A blueprint for the Calonwilde Subdivision in Roswell. (CITY OF ROSWELL, PLANNING AND ZONING)

What’s being built at Old Scott and Holcomb Bridge roads?

This is “Actual Factual North Fulton.” A column where I, Mitchell Northam, will answer your questions about what’s going on in north Fulton County.

Several readers — including Don, Kim, Linda and Carol — have asked: “What is being built on the corner of Old Scott Road and Holcomb Bridge Road?”

Spoiler alert: It’s not a Whole Foods or a Super Target.

A company by the name of Traton Homes is building a subdivision there called “Calonwilde.” The development will feature 31 single-family homes.

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It’s unclear when construction will be completed, but the project has been approved by the city of Roswell, according to its website. A quick look at Google Maps shows that several acres of trees that once stood in the area have been cleared away.

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Traton Homes has offices based in Marietta and has been building housing for more than 45 years in the Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina, areas. In the metro Atlanta area, it operates communities in Cherokee, Kennesaw, Alpharetta, Suwanee, Milton, Smyrna, Marietta and Acworth.

We’ll continue to keep an eye on this and other developments in Roswell and north Fulton County.

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