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Plans unveiled for booming Memorial Drive’s next townhome neighborhood

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Prices in Reynoldstown start from the high $500Ks, next to Madison Yards and the Beltline’s Eastside Trail

A rendering of a white three-story townhome building with trees behind it.
A sample elevation hints at restrained, contemporary exteriors.
Images via Monte Hewett Homes/Custom Realty Group

On a sliver of land at the southern rim of Reynoldstown, plans are coming into focus for another townhome cluster contributing to an estimated $1.5 billion in development along Memorial Drive.

An overview of home 26 townhomes will be laid out, as shown in purple and green.
The planned 26-home layout.

The only project name specified is “Madison Yards at Reynoldstown,” which is fitting, given the planned location of these 26 townhouses.

They’re set for a lot just south of Memorial Drive, essentially behind John Wieland’s The Heritage on Memorial townhomes (priced from the low $800,000s) and adjacent to Fuqua Development’s rising Madison Yards.

It’s a project by Monte Hewett Homes, the builder behind the new Plateau West townhomes that overlook Atlantic Station, St. Andrews in Buckhead, and a smattering of other upscale communities in the northern suburbs, such as the for-sale residential component at Avalon.

A rendering showing two rows of white townhomes in Atlanta, with trees behind them.
The difference between three and four-story options.

Prices listed now start from $574,900 (two bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms across three levels) for the “Glenwood” plan; the top end, as listed in recent days, is a $729,900 option (three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, 2,277 square feet, four levels) called the “Reynolds,” with rooftop terraces and lofts.

All are “elevator capable” units with flex spaces, too, as new listings note.

Construction is expected to start soon, per marketers.

Logic says the 75 WalkScore, already “Very Walkable,” stands to climb as more walkable things come to fruition nearby.

A floorplan showing four levels in black and white.
A sample four-story floorplan.