For over 26 years, Stephen Macauley has continued to set new standards of excellence in real estate development. An Englishman by birth and a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, Mr. Macauley’s award winning work has enhanced the quality and environment of neighborhood life and created holistic communities.
Mr. Macauley has developed more than 26 mixed-use and mixed income communities across metro Atlanta, including Legacy Park and Ridenour in Cobb County, Walden Park and Lakes of Cedar Grove in South Fulton County and Harmony on the Lakes and Laurel Canyon in Cherokee County. Through Mr. Macauley’s work, his communities have gained recognition in local and national media, including the Atlanta Regional Commission, CNN, LIFE Magazine and the National Association of Home Builders. This recognition has led to multiple awards and accolades, including Best New Community by the National Association of Home Builders and the Development of Excellence Award by Atlanta Regional Commission.
In recent years, Mr. Macauley has played a central role in master planning urban and residential sites around metro Atlanta including Roswell, Chamblee, Tucker, LaGrange, South Cobb, West Atlanta and others. Most notably, Mr. Macauley’s partnership has brought to life the planned transformation of the 165-acre former General Motors Assembly Plant, known as Assembly, into a sustainable community that will become a cultural, professional and residential hub of the City of Doraville, as well as the Olmsted, a mixed-use development in downtown Chamblee that is setting the standard for future development in the area.