Vista Residential announces Oak Grove Vista to open in 2024

Concept rendering for Jonesboro Road mixed use development (Vista Realty Partners photo).
(Vista Residential photo)

Vista Residential Partners announced its latest project in Henry County: Oak Grove Vista. MHF News previously reported on the project at the time of rezoning.

Oak Grove Vista will be a new mixed use development located on thirty-three acres off Jonesboro Road. The property is between Foster Drive and Mt. Carmel Road east of I-75.

About Oak Grove Vista

The new development will include 348 apartment units as well as commercial space. A notable element of this project not common in Henry County will be a significant amount of ground-floor retail space vertically integrated into the apartments. This promotes walkability and often results in a higher-end final product.

The following is from the company press release about the project:

Oak Grove Vista will be the first development of its kind in McDonough and will welcome residents in Spring 2024.

Strategically located along Atlanta’s key transportation artery, Intestate 75, Oak Grove Vista’s location appeals to those who desire a suburban lifestyle while maintaining direct thoroughfares to the economic hubs of Atlanta CBD, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and the immense South Atlanta Industrial Corridor.

Located along I-75, Georgia’s primary logistics corridor lies between the world’s busiest airport and the expanding Port of Savannah. McDonough provides the ideal strategic location for large distribution centers and provides convenient access to over 285,000 jobs. Via I-75, Oak Grove Vista offers a quick commute to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the largest job base in the state with 63,000 direct jobs and 450,000 indirect jobs.

“Henry County’s spectacular growth is similar to what occurred in Gwinnett County during the 80s and 90s,” said Eduard de Guardiola, CEO of Vista Residential Partners. “We have made a significant financial commitment to this area and are excited to be a part of its success story for the next decade.”

The community will offer a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment homes averaging almost 1,000 square feet. Designed by architect Niles Bolton, the garden-style apartments will feature stainless steel appliances, 9-foot ceilings, vinyl plank flooring, in-unit washers and dryers, and dining-size kitchen islands. Oak Grove Vista will also feature a luxury clubhouse, resort-style pool, co-working space, fitness center, a large pet park, walking trail, 24/7 package concierge, and 30,000 SF of walkable retail and restaurants.

“The Vista team is thrilled to continue to build on our recent success in Henry County with what will be a unique development offering residents a lifestyle option that was previously only available in more urban locations”, said Michael Neyhart, Managing Director for Vista Residential Partners. “The booming economic activity and population growth in McDonough is driving demand for high-end retail, restaurant, and housing options.”

Vista Residential & Henry County

Vista Residential previously constructed the Carmel Vista apartments on Mt. Carmel Road. The 228-unit project opened in early 2021. Concurrently to Oak Grove Vista, they have plans for a large development in Stockbridge. The project is proposing over 1,300 new housing units off Flippen Road.

Reeves Creek Vista is presently undergoing a development of regional impact (DRI) review. The state review for large projects will provide comments on the projected traffic impacts and any environmental concerns. The city of Stockbridge cannot consider action on the project until the review is complete.

Featured image shows the architectural rendering for Oak Grove Vista. Photo credit Vista Residential Partners.

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Clayton Carte is the founder and owner of MHF News. He founded the site in 2017 to highlight transportation projects. Over time, he began covering other topics like new development so residents can best know what’s happening in our community.