A Centerpiece of a Community Revival

The 84 residential units were developed through private and public investment, and were designed to blend into the existing fabric of the community. An environment that provides solid construction and practical amenities surrounded by safe walkways and streets transforms the way residents view themselves and their neighborhood. The intent is to be a signal that will bring even more private investment to South Rome.

Read more about Burrell Square

  • Named for Samuel Burrell – principal, county commissioner, and community leader
  • 34 two and three bedroom units in 17 two-unit buildings designed to blend in with single-family character of the area and adjacent to a neighborhood park.
  • Community Building at Burrell Square serves as the leasing office for the community and includes many of the community’s amenities including a community room with kitchen, fitness center, laundry room, computer room, and tot lot.
  • Built on the former site of Anna K. Davie School, this community has direct access to Park Hoke Park

Read more about McCall Place

  • Named for the McCall hospital that previously occupied the property and was closed in 1978. The hospital was named for the McCall family of physicians that helped establish the hospital in South Rome.
  • 27 one, two, and three bedroom units in 2 buildings with excellent visibility on South Broad Street, the primary commercial corridor through South Rome.
  • Amenities include computer room, craft room, and laundry room. Residents have access to amenities at other sites. Construction of the apartments allowed for the demolition of a vacant, dilapidated multi-family building that once was a hospital in South Rome but had become a source of blight in the community.

Read more about Etowah Bend

  • 23 one, two, and three bedroom units in 2 buildings just over the bridge from downtown Rome with easy access to downtown and immediate access to the King Fisher Trail along the Etowah River.
  • Amenities include computer room, laundry room, and playground. Residents have access to amenities at other sites.


Our Partners

Thank you to our generous partners who helped

  • South Rome Redevelopment Agency (Land Owner)
  • South Rome Redevelopment Corporation (Local Development Partner)
  • City of Rome (Lender)
  • Laurel Street Residential (Developer)
  • Walton Construction (General Contractor)
  • Gateway Property Management (Property Management)
  • Martin-Riley Architects (Architect)
  • Atwell Engineering (Civil Engineering)