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Priced north of $1M, townhomes neighboring Krog Street Market are inking contracts

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Inman Park’s “Emerson” townhouse batch is rising now, with closings expected in early 2020

The interior of a new townhome with white wall, cabinetry and countertops.
A sample, European-influenced interior.
Thrive Homes images, via Ansley Atlanta Real Estate

Inman Park’s priciest townhome options at the moment are rising up and inking contracts, joining a groundswell of construction in recent years around Krog Street Market.

Announced a year ago, the Emerson on Krog townhouses by Thrive Homes are replacing the circa-1960s Jenkins Metal and Supply Company buildings and a vacant lot.

According to recent listings, closings are expected by the first quarter of 2020, and the builder is throwing in outdoor kitchen upgrades for other contracts accepted this month—proving that buyer incentives aren’t exclusively a Southwest Atlanta thing right now.

Per Thrive’s website, three townhomes of an initial 16 are under contract. Another row of six is planned later, fronting Edgewood Avenue.

The facade of a townhome row in Atlanta with roof decks.
The planned brick facade.

The surrounding blocks are unrecognizable versus a few years ago.

Across the street, construction at Alexan apartments on Krog Street wrapped in 2015; Edge, a 350-unit mixed-use residential community straddling the Eastside Trail, is now open; and the Residences at Studioplex, a million-dollar townhome complex also by Thrive Homes fronting the Beltline, is finishing construction.

An overview rendering of 16 townhomes and a planned later flank.
The community’s phase one layout, with a third flank planned along Edgewood Avenue. A small building at the bottom-right corner was left standing.

At Emerson, interior finishes will be handled by Dana Lynch Design, and style options are said to lean European overall.

The four-story dwellings all have elevators, with three or four bedrooms, and between three and four and a half bathrooms.

Perks include wide-plank floors and handcrafted millwork, per listings.

A white living room with a fancy dining room table leading toward the kitchen.
Interior aesthetic of one main living level.
A waterfall countertop and stools and mixed cabinetry in a kitchen.
A waterfall hard surface and vintage-style pendants in the kitchen.

All remaining units are priced at $1,055,900, except No. 10, which costs $10,000 more.

Below is the floorplan for that 2,558-square-foot option, which has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.

It includes the “French Bistro” design package, with two terraces and a two-car garage.

A floorplan with a four story townhome.
Blueprints for Unit No. 10, with an optional fourth story.