ATLANTA, GA (January 6, 2015) -- Joffe Land Companies recently acquired the remaining 1,326 residential lots in Mirror Lake, an amenity-rich subdivision in the Metro Atlanta city of Villa Rica. The company is now negotiating with several national homebuilders to construct new homes and add to the roughly 1,300 homes already built in the community.

Located less than 30 minutes from Downtown Atlanta, Mirror Lake includes two pool complexes, tennis courts, walking trails and a 96-acre lake with a boat launch for sailing, fishing, canoeing and kayaking. The community also features a 36-hole private golf club with separate pool and tennis courts for members. 

Howard Joffe, president of Joffe Land Companies, believes Villa Rica has not fully recovered from the economic recession but is poised for a rebound. “Mirror Lake has the amenities people want and the proximity to Downtown Atlanta they need,” said Joffe. “We feel the community offers tremendous value that’s difficult to find elsewhere.”

Joffe Land Companies intends to jumpstart new home construction this year in Mirror Lake and surrounding Villa Rica.  The company owns lots in several other Villa Rica subdivisions. Approximately half of the 15,000 lots they acquired in Metro Atlanta in recent years are located in the Northwest Atlanta corridor. Please direct all inquiries to [email protected].


About Joffe Land Companies

Founded in 2005, Joffe Land Companies specializes in land investment and development. Joffe purchases developed residential lots and raw land of all zonings throughout the Southeast with a focus on large-scale residential and mixed-use communities. Joffe has purchased and currently manages approximately 15,000 developed and master planned residential lots in Metro Atlanta. The lots span more than 7,000 acres and also include hundreds of acres of commercial, office and industrial-zoned land. According to a 2014 report from Metrostudy, Joffe is involved with five of the top 11 Metro Atlanta subdivisions containing the largest future inventory of lots.

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