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  • Halpern Enterprises to Break Ground On Multi-Use Development

    Atlanta-based Halpern Enterprises will break ground on a new 48-acre development that will add 153 single-family homes, a 274-unit luxury rental apartment community and a 47,593-square-foot neighborhood retail center to the Atlanta suburb of Smyrna, Ga.

    South 27 August 2014 18:21

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