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Coming to Midtown

A cool new lifestyle option in Gainesville’s newest frontier
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Coming to Midtown


A cool new lifestyle option in Gainesville’s newest frontier

The Meridian is a high-end condominium community on the former site of the old Main Street School. From its high elevation, spectacular views on all sides span from downtown Gainesville to the North Georgia foothills. This cornerstone development offers the energy and convenience of downtown living without the noise.

At The Meridian, you will enjoy comfortable, carefree living in the city center with dining, banking, retail and a bustling business district just a walk or bike ride away at Luxury condos Gainesville Georgia.

The Meridian offers:

  • Secured, underground private parking
  • Private health club for residences
  • Roof top patio
  • Endless pool and hot tub
  • On the Midtown Greenway
  • Quiet, easily accessible location
Center your life in Midtown
While The Meridian is breaking new ground in the very heart of Gainesville, it is also a connecting point on Gainesville-Hall County’s greenway for walking and biking throughout the region. City living balanced by greenspace right outside your door.

The Meridian will feature two seven-story buildings with 44 condominium residences in each. Each floor will be about 8,000 square feet. Available in one-, two- and three-bedroom configurations, the sizes range from 1,000 one-bedroom to 1,600 square feet for a three-bedroom home.

Sharing a full city block with the new headquarters for Peach State Bank, The Meridian is bordered by Gainesville Midtown’s Main Street, Banks Street, Grove Street and Parker Street. The block’s 4.2-acre footprint was once the site of the historic red-brick Main Street School. The Meridian will feature classic architecture characteristic of the Midtown site and red-brick school building.

Convenient, secure and inviting
You will likely find yourself walking to so many nearby conveniences and won’t rely on your car as much, but The Meridian will provide reserved underground parking with car charging stations for residents on-site. There will also be a full-time cleaning and landscaping staff caring for the grounds.

Atop the complex will be 5,000 square feet of rooftop space with an endless pool, hot tub and gathering space for friends and family.

Find out about our enticing investment opportunities for charter investors.


Steve McKibbon has strong ties to the local Gainesville community as a third-generation Hall County businessman. With his diverse business background, Steve is currently developing commercial and residential projects throughout Hall County and the Northeast Georgia region.

Steve began his career in his family’s hotel development and management business, spending seven years with McKibbon Brothers. The company worked with numerous prestigious hotel brands including Courtyard by Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott, and Holiday Inn Hotels across Georgia and the Southeast. Part of Steve’s job involved updating telephone systems at several McKibbon Brothers hotels, which led to his entry into the telecommunications industry and establishing HCI Communications in 1989.

After merging HCI Communications with a North Carolina-based competitor In 1999, Steve and his business partner Robbie Robison, entered the real estate development industry. McKibbon-Robison has been involved for over a decade developing high-quality neighborhoods in Hall and Forsyth counties. The partnership has built a strong reputation for integrity, particularly during the Great Recession, in standing behind its developments and maintaining high-quality standards for each of its communities.

Steve has been an active supporter of Brenau University, CASA, Elachee, Humane Society of Northeast Georgia, North Georgia Community Foundation, Good News Clinics, Gateway and The Arts Council. As an avid pilot, Steve also flies patients for Angel Flights and Wounded Warriors for the Veterans Airlift Command.

This is a photo of the old Main Street School that was built in 1903 and then torn down in the late 1970s for construction of the Hall County Law Enforcement Center and county jail. This former site is where The Meridian will be built with a similar architectural style as the old school.




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