Prices have been set for a cluster of semi-detached homes christened Reynoldstown Row, currently under construction a couple of blocks from the Beltline.
Ranging in cost from the low $500,000s to about $600,000, the "lots" consist of two to three bedrooms and 2.5 to 3.5 bathroom units. They range from about 1,700 to 2,000 square feet.
Initial plans called for units starting in the $400,000s.
There’s no indication on the website of developer Thrive Homes as to when the dwellings will be finished, but no shortage of pretty words describe them.
The original plan called for a total of 18 duplex homes to be built on the lot, but the website states there will now be 14.
More from the website: Located at the "epicenter of the Memorial Drive corridor" and the Beltline, the homes are "reminiscent of historic urban row homes, each residence echo(ing) an era of neighborly front porches and stately architectural soffit detail."
Styles range from "light contemporary to industrial."
Fancy details include Circa lighting, Bosch appliances, steam microwaves, wide-plank custom flooring, rooftop terraces, outdoor kitchens with fireplace tables, waterfall island countertops, and more.
A little history: Reynoldstown Row is built upon the bones of the former Stewart Center. You can see its final days in the photos below and watch a video of its demise at the link (also, below).
- Watch: Former Stewart Center in Reynoldstown torn down for multifamily venture [Curbed]
- Reynoldstown Row [Thrive Homes website]