SAVANNAH, Ga. –Foram Group, a third-generation, family-owned and operated team of real estate business professionals, received a vote of approval by Savannah City Council on Thursday, March 29, for zoning text amendments needed to move forward Starland Village, the company’s $40 million neighborhood-centric, multiuse development in Savannah, Georgia.
Located on a two-block stretch along historic Bull Street in Savannah’s Starland District, an emerging arts and residential/commercial corridor, Foram’s Starland Village will include an approachable, community-driven combination of mixed uses including artist studios, event venue, retail and restaurants, vertical rooftop park, co-working offices and residential living.
With inspiration for this unique, multi-use property drawing upon Savannah’s storied history, friendly nature and palpable energy of her people, Starland Village will soon be one of the city’s top destinations for both locals and tourists.
Starland Village highlights include:
Chef-driven restaurants (2)
Retail spaces (3)
Streetside cafe (1)
Artist studios (10+)
Private and co-working offices (65)
Studio, one and two-bedroom residential units (90)
Public vertical rooftop park
Automated parking garage
“Savannah is a hub for creative minds, collaboration and artistic endeavors,” said Foram Group President Travis Stringer. “We want to expand upon that energy and incorporate arts, culture and the community in unexpected and inspiring ways throughout Starland Village. Our overarching goal is to create the ultimate urban-living experience and not just another development.”
Originally founded in 1978 in Atlanta, Ga., Foram’s headquarters is located in Savannah where they have owned, managed and developed over 10,000 acres of property and invested over $60 million in capital in the area over the last 20 years. Known for their hands-on management of all company projects, Foram has put together a dynamic team of industry thought-leaders and experts to help bring this unique project to life including Lynch Associates, DPR Construction, Thomas & Hutton and Kaufman-Heinz.
“Every detail of Starland Village is designed to bring forth a sense of community,” said Stringer. “From artists studios, private and coworking offices, entrepreneurial support and resources, music and cultural events, shopping and places to dine together - Starland Village stands to be one of the most impactful developments in Savannah now and for generations to come.”