The site plan for Tributary, a 1,475-acre mixed-used community 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta.
The size of the Tributary site allows for a truly mixed-use master plan integrating and interconnecting a range of residential neighborhoods, a village center with boutique retailers, a town center for national retailers, a supermarket-anchored community center, and a park of commerce with mid-rise office buildings.
The design includes a walkable Main Street lined with retail shops, an area that will accommodate a supermarket and a “big box” retailer, office space, and approximately 400 residential units. The Tributary Park of Commerce, where the Red Cross of America has opened its new LEED-certified regional headquarters, will feature up to 1.5 million square feet of low- and mid-rise office buildings. The overall master plan takes a unique approach to recreation, dispersing opportunities throughout the community to make them more accessible to all residents rather than concentrating them all in one central area
More than 35 percent of Tributary’s 1,475 acres will be dedicated to green space and recreation.
At its development, Tributary represents the largest commitment to green building in Atlanta and one of the largest in America. All of its nearly 3,000 homes—single-family detached, townhomes, and multi-family—are being built to the exacting specifications of the EarthCraft House™ program of the Southface Energy Institute and the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association.