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Fresh renderings released for townhomes at long languishing Memorial Drive site

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Five townhomes, starting in the mid-$500,000s, will complement the 24-condo project on the fast-evolving road

a rendering of the townhome project
Townhomes could be en route to Cabbagetown, starting n the mid-$500,000s.
Photos: Ansley Developer Services

A choice piece of Memorial Drive property that had sat overgrown and vacant since before the Great Recession is showing signs of life.

The Cabbagetown site is now seeing the construction of the 764 Memorial condo project, which is also slated to host a handful of townhomes.

Construction is well underway—in the framing phase up to the second floor—for the 24-condo part of the project, and only one unit remains.

The condos, designed by the architects at Office of Design and priced at between the $200,000s and $300,000s, are anticipated to be complete in the next few months, and just this week, developers told Curbed Atlanta that the five townhomes are soon to follow.

Ansley Developer Services just dropped new renderings depicting the future townhomes, which will start in the mid-$500,000s.

Concrete slabs have been poured for the townhomes, and, like the condos, the frame has risen to the second floor, according to Ansley marketing manager Tori Brock.

The project should be move-in ready by early February, she said.

Each townhome is expected to flaunt a rooftop terrace, three bedrooms, and three-and-a-half baths within roughly 2,100 square feet.

The 764 Memorial project sits catty-corner to the Atlanta Dairies adaptive reuse development site and right across the street from where Modera Reynoldstown is slated to stand.

The site as it appeared in May.
Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta

This story was updated at 4:55 p.m. on October 26, 2018, after an Ansley representative corrected previously given information to clarify that both parts of the project—condos and townhomes—are in the framing process on the second floor.