Alliance Residential Company has has opened Prose Fairview, a Class-A apartment community in Covington, the real estate developer recently announced. It is the company’s second Prose-branded apartment community to be completed in the Atlanta metropolitan area this year.
Located on more than 36 acres, at 3655 Fairview Road, the community includes 318 one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartment units averaging 996 square feet. Rents range from $1,375 for a one-bedroom unit to $1,610 for a two-bedroom unit.
“With Covington rapidly gaining a reputation as the next ‘boom town’ in the Atlanta metropolitan area, we are thrilled to open the doors to the much-anticipated Prose Fairview, our newest apartment community designed specifically to serve residents seeking well-appointed apartment living near one of the fastest growing employment corridors,” said Alliance Residential Company Managing Director Noah Randall in a press release. “As more individuals with modern taste relocate to the area, this community pairs thoughtfully curated design and lifestyle amenities with the ease of access to work and play for a high quality of living.”
Designed by architect Dynamik Design, the units feature custom white shaker cabinets, granite countertops, a dining-sized entertainment kitchen island, kitchen and linen pantries, stainless steel appliances, chrome plumbing fixtures, wood plank-style flooring throughout, walk-in closets in all bedrooms, and side-by-side Samsung washers and dryers.
Community amenities include a saltwater pool with sun shelf seating area, outdoor grilling area, a clubhouse with catering kitchen and entertainment lounge, fitness center, co-working spaces, a pet park, more than two miles of walking trails, 24/7 LuxerOne package concierge system and ample parking.
“Prose Fairview’s strategic location offers quick access to local employers, downtown Atlanta, and the airport,” Andrew Butcher, Development Associate for Alliance Residential, said. “Residents can enjoy all the benefits that suburban life has to offer without making the sacrifice of a long commute, and that is a big win.”