Like the extinction of empty lots, the rise of townhouses priced well north of a half-million bucks continues in the Old Fourth Ward.
The latest O4W townhome cluster is set to launch construction in October, around the corner from Ponce City Market on Glen Iris Drive, reps tell Curbed Atlanta.
Dubbed “The Boulevard at Glen Iris,” the 16-unit venture by The Providence Group is touting a “prime location” near the retail and entertainment hub, Historic Fourth Ward Park, and the Beltline. It’s expected to open next summer.
Prices will begin somewhere in the $800,00s and climb into the $900,00s. That’ll buy between 2,455 and 2,605 square feet (plus 506-square-foot rooftop terraces) and an included elevator for accessing all four levels, officials tell Curbed.
Each home will have three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
According to the official spiel, future residents will “enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle with top-tier craftsmanship, quality materials, and HOA-maintained landscaping [while] children attend Hope Hill Elementary, Inman Middle, and Grady High.”
Providence has built residential communities, with others in the pipeline, across the northern ’burbs.
Closer to the city’s core, it’s the builder behind the townhouse component at the $40 million Westside Village and, in south Grant Park, the Pratt Stacks project.
With prices starting in the high $300,000s, the latter community is under construction across the street from The Beacon, a repurposed warehouse district.
- The Boulevard at Glen Iris [site]