Halcyon Chooses Comcast to Create Gigabit Community in Forsyth County, Ga.

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ATLANTA — Comcast announced that it has been named exclusive marketing partner to Halcyon, a $370-million mixed-use community of private residences, retail, hotels and offices being developed in south Forsyth County, Ga. The 135-acre development, near the intersection of Georgia 400’s Exit 12 and McFarland Parkway, will be the first gigabit community in Forsyth County. Service will be delivered fiber to the unit in all cases.

Comcast has been selected to deliver a suite of gig-powered video, voice and high-speed data services to the development’s businesses and residential properties. Comcast also plans to install dozens of outdoor Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots, providing nearly seamless online access for guests and residents who take advantage of Halcyon’s 50-acres of green space and trails. Xfinity Communities will provide advanced services to the development’s residential properties, and Comcast Business has been selected to power Halcyon’s retail, hotels, offices and outdoor spaces.

Halcyon will offer 360,000 square feet of retail and office space, and will include two boutique hotels, a town center, and a high-end, dine-in movie theater. The mixed-use community will also offer 87 detached houses, 155 townhouses and 448 apartments. Atlanta-based developer RocaPoint Partners is overseeing the project, the first phase of which is slated to open in fall 2017.

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