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First look: touring Reynoldstown’s mixed-use Station R

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Sparkly complex has launched leasing for 285 apartments across from Edgewood Retail District

The view from R-town's Moreland Avenue pocket park.
Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta

Two years since destruction began on a dozen boarded-up houses across the street from Edgewood Retail District, a large mixed-use venture touting MARTA proximity and shopping galore has launched leasing efforts.

Station R by developer Greystar is delivering 285 modern rentals and some 16,000 square feet of street retail to Moreland Avenue, a block east of the Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station. It’s one of several multifamily and commercial projects underway on Moreland Avenue, just south of Little Five Points.

Once finished, Station R will have six retail spaces on the ground floor, though officials provided no word on retail signings yet. It’ll offer 20 different floorplans once all five phases are complete sometime in February next year, officials told Curbed Atlanta.

Leasing materials indicate that Station R studios begin in the $1,300 range (for 600 square feet) and run up to about $2,400 for larger two-bedrooms (1,144). The biggest flats in the building (1,999) don’t appear to be ready for habitation just yet.

The apartments themselves boast white quartz countertops, white kitchen cabinetry, "wood-style plank flooring," and some units have 10-foot ceilings and roomy, private balconies. The complex offers "an ultra-modern clubhouse with a variety of social spaces such as resident lounge, entertainment kitchen, and Wi-Fi café," plus yoga, a cycle studio, bocce courts, and resort-style swimming pool.

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