Developers Hedgwood Homes have filed a rezoning application for a twelve-townhome project in south Buckhead, an area dominated by small multifamily buildings. The project would demolish three existing multifamily buildings, which have “either existing or the potential for five multifamily units” and replace them with twelve for-sale townhomes.
The project is seeking a rezoning from RG-2 residential to RG-3 residential, which would allow for a greater Floor to Area Ratio (FAR). According to a siteplan summited with the rezoning application, the townhomes would be built parallel to Sheridan Avenue in an alternating pattern, with some townhomes taking up the entire lot and some townhomes sharing a lot.
The townhomes would range in size from 3 bedroom and 2.5 bathrooms to 4 bed and 3.5 bathrooms. The estimated sale price according to the application is $750,000 – $1.2 million. Each townhome would feature a private garden of varying size, and some would include a pool and a four car garage. The property would be serviced by an access road bordering the development.
The project was reviewed by Neighborhood Planning Unit – B on Tuesday, September 7th. The project is next scheduled to go before the Zoning Review Board tonight, September 9th, where its zoning change application will be decided.