[Renderings courtesy The Views at Clifton.]
A boutique development of eight modern-style townhomes has broken ground on a long-vacant lot where Candler Park meets Lake Claire. The project — dubbed "The Views at Clifton" — could open in a few months at the corner of Clifton Road and DeKalb Avenue, across the street from San Francisco Coffee and The Mercantile grocer and wine shop, developer David Harry of Oak Street Properties tells Curbed. As the name implies, each unit will have rooftop terraces that aim to capitalize on views toward downtown and over leafy neighborhoods. According to promotional materials, other perks will include "gourmet kitchens," two-car garages, "luxurious master suites" and walkability to neighborhood retail and boutique shopping, Candler Park's primary green space and the MARTA train station a few blocks west. The three-bedroom, three-and-½ bathroom townhomes will range from 2,000 to 2,575 square feet. "We haven't released pricing yet but expect to do so in the next 30 (to) 60 days," Harry said in an email. "Projected delivery date is early spring 2016."
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