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Residence at Riverwatch

     Residence at Riverwatch is a 260-dwelling residential community located in Augusta, Georgia.


     Opened in October 2018, the asset consists of one, two, and three-bedroom luxury homes in four-story elevator-serviced buildings. Interior features include: hardwood flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel kitchen appliances, kitchen island, panty, washer and dryer in every home, attractive lighting and plumbing fixtures, and spacious closets. Community amenities include: elevators in each building, clubhouse with state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga studio, cyber café, great room with bar, resort-style swimming pool with grilling stations, separate pool house/community room, outdoor fireplace and firepits, floating dock, dog park and pet wash station, and walking/fitness trail.

     Located less than 5 miles from Augusta National – the home of the annual Masters golf tournament – Residence at Riverwatch is a low-density community, built on 22 tranquil acres with direct access to the Augusta Canal. The asset is located within the Village at Riverwatch planned mixed use development. The property is within walking-distance to Costco Wholesale, Cabela’s, a 14-screen IMAX movie theater, and retail and restaurants. The property is supported by numerous and diversified demand drivers: Augusta University Hospital and Medical Center, Doctor’s Hospital, Trinity Hospital, Augusta University, Augusta Technical College, Augusta National Golf Club, Fort Gordon, NSA/Cyber Command, Plant Vogtle and the Savannah River Site. Other major employers include Unisys, Club Car, EZ GO Textron and ADP.


     In partnership with Intermark Development, One Stone Realty led site selection, project concept, site acquisition, entitlement, project design, permitting, and capitalization.

Project Architect: FMK Architects

Civil Engineer: Cranston Engineering Group

Landscape Design: J. Lancaster Associates

General Contractor: Connelly Builders

Developers: One Stone Realty and Intermark Development

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