Enclave at Depot Park is a new 78 unit Senior Living (55+) apartment community that is currently under construction. It is located at 2726 S Main St in Kennesaw, Georgia. The owners of this property have committed to energy efficiency and sustainability by enrolling this property to be certified in the EarthCraft Multifamily program and seeking the EarthCraft Platinum Certification.
Enclave at Depot Park is centrally located in Kennesaw with many community services and opportunities within a short walking or driving distance. These include medical services, banking, shopping, dining, varied professional services, places of worship, and city government services.
On Thursday, February 13th, Synergy visited the site to inspect the insulation in Building B, inspect the air sealing efforts in Building A, perform some rough-in duct testing in Building A, and view how the sheetrock efforts in Building C are going. Just like expected, the tests and inspections went well.
Each apartment will offer the following amenities:
Resident friendly layouts designed for both comfort and attractive entertainment of friends and family
Energy efficient appliances.
Energy efficient heating and cooling systems.
Washer and dryer hookups
ENERGY STAR® ceiling fans.
Along with the amenities offered in each apartment, the community will offer:
A community center with computer library
Furnished community room
The photo gallery below will show some of the beauty of Enclave at Depot Park. The gallery will grow with each inspection covering from start to finish.
Synergy Custom Services' only role at Enclave at Depot Park is to provide EarthCraft Technical Advisory, inspection, and testing services. We have no other role in this project.
For leasing or other information, please call 770-765-1548.
Enclave at Depot Park Photo Gallery
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Enclave at Depot Park is currently seeking the EarthCraft Multifamily certification.
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This is an exterior view of the main community center entry as it is working toward being dried in.
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This residential building is having windows and patio/balcony doors moved into place for installation.
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This is how buildings looked during the framing process.
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Duct work for the heat pump systems is being installed.
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Radiant barriers were installed in the attic. This will help reduce heat buildup in the attic areas.
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This worker is installing the fire sprinkler system.
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The installation of stairs serves multiple purposes on a construction site. Two of the best are: 1) safety if the property needs to be evacuated, and 2) improved access to move workers and materials into place for construction.
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The insulation in the first building was installed just before the end of January. Soon sheetrock will be ready to cover it.
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This is the front of the building that will serve as the community center.
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This shows brick masons hard at work on the second level.
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This is a view of the interior framing.
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This is the window efficiency sticker indicating that it meets two important standards: It is ENERGY STAR qualified and it is highly efficiency.
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Each of the three buildings at Enclave at Depot Park have multiple Radon vents to provide safety to all residents from any dangerous soil gasses.
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Everything is set up and ready to run the rough-in duct test.
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This is the test result of the duct test for a 2-bedroom unit in Building A. This translates to less than 2% duct leakage (very tight duct system).
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This is s living room view from the kitchen area after sheet rock has been installed.
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This is a kitchen area. The blue sheetrock is moisture resistent sheetrock to help avoid damage from water leaks, mold, or mildew.