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Latest Old Fourth Ward luxury apartment stack hurries for summer move-ins

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Anthem on Ashley, two blocks from the Beltline, will bring 245 new rentals to the edge of Historic Fourth Ward Park

Anthem on Ashley, the latest in a range of luxury apartment projects popping up near the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, is hurrying toward move-ins in the next month.

Construction began on the North American Properties project in 2015, promising to fill an already booming neighborhood with 245 new residences, a coffee shop, and a new restaurant.

The project fills a triangular site bounded by Historic Fourth Ward Park, Ralph McGill Boulevard, and Ashley Street.

The site is also near the sprawling, Beltline-adjacent Georgia Power Property, which is one of the last large developable (and now potentially available) parcels in the neighborhood.

Given the site’s odd shape, a range of unique floorplans is available.

One-bedroom options—11 total—range from just 682 square feet to more than 900 square feet. The seven two-bedroom unit options range from 1,010 square feet to more than 1,400 square feet.

A rendering of the building.
North American Properties

Prices start around $1,400 a month for the littlest units, with some of the smaller two-bedrooms going for more than $2,400.

The largest rentals in the building won’t be available until later this fall, and prices have yet to be revealed.

Beyond the enviable proximity to the Beltline, Ponce City Market, and shopping along Highland Avenue, the building will feature a saltwater pool complete with cabanas, a rooftop club room overlooking the park, and a fitness center with group classes and “Crossfit components.”

The first move-ins are expected next month, followed by a progressive opening through the fall.

Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta
Construction looking more complete along Ashley Street.
Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta
Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta