New Crop of Contemporary Townhomes Planned For Reynoldstown

Units are planned to be priced in the "very low 400s."

Units are planned to be priced in the “very low 400s.”

An empty corner lot at the edge of Reynoldstown is getting a new look.

Pacific Point Realty (PPR) is planning a new residential community at the site of 125 Moreland Avenue SE, developer Karim Shariff told What Now Atlanta Monday.

The project will consist of 16 contemporary design, premium townhomes which will aim to focus on a balance of day-to-day living and entertaining.

Local contemporary architect TaC Studios is designing the homes.

Each unit would feature open, spacious floor plans with finished hardwood floors and functional design built in “down to the very last detail.” An architectural stairway from the main living level up to the bedroom level is planned to be a part of each unit, intended to be the focal point of the homes.

“It will be in the center of the space and provide a unique, contemporary feel that is typically reserved for $1M+ price points,” Shariff said.

PPR, however, is planning to price the homes in the “very low 400s.”

Units would be sized at about 2,000 square feet of conditioned space, including 3 beds and 3.5 baths, full rooftop decks touting amazing views, and spacious two-car garages. Homes will feature large master bedrooms with walk-in closets, front porches, terraces on the main level, and large open chef’s kitchens with ample storage.

Vehicular entrance will be located off Kirkwood Ave. to allow for simple ingress/egress and easy street parking for guests.

The units along busy Moreland Avenue are planned to be constructed with sound insulating materials and will be set-back from the street.

Most units will feature private yards, and the community will also include a large common area green space amenity for homeowners to enjoy.

Project completion is expected around the end of summer 2017.

PPR is behind other modern local residential projects including 5th and Piedmont, and recently made headlines for its planned redevelopment of the site of the historic DAR/Cragie House across from the Piedmont Driving Club.

Julia Sirb

Julia studied Urban Planning and Economic Development at GSU's School of Policy Studies. She is interested in the way a city's built environment, policy decisions, and economy work together to shape its culture. When not typing, she's writing calligraphy or looking for the next great shot through the lens of her medium format film camera.

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2 Comments

  1. This is still an overgrown rats nest, with the fencing now falling down into the street. Don’t think they’ll make their summer 2017 estimate.

  2. Kirkwood Avenue doesn’t have “simple street parking” even now; it certainly won’t after 18 more townhouses are added.

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