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Developer: Grant Park condos neighboring Beltline, Beacon are Atlanta’s top sellers

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Nearly half of all 132 units at Pratt Stacks have sold since November, project leaders report

Kitchen and dining area with dining table and chairs on the left and kitchen counters on the right.
Flexible open spaces are attracting a lot of attention in Grant Park.
Images by Warren Bond Photography, courtesy of The Providence Group

If one multifamily example is any indication, it appears the Beltline’s Southside Trail corridor is joining its Eastside counterpart as a highly desired place to call home.

Since its unveiling last November, Pratt Stacks in Grant Park has already sold nearly half of its total inventory of 132 condominiums, making it the top-selling Atlanta community for 2019, per officials with developer The Providence Group of Georgia.

Another sixteen condos had sold in the first 45 days of this year, development reps noted.

Occupying 14, four-story buildings, the condos are priced from $399,900 to the $570,000s and are available in six different floorplans.

Offering two to four bedrooms, and two to three bathrooms, they range in size from 1,493 to 2,264 square feet. Every home comes with a one-car garage.

Interior features in some units include two-story family rooms, lofts, dual ownership suites, and covered terraces.

Located at 1039 Grant Street SE, the community’s location across from Beacon Atlanta and along the forthcoming Southside Trail appears to be a major selling point for the condos, although it’ll likely be years before that trail section is actually paved.

Site plan showing color-coded home sites.
The site plan includes space for a future phase, although no plans have been announced for it yet.

Officials say the condos won’t be alone as there are plans for a future phase with a different product in the offing.

According to Kelly Fink, vice president of marketing for The Providence Group of Georgia, they expect to release details on the new phase in the fall.

Once those materialize, it’ll be interesting to see if they move as quickly as existing condos.

An open floorplan with the living area in the front and kitchen in the back.
This open floorplan showcases the living and kitchen spaces.
Bedroom outfitted with table, bright yellow chair and ceiling decorated with graphics.
A bold approach to design in this bedroom/den.
Room filled with couches, round coffee table, flatscreen TV and lamps.
A TV lounge could function as an extra bedroom.
Bedroom with brown walls, king bed, nightstands with lamps, and floor-to-ceiling doors overlooking the patio.
This master bedroom includes a covered patio.
Bathroom with double vanity and glass shower.
A spacious bathroom
A rendering of a four-story building with red, brown and white exterior walls.
The exterior features bold earth tones complemented by brick. The Beltline’s future Southside Trail is seen elevated at right.