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Reynoldstown duplex community is rising, and it’s called ‘The Alley’

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This “unparalleled intown living experience” begins at $700K, initial listings indicate

A rendering of a new duplex community rising in Reynoldstown Atlanta.
A look at The Alley, from the street.
Keller Knapp Realty

From the edge of MARTA tracks to the bustle of Moreland Avenue and Memorial Drive, townhomes and duplexes have sprung up across Reynoldstown in recent years.

The latest semi-detached cluster is claiming an empty corner lot a couple of blocks from both Moreland and the recently extended Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail.

Collectively, the six-unit duplex community is called The Alley, and prices begin 100 bucks shy of $700,000, according to initial Keller Knapp Realty listings.

With street frontage along Arkwright Place and, yes, alley access behind, the project is coming out of the ground less than a block from Mattie Branch, another under-construction Reynoldstown multifamily community.

Listings cite everything from Madison Yards and Krog Street Market to Lang-Carson Park as proof that The Alley “provides an unparalleled intown living experience, customized for the modern lifestyle.”

The corner-lot site along Flat Shoals Avenue, where it splits with Arkwright Place, as seen prior to construction in October.

Each option has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, two-car garages, and covered rooftops described as private and “matchless.”

Of the two home listings thus far, $699,900 buys 2,318 square feet (the 1100 plan below), while $749,900 gets 2,457 square feet next door.

A planned Beltline link—The Trolley Line Trail—is expected to be built along what’s basically The Alley’s doorstep, providing a PATH route that would extend to points east, including Edgewood, Kirkwood, and on to Decatur.

The site plan on R-town’s southeastern flank.
Initial floorplan release for the larger units.