ATLANTA-The Smyrna area of Cobb County, about 15 miles northwest of the center city, is getting some upscale infill. John Wieland Homes is building Olde Ivy, a mixed-use development just inside I-285, the perimeter highway around the city. The 26-acre site will have 276 townhouse, condos and lofts above commercial space.

Wieland plans to have offices in the commercial section along with eight to 10 other businesses and services. The townhouses will go for $550,00 and up, and the lofts will be marketed at about $230,000. Currently, more than 25% of the development is sold.

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