Times are truly changing when listings start bragging about proximity to Pullman Yard, a long-languishing, postindustrial property set for mixed-use rebirth.
That’s the case on Arizona Avenue, where the groundwork is being laid on a small, reformed parking lot for a seven-townhome cluster described as “sophisticated and thoughtfully designed,” with exteriors “timeless yet metropolitan,” per marketers.
Listings thus far at 215 Arizona, as it’s called, range from $545,000 to $558,000, all with 2,117 square feet and two-car garages. Some have three bedrooms, the others four.
Developer Minerva Homes started listing units this week, stressing one-block proximity to the Pullman redo in what’s questionably described as “the heart of Edgewood.”
It’s the same group behind the 17-unit townhome build down the street near MARTA, The Whitefoord, which has been making deals in the mid-$600,000s.
Here’s a little more on what to expect:
“[The] exteriors are thoughtfully crafted to honor the character and history of their surroundings. Innovative interiors emphasize bright open spaces and rich detailing. Oversized decks create refreshing spaces to relax or entertain.”
The location affords painless walkability to MARTA, tucked-away Ration and Dram, youth soccer, and everything the adaptive-reuse transformation a block away might entail.
- 215 Arizona Ave. Unit 3 [Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s]