Rough Past - Bright Future
Grant Station was conceived and constructed during the boom years of residential development. Like many communities, Grant Station started with strong sales and 24 homes were built before the end came. Loans were called and the community was foreclosed on. Additional toxic loans toppled the original lender. Meanwhile the Grant Station homeowners kept the grass cut, ran off trespassers and tried to maintain order in the abandoned community. Homesite values fell precipitously.
On March 29, 2010, management team of McKibbon-Robison
took control of the remaining 55 vacant homesites from First American Bank & Trust of Winder, Georgia and assumed responsibility of the neighborhood and a homeowner association that had no accomplishments.
McKibbon-Robison immediately initiated repairs of road, curbs, existing sidewalks, detention ponds, and erosion control measures to complete the dedication of the road system to Hall County's maintenance department.
Our next project was the installation of almost two miles of new sidewalks so the entire community has a complete, uninterrupted sidewalk system.
A new entrance monument was designed and installed on Grant Ford Road.