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Reynoldstown’s latest townhome crop is debuting large options in $530Ks

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Rising project Madison Village on Moreland Avenue aims for February occupancy

A rendering of new townhouses coming together in Reynoldstown.
The non-Moreland Avenue-facing side.
TaC Studios renderings via Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s

As a recently christened Atlanta Beltline neighborhood, Reynoldstown has seen the emergence of townhomes on virtually all sides in recent years.

Options range from the moderately priced (and sold out) Moda Reynoldstown townhouses to the north; John Wieland’s JW Collection’s The Heritage on Memorial with prices in the $800,000 range (and standard elevators) to the south; and the 23-unit, modern-style Reynolds Square, which is expanding to final phases near the Edgewood Retail District to the east.

Along Moreland Avenue, add another eastern-front project to the R-town list.

In recent days, a 16-unit venture called “Madison Village” has been debuting townhomes on the market from $539,900.

Aiming for February move-ins, this village developed by PacificPoint Realty (the group behind Rankin Townhomes in Old Fourth Ward) is rising roughly six blocks from a direct Eastside Trail entrance at Kirkwood Avenue.

It was designed by TaC Studios, a commercial and residential architecture firm among intown Atlanta’s early aughts, modern-home pioneers. Other townhomes by the firm include Axis along DeKalb Avenue in Candler Park.

Beyond the Beltline, the community is marketed as being close to a “plethora of dining and shopping options” and MARTA transit, which helps explain the strong 79 WalkScore. Rooftop decks are said to have “gorgeous views,” and per renderings, bathroom aesthetics will lean very AC Hotel.

The cheapest units listed so far are relatively large, counting four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms among 2,491 square feet.

On the flip side, the priciest listing to date ($564,900) is larger (2,566 square feet) but tallies one fewer bedroom and bathroom.

With occupancy not expected for at least three months, prospective buyers aren’t too late to customize finishes, listings note.