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In shadow of Ponce City Market, new $900K+ townhomes are ready for their closeup

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All 16 options along Glen Iris Drive in the Old Fourth Ward include an elevator

The interior of a townhome with white walls and an open floorplan and wood floors.
The furnished main living space of a model unit.
Photos courtesy The Providence Group/Views on Ponce

In the pipeline for a year and a half, a pocket of Old Fourth Ward townhomes close enough to Ponce City Market to claim it’s located at the mixed-use megaplex has released images and pricing for the finished product.

Announced in summer 2018, The Views on Ponce project has claimed an empty lot where Glen Iris Drive meets Boulevard Place, around the corner from Historic Fourth Ward Park and PCM.

Initially, prices for the 16 townhomes were expected to have begun in the $800,000s.

Sizes range from 2,455 to around 2,700 square feet, with rooftop terraces spanning another 500 square feet. Each consists of three or four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. They all include an elevator.

Promotional materials from developer The Providence Group describe the location as having “the ultimate in walkability,” a four-minute stroll from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, and the architecture as being inspired by its surroundings.

Prices now range from $944,900 to $999,999.

A row of white townhomes with cars parked in front of them on a street.
Exterior facades along Glen Iris Drive.

Interiors are by M Crisler Designs, two-car garages come with, and rooftop terraces crown each home. One is listed as being under contract and another sold, per the development’s website.

According to a project rep, five complete homes are currently ready to close in 30 days. Compass Development is now handling marketing efforts.

The same builder is behind the townhouse component at the $40 million Westside Village and, in south Grant Park, the Pratt Stacks project.

A white dining room with a living room at left with green chairs.
Where dining and living spaces conjoin in the model.
A big white kitchen with wood floors and stainless appliances.
Wide-plank flooring on display in the home’s kitchen.
A master bedroom with a brick wall behind a white bed.
A wall of brick in a master suite.
A white and gray master bathroom with a glass shower at left.
A standalone tub—and views across the neighborhood—in the master bath.
A view from the top of some townhomes to Ponce City Market and beyond.
Rooftop terrace views to PCM.
A row of white and gray townhomes with cars parked in front.
How the Glen Iris row meets the street.
A floorplan of two levels of a home in black and white.
A sample floorplan for corner units with the most expensive Boulevard II plan.
A floorplan of a townhome’s top two levels.
The top two levels in Boulevard II’s layout, with units one and six.