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Georgia Club named top master planned community

Where to Retire Magazine has named The Georgia Club one of the best master-planned communities in the U.S. in its latest Top 50 Best Master-Planned Communities rankings.

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Where to Retire Magazine has named The Georgia Club one of the best master-planned communities in the U.Sin its latest Top 50 Best Master-Planned Communities rankings The magazine’s nine-month selection process reviews several hundred candidates across the country each yearThe 2013 initial selection featured communities from 17 states, and The Georgia Club was one of only five from Georgia. “The Georgia Club’s location and amenities offer its members a one-of-a-kind active lifestyle, and it’s great to be recognized for that,” Steve Crowell, senior director of Alvarez & Marsal Capital Real Estate, owners of The Georgia Club, said in a statement. Where to Retire focuses on communities rather than cities, though the Club’s proximity to Athens and Atlanta was highlighted “It has a small-town environment, but you’re close to the big city,” Georgia Club resident Bob Cullerton said in the magazine feature“Atlanta is only an hour away ..(and) it takes us only 20 minutes to get into the heart of Athens.” The club was recognized for offering its members a well-rounded, active lifestyle and positively impacting the economic health of the area, according to a press releaseThis is the third time the Georgia Club has been chosen for the list. BusinessprevHudson: A better stimulus is wage growthnextAthens-based Remain At Home Senior Care names new CFO Comments - Please Read Before Posting: We love our readers at, so we're giving you a soapboxIn return for giving you a place to speak your opinion, we simply ask you adhere to a few guidelinesWe expect our commenters to have lively discussions, but racist, hate-filled, harassing or libelous comments will not be toleratedPlease read our

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