The park of eight designer-decorated model homes, completed by a custom design workshop for selecting finishes and an elegant sales center, are perfectly positioned on a cul-de-sac in the heart of Soleil’s picturesque community. Using this backdrop for Soleil’s target audiences to experience the Soleil lifestyle, the following events have been planned under the theme “Passport to the Resort Life”:
Soleil worked with its resident advisor team to choose the theme “Passport to the Resort Life” for the grand opening events. “We interviewed the residents and held a focus group,” said Kirk Avery – sales manager at Soleil Laurel Canyon. “The results of the research suggested that although traveling around the world is one of the residents’ favorite pastimes, returning home to the resort life at Soleil is even better. We hope people from all over the state will join us for this great series of events.”
About Soleil Laurel Canyon
Soleil Laurel Canyon was named one of the 50 best master-planned communities in the United States by Where to Retire magazine. It also won both the 2011 OBIE for Atlanta’s 50+ Community of the Year and best amenity package. Residents enjoy exceptional recreational amenities including a 28,000 square-foot kitchen, fitness center and aerobics studio, library, performing arts theater, card rooms and an arts and crafts workshop.
Outside the clubhouse, the Dick Stockton Tennis Center, an amphitheater, community garden, greenhouse, lagoon-style pool, walking trails and adjacent Fairways of Canton golf course complete the resort-style environment. A full-time lifestyle team ensures a broad array of activities for active adults. Soleil Laurel Canyon’s developer is Active Lifestyle Communities, which is a partnership between Southeast Capital Companies and Patrick Malloy Communities. Two- and three-bedroom low-maintenance cottages and single-family homes, some with optional basements, priced from the $180,000s.