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Renderings: Near Eastside Trail, new Virginia-Highland condos to start in low $300Ks

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The project is coming together a stone’s throw from Ponce City Market, Hotel Clermont, and more

A rendering of a plain white condo building with private balconies.
Private balconies for all, says the developer.
Renderings: Hudson Development Group

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.

Another view of the white building, with a black staircase and railings at the back.
Another rendering of the rear of the building, which will feature parking spaces.

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.

A blueprint shows first-floor floor plans.
A blueprint shows second-floor floor plans.