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Ribbon cutting and town hall for new home development community in Talladega

Ribbon cutting and town hall for new home development community in Talladega

(Talladega, AL) A ribbon-cutting ceremony and town hall meeting will be held Friday, August 11, 2023, in the Timber Ridge community, where plans are underway to develop 200 new homes. The ribbon cutting will begin at 11 a.m. and the town hall will begin at 1 p.m. Both events will be held in the clubhouse at 101 Ironaton Road, Talladega, Alabama.

Prospective homeowners and other attendees will have an opportunity to view floor plans and fixtures; enjoy food and prizes; and learn about pre-sale incentives that include upgraded flooring and lighting. There will be lenders and real estate agents on hand to help prospective buyers pre-qualify for homes.

“We are excited about developing an inviting, family-oriented community with green spaces, walking trails, and fishing ponds,” said Combined Construction Services CEO James Nash, who has invested in several properties in Talladega and recently cleared approximately 10 acres of blight at a mobile home community at 830 Mountain View Road.  “We chose to invest in Talladega because of its people and its tremendous growth potential. I have worked throughout the country and I have never before met people who are so open and welcoming.”

City Manager Seddrick Hill Sr. added that the Timber Ridge development, which is located on the former Timber Ridge Golf Course, will create valuable workforce development opportunities.

“Talladega is on an upward trajectory. Over thirty new businesses have opened in the past year. We have demolished 36 abandoned buildings in Knoxville and 15 in Brecon. We launched a paving program and we will soon open a downtown pocket park. In addition, we are a designated Main Street Alabama community,” said Hill. “Our city is poised for growth and this is a great time to expand housing options for current and future residents. Workplace development is also a critical issue and this project will provide training and job opportunities for students from Central Alabama Community College and Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind.”

The developers plan to begin with homes that are 1000 square ft. or smaller during the first phase of construction.

For more information, please call 770-990-9225.

PHOTO: City Manager Seddrick Hill Senior, Combined Construction Services CEO James Nash and Combined Construction Services Vice President Steven Costello