Multifamily Development Opportunity | 22 Acres

Forest Park Blvd West Point, GA 31833

Forest Park Blvd , West Point, GA, 31833
Forest Park Blvd , West Point, GA, 31833
Property Type:
Multifamily Land
Last Verified:
Dec 16, 2019


  • 22 acres of land approved by City of West Point for 228 units
  • Full set of development & building plans available
  • Less than 15 minutes from KIA Motors Manufacturing Georgia
  • $55,020 Avg HH Income within a one-mile radius
  • 17,000 Daytime Employment in 10 miles
  • All utilities are available to the site including sanitation sewer
  • 2017 Population within a five radius: 18,115
  • Zoned R-2


This offering is for a fully entitled multifamily site in West Georgia near the City of West Point, about one-hour from Downtown Atlanta. The site consists of approximately 22 acres and has been site planned for 228 apartment units. The property is located 1.3 miles north of the City of West Point, GA, less than 1 mile from the Chattahoochee River, less than 2 miles from I-85 and 5.5 miles from the KIA Motors Manufacturing Plant.

This property is located in West Point, GA, approximately one hour west of Atlanta. It is situated in close proximity to the Chattahoochee River and the Alabama state line.

Lot Size: 22.0 acres

Map of Forest Park Blvd , West Point, GA, 31833

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