Windermere Property Management, an Alliance Property Management subsidiary, has purchased a piece of land from Georgia Unclosed Properties, which is a Georgia-based nonprofit organization.
Windermemere Property manager, Bob McNeill, said in a press release that he and his partners decided to buy the property because they “believe it is in the best interest of our community and the community at large.”
The property is located on a piece-of-land lot in a residential subdivision of Lake City, Georgia.
The property, which has a lot of trees and an attractive green roof, has been vacant for some time.
Windemere Properties plans to install a solar array and water heating system at the property.
McNeill and the partners will be working with a community-based group to restore the property to its former glory.
The purchase price for the property was $1,200,000, which included $500,000 for the initial purchase price.
The land is about 20 acres and has been used for residential, commercial, and agricultural uses.
The group hopes to restore a piece or portion of the property that has been lost due to the loss of trees over the years.
Windera Properties plans on using the property for solar energy storage.
The solar array is currently installed on the roof, which will provide solar power for the future.
Winderma Properties is also interested in acquiring a piece from a former property manager who is now the owner of a nearby farm.
The owner of the farm is an Alliance property management affiliate who owns the property in Lake City.
The farm is in a rural area.
The Alliance property manager, Tim Pohlman, has said that he will donate his farm to Windera and Windermire Property Management to restore it to its original glory.