A demolition permit application was submitted on Monday to make way for a 277-unit project led by Thrive Residential in the Chosewood Park neighborhood, city of Atlanta records show.
The project received Special Administrative Permit approvals earlier this month. Rezoned in February, the approximately 10-acre project site fronts the northern side of McDonough Boulevard, both east and west of Gault Street, and the southern sides of Casanova Street and Federal Terrace, a site plan shows.
This week’s filing calls for the demolition of four single-story structures just southeast of the corner of Gault Street and Federal Terrace.
Approved SAP plans call for 277 units of condominiums and single-family detached homes, along with 435 parking spaces. The project will include 39 one-bedrooms, 102 two-bedrooms, and 137 three-bedrooms, plans show.
The February rezoning ordinance shows that one-bedrooms will be priced from the low $200,000s to the low $300,000s, twos from the low $400,000s to the high $400,000s, and threes from the mid $400,000s to the mid $500,000s.
The architect is shown as Lessard Design.
Thrive Residential was acquired last year by national homebuilder Toll Brothers. It has focused on the Atlanta and Nashville markets since its founding in 2006.