PRLog (Press Release)
- Sep. 21, 2011 -
Franklin, NC – A significant portion of the Wildflower Development is getting the help it needed. Approximately 98 finished lots and acreage for future development encompassing over 500 acres are under new ownership. Leed Enterprises, LLC as the new developer, has worked closely with Macon County Officials to complete a new road and has created park area where the old road was; repurposing that land where previous contractors erred in failing to cap a spring resulting in unstable soil conditions and a previous road slide.
The new developers have retained a national, top-100 ENR geotech engineering company, ECS (www.ecslimited.com)
, who has been working in conjunction with a local engineering firm, CETech of Franklin, NC (www.cetechengineering.com)
. Together with Leed’s team of experts they have facilitated multiple solutions and will continue to see the project through completion. “We have retained the brightest minds in the region in order to successfully produce superior building sites for residential construction”
said Managing Director of Leed Enterprises, John Williams.
The development subdivision is a group of well-funded, seasoned developers who purchase undervalued assets from the FDIC and lending institutions throughout the southeast. Their expertise and experience is in single and multi-family resort projects as well as retail and commercial developments in the US and Central America.
The Leed Enterprises’
purchase in the remainder of the Wildflower Development project boasts over 3,600 foot elevations with magnificent, panoramic views. This unique, luxury community includes amenities such as a magnificently appointed clubhouse with salt water pool and fitness center. “Wildflower is a premium, gated subdivision only minutes from downtown Franklin and 20 minutes from Harrah’s - HET (NYSE) Cherokee Casino (www.harrahscherokee.com)
, said Williams. “Wildflower is an amazing place and we are excited to be part of this exceptional property”
For more information contact:
John Williams – Managing Director
Wildflower Project – Leed Enterprises, LLC