Press Release: Highlight Homes Kicks off 2018 with Launch of New Commercial Construction Division
Georgia Home Builder and Luxury Renovation Company Has Been Newly Certified as a Commercial Builder
Atlanta, January 19, 2018 – With a solid history of land development, residential construction and luxury renovations under his work belt, one might believe that Highlight Homes’ founder, Tony Pourhassan, has plenty of projects to keep him busy. A visionary architect and master craftsman, Pourhassan doesn’t merely reserve his creativity to the design and construction of custom homes and whole home renovations throughout Metro Atlanta. He also endeavors to drive his business in exciting new directions. Having survived the housing crash of 2008 that forced many builders across the nation to shutter their doors, Highlight Homes adapted by adding a renovation division in 2009 and a custom construction division in 2014. In 2018, Pourhassan evolves Highlight Homes further by launching a commercial construction division within his Atlanta-based company.
“It just makes sense to grow Highlight Homes in this direction,” said Pourhassan. “As a custom home builder and master renovator, I have the honor of working with many clients who either own their own companies or are on the leadership team of a local corporation. When residential projects come to a close and my clients are clearly pleased with the results, I have often received requests to expand into the commercial realm. I have had the honor of working on a number of commercial projects to date, including a veterinary office, an innovatively combined coffee house and dog wash, and more. As a small business owner, I welcome the opportunity to work with other small business owners to realize their vision of a corporate office, restaurant or retail location. After all, a commercial space should be just as warm and welcoming as a luxury home, while inspiring the people who work there to be creative, innovative and industrious.”
In November 2017, Highlight Homes was certified to design and construct commercial structures of up to five stories. With the debut of his new commercial construction division, Pourhassan and his team plan to place a larger focus on the development of commercial properties throughout 2018.
Some of the commercial structures for which Highlight Homes is certified as a design-build firm include:
- Educational Facilities
- Healthcare Facilities
- Shopping Centers
- Retail Spaces
- Office Buildings
- Senior Living Facilities
- Manufacturing Facilities
- And More!
To learn more about Highlight Homes, prospective residential and commercial clients, as well as real estate professionals are invited to visit www.highlighthomesga.com.
About Highlight Homes: Highlight Homes, LLC was established in 2005 by builder, developer and architect, Anthony F. Pourhassan. The Atlanta-based company is founded on the core belief in the significance of what they are creating, firmly based in their lasting dedication to the clients they serve, and continually growing as word spreads of their unswerving commitment to quality. Each Highlight Home contractor is fully licensed, registered and insured, and is well prepared to tackle projects of varying size and scope – from a luxury custom estate in one of Atlanta’s trendiest neighborhoods to a cozy, bungalow-inspired home in the sprawling suburbs.
Highlight Homes keeps a steady pace with other leaders in its field through continued education and certification, as well as through affiliations with top-notch professional organizations such as the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, Certified Professional Home Builders of Georgia, National Kitchen & Bath Association, and National Association of the Remodeling Industry. Highlight Homes is proud to be a Better Business Bureau accredited business, as well as a certified Earth Craft House Builder, Energy Star Partner, and LEED Certified Home Builder. In response to a growing need in Atlanta, Highlight Homes launched its renovation division in 2009, custom construction division in 2014 and commercial division in 2018.