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How $385K+ townhomes under construction in Bankhead will look

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The Oliver Street community will offer 30 residences off Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway

A white townhome development with trees and green grass in front.
The first exterior rendering to be distributed.
Brock Built

Visuals have emerged for a trendy townhome community that’s underway in a traditionally underserved section of town.

Exterior renderings first circulated Friday lend an idea what the Oliver Street Townhomes will look like, as they rise on a side street off Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway in Bankhead.

A new neighborhood from an active builder on Atlanta’s Westside, BrockBuilt, the project will feature 30 three-bedroom townhomes ranging in size from 2,000 to 2,400 square feet.

Prices will start, per Brock Built marketing materials, in the low $400,000s. However, listings posted this weekend show options for a little cheaper—either $384,900 (the “Town” floorplan) or $399,900 (the “Tower”).

Both are end units with “solid surface flooring, an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, vented hood, and granite countertops,” plus oversized master suites, per listings.

A site plan for a group of townhomes with trees and a pond around them.
An updated site plan.
Brock Built

It’s the latest sign of investor interest in Bankhead, ranging from mixed-use developers, Atlanta Beltline Inc., and hometown rapper, real estate entrepreneur, and now museum curator T.I.

As selling points, the builder points out that the townhomes—“in the center of where life happens”—will be a five-minute commute to Midtown and downtown, per marketing materials. The Beltline’s Westside Connector Trail will be a few blocks away.

Floorplan images have yet to be revealed, but the neighborhood site plan shows a rectangular design with units divided into six buildings, surrounded by a smattering of green space.

The area includes a second BrockBuilt townhome community called The Finley, as well as tentative mixed-use development plans known as 1080 DLH.

The latter also involves BrockBuilt, along with DeFoor Ventures and Sixty-West.

A field with piping for a development that didn’t happen and power lines overhead.
The site where construction is ongoing, as seen in September 2018, with Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway at left.