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How the ‘Stacks’ condo community is shaping up next to Grant Park’s The Beacon

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Prices start at $390K where Grant Park will one day meet the Atlanta Beltline

An interior of a model unit of a condo with wood floors and white ceilings and walls.
A conjoined living and kitchen space inside one Pratt Stacks model.
Images by Warren Bond Photography courtesy of The Providence Group

One of the first new for-sale housing communities to move forward along the Atlanta Beltline’s Southside Trail corridor is ready for its closeup—at least in part.

Positioned where the southern edge of Grant Park will meet the raised former railroad corridor, the Pratt Stacks project is planned to eventually entail 16, four-story buildings next to the eclectic, arty Beacon commercial hub.

This week, officials with developer The Providence Group of Georgia sent over photos of the two completed model units, which were recently unveiled. Thirty homes had sold at the condo community prior to the models being finished, they report.

Prices span from the $390,000s to low $500,000s.

Exteriors might give the impression Pratt Stacks are townhomes, like other “Stacks” around Atlanta, but Providence reps use “condominium community” to described the full project. Even though some units span up to 2,264 square feet with four bedrooms.

The smallest offerings are 1,318 square feet with two bedrooms. All options come with one-car garages.

The models are called Courtland and Edgewood home designs—two of six different choices. Find the community at 1039 Grant Street SE, and have a gander below.

A townhome complex with brick bases and red accents.
An example of exterior color accents and overall design. The Beltline’s raised corridor is at right.
A condo with a huge patio off the kitchen.
The Edgewood plan’s kitchen, dining, living layout.
A model kitchen in a home with wood floors and wood stools.
Another model kitchen with built-ins, seating for five, and chalkboard capabilities.
A den area with gold on the ceiling.
Bold accents in a bedroom/den.
A living room nook with big windows beside it.
A cozy TV lounge.
A bedroom with carpeting and a big ceiling fan overhead.
Covered patio off a master bedroom.
A master bathroom with crazy tile patterns on the floor and white walls.
Daring finishes don’t quit before the bathrooms.
A rendering of a colorful townhome community beside the Beltline.
How the community could link with the Beltline’s Southside Trail.