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Reynoldstown’s latest townhouses are listing for up to $880K

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On Memorial Drive, the “Beltline’s next great neighborhood” plans to deliver in early 2019

The traditional exteriors in renderings.
The traditional exteriors in renderings.
All images via JW Collection

Rising from the clay of a longtime empty field, next door to Fuqua Development’s mixed-use mini-city Madison Yards, an enclave of townhomes now reaching the market represents the latest piece of Memorial Drive’s expansive transformation.

Called “The Heritage on Memorial,” the 20-home venture by John Wieland’s JW Collection is the former suburban developer’s next multifamily project in the vicinity of the Atlanta Beltline, expected to deliver in the first quarter of 2019.

It’s gated. Each townhome has an elevator. And prices, according to various listings this week, are ranging from $799,900 (standard) to $879,900 (for a larger end unit).

Marketed as “the Beltline’s next great neighborhood,” the “timeless” project occupies a sort of middle ground between pricier Eastside Trail townhomes in Old Fourth Ward beginning at $1.2 million and another Memorial Drive batch father east asking around a half-million bucks and less.

Each home will have several things in common, per listings: Four stories. Four bedrooms. Four and a half bathrooms. And sky terraces with city views.

The lot sold to Wieland’s company for a little more than $1 million in 2014, according to tax records.

Have a closer look at what’s to come:

Called The Barrett, these floorplans will encompass 3,475 square feet or more. They have yet to list.


Listed this week are The Ansley floorplans, with 3,390 square feet and up.

Interior photos of a similar finished plan provided in Heritage on Memorial listings: