News

NorSouth Constructs is proud to share the successes of our unique construction process and unparalleled execution that surpasses the industry standard. We are pleased to be featured in numerous print and online publications, as well as have our team members quoted as experts in various industry articles and stories. We love to share our story—see samples of news coverage here.

Decatur Housing Authority’s Oliver House Honored

Written by Keith Loria. As published in Multi-Housing News, on November 7, 2013. Decatur, Ga.—The Atlanta Regional Commission named Oliver House, a new affordable seniors housing community developed by the Decatur Housing Authority, the 2013 Development of Excellence. Oliver House is the second of the three phases of the DHA’s…

Decatur Housing Authority’s Oliver House at Allen Wilson Named ARC 2013 Development of Excellence

As published in City Biz List Atlanta, November 4, 2013. Oliver House, the innovative, affordable senior housing complex developed by the Decatur Housing Authority (DHA), has been named the 2013 Development of Excellence by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC). The community was selected for exemplifying cutting-edge, livable design that enhances…

AHF Recognizes Industry’s Rising Stars

Affordable Housing Finance is recognizing seven young individuals who are rising stars in the industry. This year’s diverse group includes several developers, a housing finance agency representative, financing leaders, and a construction expert. Since 2008, AHF has been honoring men and women under 40 years of age who are building…

Multifamily Goes Green

Written by Colin Edelstein, Director of NorSouth Constructs. As published in Scotsman Guide’s Commercial Edition, August 2013. As the multifamily market continues to lead the commercial real estate recovery, more properties are being built to meet demand. With significant amounts of new construction coming online, green building has gained popularity…

NorSouth Constructs and Fickling & Company Begin Work on Luxury Ga. Community

As seen on Multi-Housing News Online. Evans, Ga.—In a joint venture, NorSouth Constructs and Fickling & Company have started to develop Lullwater at Riverwood, a luxury apartment community in Evans, Ga., which is a submarket of Augusta/Richmond County. “It is extremely gratifying to be involved in this exciting development as…

Luxury Apartments Being Built in Suburban Augusta – First of its Kind in Almost Fifteen Years

EVANS, Georgia (August 19, 2013) – NorSouth Constructs and Fickling & Company have begun construction on the luxury garden apartment development Lullwater at Riverwood. The development will total 350 units located in the highly desirable Evans submarket of the Augusta/Richmond County MSA at the prestigious Riverwood Plantation neighborhood. “Lullwater at…

Water Works: Builders Work Ways to Conserve Water

Posted by MultiFamily Executive on August 6, 2013 by Lindsay Machak. More than 70 percent of the nation is susceptible to a water shortage. In fact, 36 U.S. states are at risk for water shortages even without the threat of drought, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. So when…

NorSouth Constructs Opens New Office in Norcross

As published in Norcross News, May 2013 NorSouth Constructs, a premier construction firm that specializes in building award-winning mixed-use, senior, and multi-family communities, has opened up at new office at 3295 River Exchange in Norcross, Ga. It will be headed by Colin Edelstein, director of NorSouth Constructs. “Our new location…

Green Is the Mature Choice

Sustainable Senior-Housing Properties are Attractive to Everyone Involved By: Colin Edelstein as published in Scotsman Guide Edition, March 2013. The recent tough economic times have taken a toll on the incomes of Americans across the board, and seniors — those age 55 and older — are no exception. As many…

Multitude of Merits in Providing Energy-Efficient, Affordable Senior Communities

Many Americans age 55 and older are facing a looming financial crisis. Longer life spans, coupled with stagnant investments, the housing slump and overall economic downturn means seniors will live years, perhaps decades, on fixed incomes. A number of seniors and their caretakers have found that the options of staying…