Behold, an exclusive first look at Moda Rtown — an amenity-rich residential project in the works for bustling Reynoldstown. St. Clair Holdings principal Colin Cavill says developers are waiting for only the final building permit, and construction should begin within the next 30 days. The Moda Rtown project will rise on a previously vacant property near the intersection of Weatherby and Wylie streets on the Beltline's Eastside Trail and bordering CSX's Hulsey Yard. The project will ultimately feature 45 townhomes and 20 condos. Phase I of the development — which will include seven modern-style townhomes — should be ready for move-in by mid-spring next year, Cavill said. It's the latest in a wave of new residential offerings — standalone homes, duplexes, apartments, townhomes, you name it — planned for the Beltline-connected 'nabe.
Moda Rtown will encourage a sustainable, active lifestyle, and the developers are playing for keeps. At the heart of the project will be a solar-heated, saltwater pool, and the outer limits of the property will boast three separate "community garden" and dog park areas. What's more, the site is just around the corner from Lang-Carson Park. Cavill said the units themselves will be "smart-wired" with USB ports and constructed with "healthy building materials," including low-flow fixtures.
Overall, the homes will range from 1,500 to 1,900 square feet with prices between $259,900 and $319,000. Each will have two or three bedrooms.
"It's a very reasonably priced project, and we expect a very strong interest," Cavill said. "We're doing a lot of things that most people don't think about, which is creating a community."
— Story, photos by Curbed Atlanta contributor Tyler Estep