Pennsylvania developer Toll Brothers is making its first mark on metro Atlanta with 348 units of luxury living.
In late March, Toll Bothers Apartment Living, a subsidiary of the parent company that bills itself as “the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes,” broke ground on Oleander, a Brookhaven rental community.
Planted on Emory University’s 60-acre Executive Park campus, the new residential compound, to be nestled next to the Atlanta Hawks training facility, could be available for rent as soon as next summer, according to a press release.
It’s set to rise just south of the junction of North Druid Hills Road and Interstate 85.
The new apartment complex will offer the usual slate of posh amenities, such as “a resort-style pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a luxurious club room with a coffee bar, a dining room, lush courtyards, and more," the release states.
Expect five stories of wooden framing “with partial podium construction over the amenity spaces” and a 551-space parking garage.
“Oleander will be a key piece of the [area’s greater] masterplan by bringing in a luxury residential component,” said Stephen Bates, Atlanta’s director of acquisitions and development, per the release.
This is Toll Brothers’s second attempt at building in Atlanta, after plans for other apartments were stunted by the ill-fated Peachtree Dunwoody Pavilion redevelopment, according to Reporter Newspapers.
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