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Latest Chamblee mixed-use development will include $200K condos

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Slated to break ground next month, The Gordon project is banking on proximity to MARTA and the city’s historic core

Rendering of brick-clad multi-story building.
Another example of ITP condos moving forward.
WIndsor Stevens

With steady growth on the rise, Chamblee continues to attract new housing options, many touted as cheaper ITP alternatives.

Case in point: The Gordon.

Breaking ground next month, developer Windsor Stevens’ mixed-use development The Gordon will offer 50 condominiums for sale, with the first 24 homes priced from the $200,000s. They’ll range from 501 to 1,098 square feet.

While projects from Kirkwood to Ormewood Park and Buckhead Village anecdotally suggest the Atlanta condo is making a comeback, The Gordon is still a somewhat rare venture of for-sale new condos in the north ITP area. However, while the entry price is relatively attainable, the floorplans at that size are tight for Atlanta.

Although there’s been no mention of potential HOA fees (yes, it’s very early), building amenities will include a rooftop lounge and fitness studio.

In addition, for residents wanting transit connectivity, The Gordon could be an option. Located at 3543 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road, the building is a quarter-mile walk to the Chamblee MARTA station.

Comprised of two buildings, once finished, The Gordon also will include 7,500 square feet of retail space.

Rendering of brick building with shadow people walking along sidewalk.
The look of planned retail space and access to Chamblee’s The Rail Trail.

The site is also adjacent to The Rail Trail, Chamblee’s version of the Beltline, and is within walking distance of downtown Chamblee, which continues to grow with dining and shopping options.

After a planned groundbreaking next month, The Gordon’s pre-sales will be offered this spring, with anticipated closings in early 2021, officials said this week.