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Full Circle Real Estate Group: Athens Real Estate, Sustainable Real Estate

Who Are We?

Full Circle Real Estate Group is a full-service real estate firm focused on servicing our clients around the in-town residential and commercial markets, while leading the way in promoting sustainable, energy-efficient and environmentally-conscious living and working environments.

We are a group of green-minded real estate professionals who care about maintaining neighborhood character and strengthening our community. We love Athens and want to see its eclectic and unique neighborhoods and historic districts flourish.

Welcome to Full Circle!

Chase Street Elementary Wins National Recognition

We have many homes available for purchase in the Chase Street Elementary School District, so we were excited to hear about the school's recent achievement:

Chase Street Elementary School recently was named a National Title I Distinguished School by the National Title I Association, an honor given this year to just 59 schools throughout the country. 

The Georgia Department of Education nominated the school for the award.

“It is an honor to have the hard work and commitment of our teachers, students, parents and community partners recognized at the national level,” said Chase Street Principal Adam Kurtz. “We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to share with the public some of the student growth and learning that we witness daily.”

Read more HERE courtesy of The Athens Banner-Herald

24 January 2014

Posted by Katie Throne

Our Clients Win Garden and Gun Magazine's Made in the South Awards

When Zach and Lauren O'Bryan asked me to sell their home last year, they said they wanted to head south to help Lauren's parents run their dairy farm and start their own ice cream business. They were excited to make their dream a reality. We sold quickly and now a year-and-a-half later the gelato-style ice cream they are making on their Marianna, FL, dairy farm is the Overall Winner in Garden and Gun Magazine's Made in the South Awards.

"We love Garden and Gun Magazine and never dreamt our ice cream would be in there," Lauren said. "Thanks for helping us sell our house so we could make all of this happen!"

Click HERE to read their profile in Garden and Gun and go to www.southerncraftcreamery.com. Online ice cream orders available soon! Congrats to the O'Bryans! - Katie

04 December 2013

Posted by Katie Throne

Athens Named One of Seven Best Cities for Organic Food

For good reasons, organic food has officially become a healthy long-term “trend.” Some people, though, have been eating organic for decades and many more put a lot of effort into living an organic lifestyle every single day, not just when eating at locavore restaurants (where the food served is grown locally) and shopping at specialty food stores. Their efforts, lifestyle, and commitment to healthy living have helped create remarkable cities, towns, and communities. Of course, to be a truly great organic community, a town must be livable as well as delicious.

So here you have it! We compiled a list of the SEVEN BEST CITIES in the U.S. for eating organically every day, some that are probably obvious and some, well, not so much. Click HERE

02 December 2013

Posted by Katie Throne

Selig Enterprises Abandons Plans for Downtown

After two years of redesigns and at-times fierce community debate, the Selig Enterprises development in downtown Athens is dead.

The Atlanta-based firm abandoned its plans for the $90 million mixed-use development after market analysis and attempts to find funding for the project, according to a news release issued Tuesday evening.

The project would have covered three city blocks, with several buildings rising five and six stories high on nine acres between East Broad and Oconee streets on the Armstrong & Dobbs tract. Plans for the project, dubbed the Foundry at Broad, called for 102,000 square feet of commercial floor space and almost 1,000 bedrooms.

“Over the past two years, we’ve invested a lot of time, energy, and financial resources trying to bring the Foundry at Broad project to fruition,” Jo Ann Chitty, Selig’s senior vice president, said in the statement. - read full article from The Athens Banner-Herald HERE

30 October 2013

Posted by Katie Throne

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