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Mixed-use residential community Modera Reynoldstown has started prelease for the first move-ins that will take place in August, according to a press release this week.
The property will offer 320 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments and around 18,400 square feet of street-level retail. Among the confirmed tenants is Envegan, a fast-growth, local restaurant chain that specializes in vegan eats.
“Modera Reynoldstown is centrally positioned near many of Atlanta’s favorite local attractions, including the Atlanta BeltLine, Grant Park, and new restaurants that everyone is talking about,” Chase Beasley, development associate for developer Mill Creek Residential, said in the release. “We know residents will enjoy this walkable and lively neighborhood, and we are excited to show everyone how we have captured the artistic character in this community.”
The community features a number of amenities such as a fitness center, a pool with cabanas, and a movie wall. There is also a music venue across the street and a hidden speakeasy.
Reynoldstown’s design is inspired by Brooklyn’s boutique hotels and residences, featuring an industrial look made up of reclaimed wood and black iron metals.