Pullman Yard isn’t the only significant development project moving forward in Kirkwood these days.
Coming down the home stretch of construction is The Kirkwood, a 233-unit community by Avila Development that’s been described as the historic neighborhood’s only large-scale, market-rate apartment option.
Plans for the project have been brewing for about five years, and construction launched in late 2016.
It’ll be that rare new rental community in Atlanta without a retail component, as it neighbors mixed-use Kirkwood Station and the rest of the neighborhood’s commercial district, which developers have predicted renters will infuse with more life.
Rates have yet to be posted, but since inception, The Kirkwood has been marketed as a cheaper multifamily alternative to competitors in scorching rental markets such as Midtown and Inman Park.
One and two-bedroom options will range from 699 to 1,458 square feet.
Alongside requisite pool cabanas and a towering gym, perks will include AT&T Fiber Internet Service-1 Gig Speed and electric-car charging stations, per the developer.
The project is running behind initial schedules, but officials tell Curbed Atlanta the first residents should be moving in within a few months.
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