Hog Mountain is a traditional neighborhood development project to create a livable, walkable community in Gwinnett County. Our master plan includes a wide variety of home types and prices that appeal to many. The town village will include small, neighborhood sized amenities to serve the immediate area with things like a small gourmet grocer, coffee shop, local restaurant or corner ice cream store along with small office spaces and civic institutions like a church and “neighborhood sized” school. All within walking distance to reduce traffic and save time, improving quality of life. Read more on the why of the project.
After studying the possibility of creating a traditional neighborhood development (TND) for a number of years, the land owners recently received unanimous rezoning approval for the Hog Mountain master plan.
BJM Properties is a group of three local families who own the 66 acre site within a few miles of our homes. We desire to see our property become a community asset for generations to come.
POTENTIAL CIVIC ORGANIZATION PARTNERS
Oak Hill Classical School is a growing, 11 year old classical Christian school in Dacula GA. Oak Hill’s leadership has been studying the potential for a long-term permanent campus by which the tenets of truth, beauty and goodness that are taught to their students may be physically exhibited to our students, families and community. Oak Hill plans to pursue Tom Low’s Learning Cottage initiative in the formation of a neighborhood-scaled campus. Follow the journey on the 1000 Year School blog.
A community church location is reserved on the town green as well.
Tom Low lead the design charrette and is the village planner. Tom is a registered architect and certified planner. As a Partner and Director of Town Planning with Duany Plater-Zyberk (DPZ) for more than two decades, Tom completed over 150 multi-day charrette master plan projects winning awards from organizations including the National Association of Homebuilders, the American Institute of Architects, the American Planning Association, the Congress for New Urbanism, the Sierra Club, and the Environmental Protection Agency for Smart Growth Achievement.
He is Director of Civic By Design with the mission to elevate the quality of the built environment. He leads the initiatives Light Imprint and Learning Cottages. Light Imprint integrates Sustainability and Community Design. He is also the creator of Mixopoly, a hands-on design workshop on placemaking for a healthy, sustainable built environment. Tom, his wife Anne, son Thomas, and Lucky the wonder dog live in Charlotte.