The first phase of an Old Fourth Ward townhome venture geared toward Atlantans who don’t want or need 2,000 square feet is officially a go, developers say.
With new renderings that give glimpses of rooftops and interiors, developer Foyer Urban announced this week that ground has broken on the first phase of “Views at O4W” on Parkway Drive.
That means 10 of an eventual 27 townhomes are moving forward now, a block west of Boulevard.
Sizes will range between 1,790 and 1,862 square feet with up to three bedrooms (or two bedrooms plus a flex space). Prices will start in the low $600,000s, according to Foyer Urban, a local homebuilder “uniquely positioned to provide its customers with modern, affordable housing in the areas where they want to live,” per marketing materials.
Each unit will have a rooftop deck (basically a prerequisite for O4W new construction) with views spanning from downtown to Midtown, developers say. Notably, a high-end appliance package with Wolf ranges and Sub-Zero fridges is part of the deal, too.
Other facets will include fenced backyards, two-car garages, and what’s described as a “centralized mew constructed out of environmentally friendly permeable pavers” that all units will face.
“Everything the city has to offer is right at the doorstep of this community,” Dave Odom, Foyer Urban president, said in a release. “Some of the best eateries and shopping opportunities are within walking distance.”
- Views at O4W [site]