The subject of wonky Atlanta development conversation for two years, a Cabbagetown project bringing rare new condos and townhouses is scheduled to deliver within weeks.
In particular, the five-townhome component along Estoria Street will be finished either this month or next, according to a listing posted this week.
It’ll mark the eccentric eastside neighborhood’s first new batch of townhomes in recent memory—and another example of the Memorial Drive corridor’s hard-charging metamorphosis.
The new development sits just east of historic Oakland Cemetery, catty-corner to the Atlanta Dairies adaptive-reuse project site, and across the street from where Modera Reynoldstown is expected to stand.
The listing states that three townhomes at 764 Memorial remain available despite months on the market, priced from the mid-$500,000s.
The example given is a three-bedroom, three and a half bathroom option for $569,900 (with monthly HOA fees of $332). Roof decks, quartz countertops, and a potential live-work space at ground level come standard.
Listings state that two assigned parking spots included with each unit are covered, but renderings beg to differ.
The floorplan across four levels is illustrated with a 2,130-square-foot option (below). It’s the largest floorplan shown on the development’s website.