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Million-dollar townhome stacks in heart of Midtown have sold out (almost)

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Modern offerings with multiple patios join a groundswell of development in the immediate area

A rendering of townhomes in the middle of Midtown.
Now offering enviable walkability—and optional elevators!
Images: Stacks on 6th, via Keller Williams Atlanta Midtown

As with the Old Fourth Ward, the phrase “million-dollar townhomes” has gone literal in Midtown.

The latest evidence comes at Stacks on 6th, a trio of modern, four-story dwellings that’s taken shape recently on 6th Street, as the name would suggest.

In recent days, the last unclaimed Stacks unit has hit the market at $1.1 million, dangling a location two blocks from Peachtree Street, plus rooftop terraces with skyline views, Thermador appliances, and two-car garages. Elevators, however, are optional.

The two sibling units don’t appear to have ever properly listed before selling.

These Stacks are neighbored by the new Broadstone Midtown apartments, a block from the under-development Juniper and 5th, which is bringing 150 for-sale condos to the eastern reaches of Midtown.

Designed by Gamble + Gamble Architects, the 6th Street townhomes are the work of Epic Development, the group behind several “Stacks”-branded products. Those include the Water Tower Stacks, forthcoming R.Town Stacks, and sold-out four15 Stacks in Sweet Auburn, which had starting points in the $300,000s.

The Midtown unit in question is offering three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms among 2,654 square feet.

Given the neighborhood’s most recent, albeit smaller comp—a Piedmont Avenue modern townhome once rented by Atlanta recording artist Young Thug, which traded for a hair under asking at $975,000 last month—the million-bucks price might not be out of whack.

Floorplan for the available unit.