Indigo Harbour

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Indigo Harbour

Indigo Harbour

Client: SL Watson Construction, Inc.
Location: Darien, GA
Size: 18.77 Acres
Service: Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Joseph P. Loretta, RLA, LEED®AP, BD+C
 

Indigo Harbour is adjacent to the Cathead River in Darien, Georgia. Genesis completed the first PUD rezoning within the city on this 18.77-acre tract, for a unique mixed-use community under a condominium ownership. The community includes: 32 cottage homes, 40 duplex units, 32 terrace villa units, 121 urban house units, and 32,000 sf of restaurant / office / commercial uses.

Other uses within the community include a community pool, internal public parks and squares, plaza areas, public and community docks, a dog park, and multiple other community spaces all blended together within a traditional Neighborhood Design.

This development incorporated many Green Growth Guidelines supported by the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Green Growth provides low impact development strategies that result in significant positive impacts on the environment. The overall community density was 12 dwelling units per acre while maintaining 46% of the sites in green space.

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Indigo Harbour


Darien, GA

Client:

SL Watson Construction, Inc.

Location:

Darien, GA

Size:

18.77 Acres

Service

Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:

Development of Regional Impact (DRI)
Master Planning
Planned Unit Development (PUD)
Rezoning
Urban Design

Indigo Harbour

Indigo Harbour is adjacent to the Cathead River in Darien, Georgia. Genesis completed the first PUD rezoning within the city on this 18.77-acre tract, for a unique mixed-use community under a condominium ownership. The community includes: 32 cottage homes, 40 duplex units, 32 terrace villa units, 121 urban house units, and 32,000 sf of restaurant / office / commercial uses.

Other uses within the community include a community pool, internal public parks and squares, plaza areas, public and community docks, a dog park, and multiple other community spaces all blended together within a traditional Neighborhood Design.

This development incorporated many Green Growth Guidelines supported by the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Green Growth provides low impact development strategies that result in significant positive impacts on the environment. The overall community density was 12 dwelling units per acre while maintaining 46% of the sites in green space.