Outside of high-end product in Midtown, Ansley Park, and Buckhead, construction of for-sale condos in Atlanta has largely been crickets since the Great Recession.
But that’s slowly starting to change.
This past summer brought news that 24 condos are being built in Cabbagetown along Memorial Drive, just east of Oakland Cemetery, with prices starting in the $200,000s.
Now, in neighboring Reynoldstown, a condo project in the same general vein is prepping to launch, developers tell Curbed Atlanta.
Around the corner from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail extension, a project of 20 condominiums will complete the site where 45 Moda Reynoldstown townhomes have been rising, slowly, for the past couple of years. (Four of the townhomes, which are nearing completion now, remain unsold).
Colin Cavill, a managing principal with developer St. Clair Holdings, said the condo offerings will start in the low $200,000s and will range between 750 and 950 square feet, with one and two-bedroom options available. Construction was expected to officially launch this week.
Units will feature five-inch plank hardwoods, farm-style sinks in the kitchen, dual sinks in some master bathrooms, and smart-wiring with USB ports in kitchens and bathrooms.
Owners will also have access to the community’s saltwater swimming pool, dog park, and urban vegetable garden, Cavill said.
As of now, developers expect the condos to deliver quickly—by next spring, in fact.
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