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In O4W, the 'Water Tower Stacks' Vision Gets Specific

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Floorplans for The Water Tower Stacks have bubbled up, and they promise a variety of (limited) options on a strategic piece of Old Fourth Ward land. The luxury townhome project's 10 units will rise next to Old Water Tower Park, near the intersection of Irwin Street and Auburn Avenue. Preliminary site work has begun, and construction should begin at the end of this month, officials say. These Stacks are expected to deliver sometime next spring and range from roughly $550,000 to $750,000. On Wednesday, Epic Development released floorplans and sketches of each individual townhouse, shedding a good deal of light on the project. After the jump, a quick breakdown.

Each unit will have four stories, a two-car garage and rooftop terrace, but they'll range in size from 2,000 to 3,437 square feet. The prices are hefty, no doubt, but not without reason: The development is in Atlanta's so-called hottest neighborhood, and it's a baseball's toss from Krog Street Market and the Beltline. The builder says each unit will feature open floor plans, hardwood floors, modern kitchens and bathrooms, with an optional private elevator. The question, then: Is all of that worth dropping at least half a million smackeroonies?

Unit 1:
3,437 square feet; five bedrooms; four full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms; end unit

Units 2-7:
3,003 square feet; five bedrooms; 4.5 bathrooms

Unit 8:
2,700 square feet; four bedrooms; 4.5 bathrooms; end unit

Unit 9:
2,000 square feet; three bedrooms; 2.5 bathrooms; detached

Unit 10:
2,000 square feet; three bedrooms; 2.5 bathrooms; detached

— By Curbed Atlanta contributor Tyler Estep

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