How a wet winter is impacting Halcyon Forsyth’s projected opening

The addition of Halcyon Forsyth is expected to have a big impact on Forsyth County this year but some wet weather has pushed back the opening to the summer.

Phil Mays, with RocaPoint Partners, the firm developing Halcyon, said the opening of the mixed-use development off Ronald Reagan Boulevard near Ga. 400 has been pushed back to this summer instead of March after a particularly wet 2018.

“Obviously, 2018 was one of the wettest years on record and 2019 has, for the first months, not been any better. There's no question that us, along with all other development projects in the Metro Atlanta, have been affected pretty heavily by the weather,” Mays said. “So we're targeting now a summer opening instead of spring just to try to get through all the mud and the situation out there.”

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