On a metamorphosing flank of Loring Heights known as a destination for people getting hitched, pet boarders, and gun-range enthusiasts, a boutique townhome community is moving forward with intentions of capitalizing on spectacular skyline views.
Sales efforts have launched alongside construction at the Trabert Avenue site, which overlooks Atlantic Station and counts vistas clear to downtown.
The community, called Plateau West, will eventually include 18 homes, arranged around a U-shape drive.
It’s by Monte Hewett Homes, the builder behind St. Andrews in Buckhead and a smattering of other upscale communities in the northern suburbs, including the for-sale residential component at Avalon.
The first homes are now projected to deliver this winter.
Initial offerings show four floorplans, each with three bedrooms and optional elevators. For the 2,466-square-foot options, the ask is $849,900. The larger homes (2,643 square feet) are priced at $50,000 more.
The project is one of at least three townhome ventures brewing within a few blocks, per the grapevine, but Monte Hewett’s director of marketing, Dina Gundersen, says Plateau West’s “unique, sleek, and modern [design] sets it apart” from other semidetached communities in the area.
“The rooftop decks are fantastic gathering spaces with arbors, outdoor grills, and fireplaces, and have great views of downtown,” Gundersen wrote in an email to Curbed Atlanta. “Each townhome has multiple decks, and one plan design has dual master suites.”
Marketing materials tout walkability (the WalkScore is 57) to Atlantic Station and a Loring Heights park and duck pond—plus a short drive to the splendors of Buckhead.
Have a closer look below at what’s in store for the booming Westside area:
Below is The Bishop floorplan (for $100 bucks shy of $900,000), offering 2,643 square feet, three and a half bathrooms, and what’s described as a gourmet kitchen.
The Atkinson floorplan below has the same room count in 2,466 square feet, for $50,000 less. Its kitchen, dining area, and family room all spill onto one of two front decks, which will overlook a landscaped public courtyard, per the builder.