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With $789K project, modern trend continues near Old Fourth Ward’s Boulevard

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But forthcoming development could erase those “sweeping skyline views”

Three-story white and gray house with large windows.
Another modern-style approach in the Boulevard corridor.
Newport Realty

Located on Daniel Street in the rapidly changing southern reaches of Old Fourth Ward, this under-construction modern claims to have much to offer across three stories and 2,010 square feet.

It’s the latest example of the style near Boulevard, just south of the Edgewood nightlife strip.

Developers tell Curbed Atlanta the house will include four bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with an open floorplan that features 10-foot ceilings, a high-end kitchen with butler’s pantry, and a master suite with two closets and a private deck.

In addition, a two-car attached garage will be equipped to handle electric vehicles. Also expect a fenced yard and rooftop deck that “boasts sweeping skyline views.”

How long the rooftop will enjoy those views is quite uncertain, given the 200,000-square-foot project planned by Lucror Resources and Missouri-based Sixty West next door.

That development would bring a seven-story office building, 80-room hotel, 10 townhomes, and 10,000 square feet of food and beverage space right across the street from this home.

The roof terrace, illustrated.

Other changes are altering the look and function of this part of town, all aiming to take advantage of the location.

Fetch Dog Park & Ice House is right down the street, and the Beltline’s Eastside Trail is a few blocks to the east. Couple those type of perks with nearby MARTA and other transit, and the property comes with a dynamite WalkScore of 92.

So, with the listing expected to hit the market later this month or in early March, the asking price of $789,000 could be realistic, given that other larger moderns in the community are asking about the same.

It’ll be interesting to see if potential buyers put forth a solid offer, even with those “sweeping views” in danger.

Three-seat counter in the kitchen.
Main living space.
Rendering of the master bathroom.