When Nancy Conrad set out in search of a 55 plus community, her journey spanned several cities. Looking for a luxury lifestyle with an urban setting and access to all a city has to offer. Her pursuit eventually landed her in Atlanta. Through a family connection, Nancy was drawn to the city and Peachtree Hills Place.
“This is the exact model I have been looking for!” said Nancy, after visiting Peachtree Hills Place.
The wife of late astronaut Pete Conrad will soon sell her Washington D.C. home and make the move south gaining access to all that the city has to offer. A lifelong learner, she plans to tap into the city’s top universities, particularly Emory University and Georgia Tech. Nancy is the founder and chairwoman of the Conrad Foundation. The foundation hosts a global competition for teams of high school students to combine education, innovation and entrepreneurship and create commercially viable solutions to challenges in sustainability. These students are truly designing the future.
Nancy joins the growing list from around the country who are drawn to Atlanta and Peachtree Hills Place.