Buckhead Developer Convicted of Housing Violations

| September 22, 2015


ATLANTA — A judge Tuesday convicted a prominent Buckhead-based real estate developer on two counts of housing code violations.

Rick Warren, of Atlanta, was convicted by Judge Crystal Gaines in Atlanta Municipal Court.  He now faces up to 6 months in jail and fines on both counts.  He is scheduled for sentencing October 20.

Warren was involved in 4 cases where he was accused of maintaining hazardous conditions at properties near English Avenue in Atlanta, a poor neighborhood.  Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed called Warren a predator for buying up the properties and then failing to properly maintain them.

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