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Priced in $400Ks, latest townhomes praising Beltline Eastside Trail proximity launch

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Edgewood project called “The Row on Wylie” is under construction off Moreland Avenue

In recent years, townhome projects hawking steps-away proximity to the Atlanta Beltline have popped up from Virginia-Highland to Inman Park and all the way down to Boulevard Heights.

The latest to employ that tactic is “The Row on Wylie.”

Under construction off Moreland Avenue, the five-unit venture is the latest in a recent wave of Edgewood townhomes that’s risen, for the most part, near the neighborhood’s MARTA station shared with Candler Park, with a few exceptions.

According to promotional materials, the four-story Wylie Street offerings will be priced in the $400,000s, with rooftop terraces and a common green space.

The site this week.
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We’ve asked project reps for more specifics in terms of construction timelines, finishes, and exact pricing and will update this post with any details that come.

The project’s website stresses proximity to the usual: the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, Krog Street Market, Edgewood Retail District, and the forthcoming Madison Yards.

As with other listings, the nearby “Memorial corridor” in general is cited as a bonus.

The site is neighbored by a small Moreland Avenue commercial building—once a Goodfellas pizza, InstaLoan, and Inferno Fitness, among other uses—that’s being converted to a Dunkin’ Donuts.

The 1194 Wylie Street lot in question, with a Moreland Avenue carwash seen at left, in September.
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Looking west, toward pads recently poured. A ravine cuts behind the property.
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Progress next door on a Dunkin’ that’s been in the works for Moreland Avenue for years. Earlier attempts to retrofit a Little Five Points building (currently Hattie B’s Hot Chicken) didn’t pan out, following neighbor pushback.
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