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Atlantic Station’s evolution continues with flank of new ‘Stacks’ townhomes

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Touting “exciting” views, the first option to market costs $725,000

A townhome with a ceiling fan on the top floor overlook a wide street and a city.
The top-floor Midtown views from Unit No. 9 at 223 16th Street.
Ansley Atlanta Real Estate

The ongoing evolution around Atlantic Station isn’t relegated to vintage-style office stacks, buildings made from timber, or a central green space that’s being opened up at the expense of several structures.

In addition to apartments-to-condos conversions in the mega-development’s core, a new offering on Atlantic Station’s residential front has taken shape along 16th Street, in the shadow of The Atlantic, the district’s tallest high-rise.

A row of black and white townhomes with a bare tree and yellow grass in front.
The new 16th Street facades.

Called “Atlantic Stacks,” the venture includes 14 townhomes that aim to deliver “modern elegance” with views described as “exciting” and strong walkability (WalkScore: 84).

The first offering—three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two half-baths—has listed with Ansley Atlanta Real Estate this week for $725,000. Square footage clocks in at 2,658.

The highlight could be the roof terrace, which connects with a top-floor living space via European-style folding doors and includes a wet bar. (The property is listed as being elevator-ready; that means hoofing four flights between the street and rooftop hang is part of the deal, as is.)

Elsewhere, the 10-foot ceilings on every floor, elegant quartz, and the outdoor grill on the main level all qualify as nice.

We’ve asked for more information regarding HOA costs, the broader range of prices, and estimated delivery, and we’ll update this post with any information that comes.

A gray and white dining and living room with blue furniture.
Dining and kitchen combo, with an attached terrace.
A white and gray kitchen with black seats and stainless appliances.
The blank-slate kitchen, with a waterfall island of quartz and seating for four.
A white living room with blue and gray furniture.
Another angle on the three main-level spaces.
A grill and chairs on a balcony with a bare tree.
An outdoor grill accessed off the living room.
A white and grey office with a ceiling fan overhead.
A first-floor home office that, per the listing, could be used as live-work.
A white and gray bedroom with a large bed.
Master bedroom.
A white master bathroom with a large tub and two sinks.
A fanciful light fixture and hard surfaces aplenty in the master bath.
A sitting area with a wet bar and a terrace outside.
At the top level, the wet bar and sitting area are separated (or not) from the terrace by folding doors, unveiling city and neighborhood views beyond.
A parking garage and street at right.
The townhome development site, fronting the parking garage, as seen in 2016.
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