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WaterWays launches second phase
Ridgewood Jul2013 phase 2 emphasis
This site plan highlights the RidgeWood Park neighborhood in WaterWays Township. The development is beginning its second phase and expanding its footprint within the neighborhood. - photo by Graphics provided

National developer Fletcher Management Company is expanding the footprint of their newest development, WaterWays Township, in Richmond Hill.  
The developer announced last week the implementation of 30 new homesites within its RidgeWood Park neighborhood.
The homes, which will feature Lowcountry architectural details, are expected to be available for touring and purchase this fall. A new model park will be built.  
“Our current level of sales success in today’s market is sufficient validation that moving forward with new construction projects, like the expansion of the popular RidgeWood Park neighborhood, is just a step in the right direction for our community’s development,” said Ron Lamm, project manager for Fletcher Management Company. “It’s a sign to current residents and potential home buyers alike that WaterWays Township is a community that is here for the long haul.”
The 30 lots will be developed in an area that features a 2-acre park as well as sites that have privacy along a wooded conservation preserve.  The park has a gazebo for outdoor entertaining.  
“With the market’s affirmation of our vision for Ridgewood Park’s Phase One offering, and the insights our homeowners have so openly shared with us, our expansion plans continue fueled with the benefits of these valuable perspectives,” said Vance Askew, sales and marketing director, WaterWays Township. “These new homesites will be slightly larger than Phase One, and many will back up to our conservation area, which is a highlight of this new phase.”  
WaterWays Township is a 2,300-acre master-planned community framed by more than 6 miles of Coastal Georgia marsh frontage and navigable waterways and lagoons. The township also has more than 450 acres of recreation and open spaces, nature and biking trails and a golf course.
New homes in the community are priced from the $230,000 range, with custom homesites in the low $60,000 range.  
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