for their clients.

According to real estate transaction data analysis, the top 5% of seller’s agents in Atlanta, on average, sell homes for $80,541 more money than the average Atlanta real estate agent. The top 5% of buyer’s agents generally save clients 0.6% more than the average real estate agent in Atlanta.

U.S. News has partnered with HomeLight to use actual real estate sales data to compare the performance of real estate agents and Realtors® across the United States. For Atlanta, we analyzed real estate data including, but not limited to: how many properties the real estate agents have worked with, how quickly they’ve sold or bought properties for their clients and how much money they’ve earned or saved their clients.

U.S. News’ Find an Agent tool identifies your individual needs, maps your needs to an advanced real estate database, and then connects you with the most qualified real estate agents for you in Atlanta. Your top real estate agent and RealtorⓇ recommendations are unbiased: Agents can’t pay for placement and your matches are based solely on how the agents handled properties like yours in the past. Agents are compared to all other agents in the area on key performance indicators like transaction volume, listings, days on market, sale price to list price ratio, property type expertise, and other relevant data points in their transaction histories. To learn more about HomeLight’s real estate database and algorithm visit How We Identify Top Real Estate Agents.

HomeLight’s Matching Engine incorporates 20+ quantitative and qualitative data points to identify the top-performing agents in your city for your specific criteria.

When you find Top Real Estate Agents in Atlanta through U.S. News, we will email you up to three top real estate agents we’ve identified that meet your criteria, as well as call you to learn more about your real estate needs. We will share with you these real estate agents’ past transactions, areas of expertise, and reviews from past clients. Then you can ultimately decide which real estate agent best suits your needs.

Name Recent Transactions Avg Price The J. Keller Williams 500+ $131,000 – $449,900 Andy P. Keller Williams 410 $153,500 – $627,000 Cindy B. Keller Williams 349 $120,000 – $350,000 Janet W. Keller Williams 136 $205,500 – $675,000 Laura M. Keller Williams 479 $162,000 – $456,400 Cleve G. RE/MAX 500+ $147,000 – $507,000 Tamara B. Keller Williams 373 $160,000 – $553,000 Courtney N. Keller Williams 500+ $81,000 – $327,000 Winter B. 159 $148,500 – $578,000 Madalyn S. Keller Williams 348 $175,000 – $825,000

In the past 12 months, the price of homes sold in Atlanta ranged between $18,500 and $1,489,000. Last year, 8,866 homes were sold while median home prices increased by 9.21%. Atlanta properties typically sell for 93.94% of the list price. The average Atlanta house stays on the market for 75 days.

Atlanta has a population of 449,185 people in 134.36 square miles. There are 186,004 households in the city, 42% of which are families. If you move to Atlanta, you can generally expect to commute to work between 20 to 24 minutes.

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‘There’s all this stress.’ Federal workers navigate longest-ever shutdown

A typical afternoon in the middle of the week would find Chelsea Goddard picking up her kids from school, her husband at work. These aren’t typical times.

Goddard’s husband is a furloughed federal employee, and with his next paycheck coming who knows when, they have swapped roles.

“I went out and got a job as a waitress, so my husband is taking the role of stay-at-home parent,” she said from her Coweta County home Wednesday afternoon. She was taking a break from studying the menu of Nic and Norman’s, the Senoia restaurant co-owned by “The Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus, to prepare for her first training shift. Her husband, who didn’t want to be named, and whose agency they didn’t want identified, had gone to pick up the children.

“It’s a big adjustment,” said Goddard, whose husband is a military veteran. “He’s a hero. He’s worked for the government his entire life.”

Nearly 16,000 Georgians, or about 22 percent of the state’s federal civilian workforce, have been furloughed or working without pay during the partial federal government shutdown.

“It’s frustrating. As federal employees, we’re a pawn in a chess game,” said Cobb County resident Donna Bowman, senior information technology project manager for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. “I’m a veteran. I am 54 and I joined the Army when I was 21. I’ve spent 33 years of my life serving our country. To see something like this is really disheartening.”

Friday marked the first payday without a paycheck for the roughly 800,000 affected federal employees nationwide, more than half of whom have had to continue working.

“I’m single. I help support my parents,” said Bowman, who is on furlough. “My mom called me one day last week and said, ‘What should I do about my electric bill?’ She is concerned. She relies on me.”

Many locally impacted federal employees work at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, including David Kirsh, who lives in Senoia. An airway transportation systems technician deemed “essential,” he has been reporting to work as usual at the Hartsfield-Jackson air traffic control tower, working 10-hour shifts to maintain equipment, with no idea when his bank account will reflect his efforts.

“Our obligation to our debtors is not changing and we have to keep working, but we’re not being paid,” said Kirsh, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. “There’s all this stress. But we still want to provide the safest airspace there is.”

Kirsh and his wife, Krista, have been taking a hard look at their budget, wondering if they’ll have to sell their home to avoid defaulting on their mortgage and trying to figure out which bills they can afford to pay, and when.

“My wife and I will have to get together and prioritize who gets paid and who doesn’t,” he said.

The shutdown, the nation’s longest as of Saturday, began on Dec. 22. President Donald Trump, who wants $5.7 billion for a U.S.-Mexico border wall, and congressional Democrats, who aren’t budging, have been at an impasse. The Democratic-controlled House voted on Friday to fund and reopen several agencies, a move that got nowhere with the Republican-controlled Senate.

“It’s an unfortunate situation to feel that arguments in D.C. are being put on the backs of federal workers,” said Dan McCabe, a controller at the Federal Aviation Administration’s Atlanta Air Route Control Center in Hampton. With many of his colleagues furloughed, preparation for the huge influx of flights expected ahead of the upcoming Super Bowl has been forced into a holding pattern, he said.

“When we work events as busy as the Super Bowl, it takes a lot of planning, a lot of foresight, a lot of strategic planning,” McCabe said. “Those meetings have been canceled.”

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution connected with more than a dozen federal employees and their family members this week, most of whom didn’t want to be named for fear of reprisals. They expressed anxiety about mounting bills now, dread the backlog once they do return to work, and are dismayed at leaving their posts unmanned in the meantime.

An IRS manager in Atlanta who isn’t supposed to talk to the press said she could miss two or three paychecks, then would need to find other work to survive financially. She agonizes over her lower-paid colleagues, with whom she has been on the job without pay.

“It breaks my heart,” she said.

A National Park Service ranger, one of just a few on duty locally, cruised by the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area’s Paces Mill Unit in Vinings the other day as a group of hikers were picking up trash. The weary-looking ranger was not authorized to speak to the media, but she did spend a little time chatting with volunteers and saluting their efforts before heading on.

Hiker Elizabeth Marsala thanked the National Park Service ranger, one of a few on duty lately, who cruised by the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area’s Paces Mill Unit last week. Volunteers met early one morning to pick up trash, since the Park Service site is without regular maintenance during the partial government shutdown. (Jennifer Brett / AJC)

“There’s got to be an answer,” said volunteer Elizabeth Marsala, who thanked the ranger for persevering.

Jeffrey Fleming, assistant regional director for external affairs in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s southeast region, has been working without pay but is most concerned about his colleagues.

“Folks go into this line of work because they love it,” the 15-year veteran said. “It’s an awesome place to work. We are blessed with a lot of folks who have a lot of passion, a lot of creativity.”

He misses seeing them. His Atlanta office usually hums with the energy of around 180 employees. These days only a handful — those whose jobs are funded by outside sources — are around.

“If you’re 15 years into your career, you probably have a little bit of a rainy day fund,” Fleming said. “But if you’re just getting started, maybe you’re not as liquid as you might be. I’m worried about some of the folks on the bottom half of our pay scale.”

Chip Daymude, who works for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service arm, has been spending more time with his 18-month-old, Penny, during the shutdown. The family is getting by on his wife’s income as a nurse, and he feels confident about eventually receiving back pay, as he has following other shutdowns. But he frets for the colleagues who are married to other federal workers and have no income at the moment, and for the contractors who face a return without pay for lost time.

“Those are my co-workers, those are my friends,” Daymude said. “It’s hard to see them punished for something they didn’t do.”

Chip Daymude, with the Department of Agriculture, holds his 18-month-old daughter Penny as he discusses the federal shutdown while relaxing at SweetWater Brewing Company, which was offering free food and beer to furloughed federal workers on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton/ccompton@ajc.com)

He stressed that despite the uncertainty of the moment, he has no complaints.

“I still really love being a federal employee. The benefits far outweigh the sacrifice,” said Daymude, whose agency works with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC). “My favorite thing about my job is feeding hungry babies.”

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, Georgia’s former governor, has announced the programs are funded through February.

On Thursday night, Daymude and Penny joined a few other feds at SweetWater Brewery, which was offering a couple of free brews for any furloughed worker. Maureen Hill, an archivist at the National Archives and Records Administration, has weathered prior shutdowns and is using this one for personal enrichment. Senior University of Greater Atlanta in Tucker offers an array of courses, and Hill highly recommends “Quantum Physics for the Layperson.”

“I’ll be doing this until I go back to work,” she said. “I think I’m going to take the geology class tomorrow.”

Sharing the table were Daria Labinsky, an archivist at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, and her husband, Stan Hieronymus, author of several books about beer.

“We have savings, so we aren’t living day to day,” he said. “We appreciate that there are people who are.”

Staff writer Matt Kempner contributed to this article.

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25 new GI/endoscopy centers in 2018

Here are 25 new GI practices and endoscopy centers opened or announced in the past year.

Washington, D.C.-based Capital Digestive Care purchased a 100,000-square-foot medical complex in Rockville, Md. The building will have an ASC, practice space, office space, infusion services and nutritional services.

Marietta, Ga.-based WellStar Health broke ground on an outpatient surgery center May 1.

Stuart (Fla.) Surgery Center at Martin Health opened. The ASC was developed in partnership with Raleigh, S.C.-based Compass Surgical Partners.

Construction began on Colchester, Vt.-based Green Mountain Surgery Center in April.

Goshen (Ind.) Health’s outpatient surgery center was deemed fully functional April 19.

Marietta, Ga.-based WellStar Health System opened an outpatient surgery center in Vinings, Ga., April 16.

Supply, N.C.-based Novant Health Brunswick Endoscopy Center is set to open May 2.

Oxford-based Gastroenterology Associates of North Mississippi opened a new clinic in New Albany, Miss.

Pittsfield, Mass.-based Berkshire Medical Center opened an endoscopy center on its main campus, combining its ambulatory and inpatient offerings under one roof.

Hackensack Meridian Health Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank, N.J., opened a Digestive Care Center inside its ASC.

After three gastroenterologists expressed interest in joining Buffalo (N.Y.) Surgery Center, the center filed an application with the New York Department of Health to add a GI procedure room.

Oak Hill, W.Va.-based Plateau Medical Center broke ground on its first expansion in 40 years April 26. The medical center will add an endoscopy suite.

Memorial Hermann Cypress (Texas) Hospital’s recently approved $25 million expansion will include an endoscopy suite for GI procedures.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham opened its Multidisciplinary Colorectal Cancer Clinic Feb. 28.

New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System opened Mount Sinai Doctors Palm Beach (Fla.), focused on bringing primary care, cardiology, gastroenterology and ophthalmology services to the area.

Cleveland Clinic opened its Coral Springs (Fla.) Family Health System, which features an outpatient surgery center as well as endoscopy suites, July 1.

Dayton, Ohio-based Digestive Specialists plans to open a 28,000-square-foot office in Sugarcreek Township, Ohio, that will include two gastroenterologists and 20 employees.

Charlotte, N.C.-based Tryon Medical Partners filed a certificate-of-need application to construct a $2.8 million gastroenterology facility with an outpatient surgery center and four endoscopy rooms.

Cleveland Clinic Children’s opened a $28 million freestanding outpatient center Sept. 24

Jacksonville, Fla.-based Baptist Health will soon open a surgery center on Fleming Island, Fla.

San Gabriel, Calif.-based Pacifica Digestive Health relocated its office to San Gabriel Valley Medical Plaza’s fourth floor.

Gastroenterologist Judith Csanky, MD, opened a new clinic in Twin Falls, Idaho.

Hornell, N.Y.-based St. James Hospital cut the ribbon on its new medical office building. The 50,000-square-foot medical office building houses an array of outpatient services. Facility physicians specialize in services including ENT, gastroenterology, general surgery, cardiology, medical oncology, neurology and neurosurgery.

Cincinnati-based Ohio Gastroenterology and Liver Institute spent $3.9 million to open a third location in Liberty Township, Ohio.

Lancaster, Pa.-based RGI & MidAtlantic Endoscopy commenced its new surgery center project with a wall-breaking ceremony. The practice is demolishing an existing medical office suite and building a new center in Penn Medicine Lancaster (Pa.) General Health’s Suburban Pavilion.

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Great GA Estates: NFL Player’s Home, Iconic Auburn Home

Whether you’re looking for a new home or the latest in design trends or just looking for ample square footage for more closet space or a walk-in shower — why not start at the top?

Here are some of the top homes featured this week on Patch sites in the Atlanta area. Click on the photo or the headline for more photos and info.

You can also scroll down for a list of the latest homes on the market a little closer to home.

Features: Designed from the ground up this home embodies character, strength and integrity. Every aspect designed and brought to life by NFL MVP, Hines Ward! The heart and soul of a legend lie within the walls of this amazing home. The landscape design was orchestrated to provide privacy but not distract from the art deco styling of the home. Slip into total tranquility with the sounds of cascading waterfalls. An entertainment paradise in the ultimate man cave, expansive salt water pool, separate hot tub, outdoor kitchen, bar, candle lit grotto, cabana and basketball court!

Features: Bull Realty is pleased to present this opportunity to acquire an Atlanta architectural landmark. This iconic building with breathtaking skyline views is currently comprised of 5 levels and features expansive windows, energy efficient design, secure parking and multiple observation decks in addition to high ceilings and exposed brick walls. The flexible C-2 zoning allows for a variety of uses. This high-profile property has limited interior tours to qualified buyers.

Features: Stunning and meticulously maintained custom home in sought after Sentinel On The River. The thoughtfully designed open and light-filled floor plan has been thoroughly updated. Gourmet kitchen features high-end stainless appliances. The spacious fireside keeping room is one of the many desirable features of this lovely home. Master on the main. Finished terrace level with billiard room, fitness room, and guest suite with full bath. Minutes to the Chattahoochee River, biking/hiking trails, golf. Easy access to GA 400, Dunwoody, and historic downtown Roswell.

Features: Stunning home in Governors Towne Club! Grand foyer! Fireside study! Formal dining! Separate family room! Kitchen features stacked stone details & SS appliances! Fireside keeping room w/vaulted ceiling & built-ins! Master suite w/walk-in closet & spa-like master bath! Three secondary bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, & bonus room upstairs! Finished basement w/living, billiard room, 2nd kitchen, dining, media room, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, half bath, & extra storage! Backyard retreat w/large balcony, covered patio, fire pit, & in-ground pool! View of lake & golf course!

Features: Traverse the 1/4 mile driveway to find you own luxury retreat offering the utmost privacy featuring a beautiful executive home on over 29 majestic acres adorned by a pond, tennis court, basketball court and swimming pool. Home includes well-appointed kitchen, four fireplaces, large owners suite, large secondary bedrooms, keeping room, and In-Law suite in full finished basement and much more. All of this located in a prime location just 3 miles West of GA Hwy 400 and within minutes of shopping, restaurants, Lake Lanier and even the North Georgia Mountains.

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Smyrna-Vinings: 5 Open Houses Near You (PICS)

SMYRNA-VININGS, GA — Shopping around for a home online can feel like a waste of time. To get a real feel for a house, you really have to see it in person. That’s the beauty of the IRL open house: No more guessing!

Ready to see what’s out there? To jump-start your search, we’ve compiled a list of the five latest homes to hit the open-house circuit in the Smyrna-Vinings area. That way, you can get a feel for the current offerings prior to committing to anything.

Below is an address, photo, price, home size and open-house time for each property on our list — including one in the Smyrna area with 3 beds and 4 baths for $549,900, and another in the Smyrna area with 3 beds and 2 baths for $210,000.

Click on any address for more photos and details. Happy house hunting!

Price: $210,000
Size: 3 beds, and 2 baths
Open house: Saturday, December 15th at 1:00 pm

Price: $391,125
Size: 4,222 sq. ft, 5 beds, and 4 baths
Open house: Sunday, December 16th at 2:00 pm

Price: $549,900
Size: 3,084 sq. ft., 3 beds, and 4 baths
Open house: Saturday, December 15th at 12:00 pm

Price: $499,999
Size: 4,026 sq. ft., 5 beds, and 4 baths
Open house: Saturday, December 15th at 3:00 pm

Price: $302,000
Size: 2,326 sq. ft., 4 beds, and 4 baths
Open house: Friday, December 14th at 8:00 am

Still haven’t gotten your fill? Keep scrolling for more listings. Or check out our complete list of nearby open houses in Patch’s real-estate section for the Smyrna-Vinings area.

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Vinings Business of the Year to be Announced 12/4

The Vinings Business Association (VBA) will announce its "2018 Vinings Business or Organization of the Year" award and Dale Cardwell will speak on Dec 4, during the VBA luncheon held 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, at the Georgian Club, 100 Galleria Pkwy, 17th Floor, Atlanta, GA 30339. Guests, visitors, members and the general public are invited and all attendees need to pre-register online on the website, www.ViningsBuisiness.com. The finalists are: WellStar Vinings Health Park, Braves Development Company (for the Battery Atlanta) Vinings Cumberland Rotary Club, Vinings Community Conservation Alliance and The Front Porch of Vinings.
"The speaker for the program is consumer investigative authority Dale ("TrustDALE) Cardwell and we encourage all members to attend and we also invite non members, guests, Vinings residents, visitors, new businesses and interested citizens to attend as well," said association chair Glenn Christian.
"Just go to the website, www.viningsbusiness.com and pre-register online at least 48 hours in advance to guarantee lunch," he added. The overall program is held from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm and is $22 for members, $27 for non-members or guests who pre-register online or $35 at the door for non pre-registered or non members. The 2018 winner will be selected by the VBA Board of Directors.
Previous winners were Chick-Fil-A (2006), SOHO restaurant (2009), Courtyard Atlanta Vinings Hotel (2010), Vinings Jubilee (2011), Vinings Historic Preservation Society (2012), The Bright Side, Vinings Edition (2013), Social Vinings restaurant (2014), Walton Communities Vinings (2015), Vinings Village Civic Club (2016) and Fidelity Bank, Vinings Branch (2017).

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