Miller-Valentine Group Receives Funding for New Development in Pine Lake, Georgia


Pine Lake, GA (PRWEB) May 02, 2014

The Villas at Pine Lake, located at 4656 Rockbridge Roadway, will serve working families who prefer quality budget-friendly housing. The community will include a mix of 96 one, 2, and 3 room homes full with energy-efficient features and a plethora of features generally found in luxury neighborhoods. Rents, however, will be set at affordable rates.

. The Villas at Pine Lake will be the centerpiece of The City of Pine Lakes 2011 statutory redevelopment strategy for downtown revitalization. The level of neighborhood support this project has is genuinely remarkable, stated Brian McGeady, Partner & & President of Miller-Valentine Affordable Housing Development. Were delighted to be able to deal with the City of Pine Lake on this task.

. The project will begin in July 2014 with completion slated for Summertime 2015. The home will consist of on-site management, a community room for resident events and entertainment, a business center with computer work stations, as well as outdoor living areas.

. For more details on the development of The Villas at Pine Lake, or other Miller-Valentine Group neighborhoods, please call -LRB-888-RRB- 440-5619, or email us at villaspinelakes(at)propemail(dot)com; information is likewise readily available on YourNextPlacetoLive.com.

. About Miller-Valentine Group . Considering that our founding in 1963, Miller-Valentine Group has actually been committed to quality, value and service. Our vertically incorporated companies provide total realty options in the areas of Design/Build Construction, Development, Management, and Financing for both residential and commercial markets. They likewise supply Renovation, Brokerage, and Leasing services for industrial markets. All Miller-Valentine Group’s departments have incorporated to supply customers with even more than 13,000 domestic housing devices and over 50 million square feet of commercial area.

. Miller-Valentine Group establishes realty in the Midwest, Southeast, and Southwest regions of the nation, with offices in Dayton and Cincinnati, Ohio, Columbia and Charleston, South Carolina, Ft. Worth, Texas and Miami, Florida. As an industry leader they provide a large range of residential items, consisting of multi-family, single family, military housing, active adult, independent and helped living, as well as competent nursing communities. The business likewise offers a large variety of commercial products, including office, retail, lodging, health care, manufacturing and circulation properties.

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Pine Creek Gorge Vies for Title of 8th World Wonder


Wellsboro, PA (PRWEB) September 05, 2013

What do Pennsylvanias Pine Creek Gorge, Californias Golden Gate Bridge and Australias Ayers Rock share? If ideas consist of adjectives explaining how marvelous these landmarks are, people are not alone: these three treasures belong to a much larger list established by travel website Virtual Tourist for their 8th Wonder of the World contest.

. Virtual Traveler, a subsidiary of TripAdvisor Media Team, developed this contest in very early summertime and entrants were suggested by Visitors Bureaus, Tourism Boards and Chambers of Commerce; the outcome was a listing of more than 300 elections from around the world. Of these 300 entrants, Pine Creek Gorge and other widely known Pennsylvania locations made the list. But in the midst of sites widely well-known by worldwide crowds, why should Pine Creek Gorge win the title of 8th World Marvel? The response may be unexpected.

. Most generally referred to as the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, Pine Creek Gorge was formed throughout the last Glacial epoch; its formation was so prolific that it in fact triggered Pine Creek to flow in the contrary direction (southward rather of northward). The 20,000 year old spots is 47 miles long, stretching with Tioga and Lycoming Counties in northcentral Pennsylvania. At its largest point, the gorge is 1,450 feet deep and nearly a mile large. It functioned as a significant travel route and seasonal campsite for Native Americans and was home to giant trees such as Eastern White Pine, Eastern Hemlock and woods. The gorge has actually endured the lumber boom and deforestation during the 1800s, in addition to forest fires, landslides and flood throughout its extensive lifetime: visitors today may be shocked to discover that the forested hills that lay prior to them were once barren, and had it not been for the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s it would not be as beautiful as it is today. In 1968, the National forest Service designated a 12-mile area of the gorge as a National Natural Landmark; this area is the home of Leonard Harrison State Park and Colton Point State Park, which border the east and west rims of the gorge in Tioga County.

. Today, the fate of this recreation-rich location lays in voters hands in the 8th World Wonder contestsupporters can vote when per day until the contest ends on September 30. To elect this feat of nature, please go to http://www.virtualtourist.com/8thwonder, scroll down until you see Pine Creek Gorge and click on the Vote button. First time visitors to the Gorge should keep in mind that there is plenty to do and see: take in the vast landscape from either of the state parks, trip on among the many trails, swim or fish in Pine Creek (its one of the best trout streams in Pennsylvania!), or take a bike journey along the world-famous Pine Creek Rail Trail at the floor of the canyon. Required aid preparing a journey? Go to http://www.visittiogapa.com for location information, other tourist attractions, and dining and lodging ideas.

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