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In shadow of Atlanta Braves’s stadium, plans emerge for 300 Vinings homes

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Residential mix near SunTrust Park on Cumberland Parkway surprisingly includes lofts

A rendering of the proposed, roughly 300-home arrangement.
The proposed, roughly 300-home gated arrangement.
Courtesy of Ashton Woods

Boasting minutes-long drive times to Vinings Jubilee, Cumberland Mall, and the entertainment superplex that is SunTrust Park and The Battery, a 19-acre site just over the Chattahoochee River from Atlanta will soon host a variety of nearly 300 residences, developers have announced.

The Ashton Woods project, christened “Reverie,” will rise on Cumberland Parkway, a little less than three miles south of the Bravos’s new digs.

Expect a gated community “tucked away from the bustle with ample green space, a community pool, and fitness area for recreation,” per marketing materials.

Plans call for a somewhat surprising mix of townhomes, single-family dwellings, and for-sale lofts.

Hypothetical interiors, per the developer’s website.
Ashton Woods

The loft floorplans and aesthetics will echo the Manor Homes at the developer’s in-progress Aria community near the new Mercedes Benz Headquarters in Sandy Springs. More than 150 residences have sold there, and the Manor Homes have been among the most popular, officials said.

The project joins another large-scale venture recently unveiled for this pocket of Cobb County: Mill Creek’s Modera Vinings, where denizens of the 269 rentals will enjoy access to their own paddle-boat pond.

Metro Atlanta’s latest Modera community wants to make a splash.
Modera Vinings

Ashton Woods officials said Reverie homes won’t be available for sale until later in 2018, when prices will be announced.

No construction timeline was specified, but given its scope, don’t expect the project to sprout overnight.

Nonetheless, per a statement from Michael Malloy, Ashton Woods Atlanta vice president of sales and marketing, “Reverie has already received an extraordinary amount of positive interest from the Cumberland community.”