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First look: Condos from the $100Ks floated across from Kirkwood’s Pullman Yard

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Early plans call for 60 for-sale units and space for restaurants, shops

A brick building with big arched windows.
A rendering showing arched windows and ground-level storefronts along the Rogers Street facade.
Sturgis Construction/Pullman Flats; designs by McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture

Promotional efforts have launched for a Kirkwood condo project that could offer relatively inexpensive buying options at the doorstep of the historic Pratt-Pullman Yard’s planned transformation.

Called Pullman Flats, the project expects to deliver 60 condos starting in the $190,000s, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, by this fall 2021, according to signage at the Rogers Street site.

Condo square footages and the cost of larger units wasn’t shared by developers.

Charlie Tate, managing partner with Proxima Development, said Pullman Flats pre-sales are planned to launch in early March. He declined to share further information about the project until then.

A brick building along a street with a car exiting.
Another look at the tiered facade.
Sturgis Construction/Pullman Flats

City records show paperwork has been filed to demolish three one-story structures on site and build a 60-unit complex with 23,000 square feet of retail.

The building would face the barren section of the Pullman Yard property where more than 350 apartments are planned as part of the Pratt Pullman District.

Marketing materials tout a “timeless style” with two large amenity decks, a covered patio with a bar, a dual-sided fireplace, and rooftop lounge with space for gilling and tossin’ cornhole bags.

Elsewhere on the property would be a fitness center and dog-washing room.

A fence advertising condos around two older houses.
Signage and fencing recently put up around the condo site.
Curbed Atlanta

The site is one parcel away from Kirkwood’s Edgehill community, a section of 23 new townhomes that also faces the Pullman property, and within blocks of several other townhome ventures and hundreds of apartments that have cropped up during Atlanta’s ongoing economic surge.

A new condo building, however, would be an anomaly for the area.

A white old home behind construction fencing.
The second of two older houses now behind fencing, as seen this week.
Curbed Atlanta
A brick and concrete building with many balconies.
A broader look at the project from a promotional website.
Pullman Flats