In what could be a sign of Atlanta’s appetite for multifamily homes available for purchase by non-millionaires, only five homes remain up for grabs at the eastside’s newest, nearly complete condo development.
“Moda Reynoldstown,” a townhome and condo community erected alongside Weatherby Street, broke ground on its 19-unit condo phase in late 2017, teasing one- and two-bedroom units beginning in the low $200,000s.
(Also on the Moda property, residents are inhabiting 45 townhomes ranging from 1,500 to about 2,000 square feet.)
Moda spokeswoman Annette Izquierdo told Curbed Atlanta construction of the condo complex, which stands a few blocks from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail extension, is due to be complete by the end of July or early August.
Developed by St. Clair Holdings, Moda Reynoldtown boasts a saltwater community pool, rooftop decks and patios, and oversized windows.
Inside, the development’s residences feature five-inch plank hardwood floors, farm-style kitchen sinks, and smart-wiring options.
The five units that remain on the market are one-bedrooms of 716 square feet; some of the others already sold or under contract measure up to 1,000 square feet.
The Moda Reynoldstown project echoes a nearby development that’s expected to bring 24 condos—and five townhomes—to neighboring Cabbagetown for a similar price range.