A formerly overgrown plot of land in residential Virginia-Highland is being redeveloped with Atlanta’s latest small batch of new condos.
At 788 Bonaventure Avenue, Hudson Development Group is constructing Foundry Flats, a nine-unit condo complex about a block and a half from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Designed by architect Bonnie Henry, the development, which will market units starting in the low $300,000s, is expected to feature seven one-bedroom, one-bath floorplans and two two-bed, two-bath units.
All will have 12-foot ceilings and “high-end designer finishes,” says Hudson managing member Will Hudson.
Each unit is slated to feature its own private balcony, and tenants would share a communal outdoor living space on the property.
The project would also have close proximity to Freedom Park, Ponce City Market, and Hotel Clermont.
“It’s a boutique product for buyers that want a new construction condo but want to be immersed in the Virginia-Highland neighborhood, rather than in a Midtown high-rise or converted dated building,” Hudson tells Curbed Atlanta.
Construction crews have framed the building and are putting in drywall now, Hudson says, and the development should be tenant-ready before next year.