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At Historic Fourth Ward Park’s cusp, five-townhome cluster starts in $500Ks

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Billed as an “intimate community” that melds “contemporary architecture with modern industrial inspired interior design”

A view from the rooftop terrace in Unit 1 at a new townhouse project in Old Fourth Ward.
A view from the rooftop terrace in Unit 1.
Images: Park View at O4W

The groundswell of new residential options around the sparkling intown amenity that is Historic Fourth Ward Park shows few signs of calming.

Joining hundreds of new and in-progress apartments around the greenspace, a five-unit “intimate community” of townhomes is rising at the corner of Wilmer and Dallas streets in Old Fourth Ward.

Developers are calling it “Park View at O4W,” and the smallest units will begin somewhere in the $500,000s, according to a press release.

Sizes range from about 1,500 square feet to 2,100, with between two and four bedrooms.

Each townhouse will offer a front porch, elevated patios, rooftop terraces, and a walkable lifestyle afforded by the park, Eastside Trail, and nearby attractions such as Ponce City Market, builders note.

Street-facing facades.

The aesthetic is described as “contemporary architecture with modern industrial inspired interior design” with at least 10-foot ceilings. On the exterior, expect a medley of brick, metal roofing, and cementitious siding. And no shortage of neighbors.

The project replaces what was basically a fenced-in lawn.

A rendering depicting an upgraded interior.

The site plan, from above:

The smallest floorplan has two bedrooms but can be expanded to three. It has 1,494 square feet plus 226 square feet outdoors:

On the flipside, the largest plan (up to four bedrooms) offers 2,109 heated square feet and a two-car garage. No word on pricing at this level: