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The Rapidly Changing Face of Reynoldstown in 38 Photos

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[Rtown Lane. Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta]

Folks who haven't been to Reynoldstown in a while might not recognize the place. It's true that the reigning Curbed Cup champion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but it's also a juggernaut of reinvention these days, driven by its proximity to MARTA, the Beltline's Eastside Trail, access to intown job centers and general funky charm. The year started with a bang for R-town, as collectively the neighborhood hoisted a glorious fake trophy, and it shows few signs of slowing down as the second half of 2015 unfolds. So it's high time to have a look at the three most transformative residential projects under way at the moment, to see where they stand, from a visual standpoint.

· Rtown Lane [abode]
· Plans Emerge for Cove of 13 Reynoldstown Abodes [Curbed]
· Station R, A Greystar Elan Community [Site]
· First of Reynoldstown Units Appears On Market for $265K [Curbed]