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Modern Old Fourth Ward townhomes hit the market in high $500Ks

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Four stories and three bedrooms, just west of Boulevard

A white brick townhome complex with a car parked in front.
A representation of what ParkHaus will look like.
ParkHaus; listing via Redfin

The groundswell of Old Fourth Ward townhomes priced around the half-million mark continues on a section of Parkway Drive that’s morphed into a construction zone.

Coming to market this week are initial units at ParkHaus, one of several residential projects in the neighborhood by Dezhu US, an Atlanta-based subsidiary of a prominent Chinese developer.

Marketed as having trendy and modern architecture style amongst “picturesque surroundings,” ParkHaus will offer 14 townhomes.

The site, formerly a vacant lot, is directly across the street from a 34-unit townhome venture by Empire Communities that’s also under construction now.

A construction site with skyscrapers in the background.
The ParkHaus site, as seen a year ago.
Google Maps

The first two ParkHaus townhomes to list—each at $575,000, via Redfin—offer three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,010 square feet.

They stand four stories, with two-car garages beneath.

Inside are hardwood floors, marble-clad gourmet kitchens, fireplaces in family rooms, with roomy secondary bathrooms on the third level. Renderings have yet to be distributed.

One notable perk: The fourth floors, per listings, are master suites with wet bars and city views described as “amazing.”

A map of a townhome location in gray.
The 456 Parkway Drive location, just north of John Lewis Freedom Parkway, near Central Park.
A site plan in green and gray.
The U-shaped site plan.