The Atlanta BeltLine Design Review Committee on Wednesday will review plans for a 31-unit townhome project in the Chosewood Park neighborhood at 310 McDonough Blvd. SE, its meeting agenda shows. The applicant behind the project is RHR Investments LLC Managing Partner Stephen Holmes.
Bordered by Milton Avenue, McDonough Avenue, and Grant Street, the 2-acre project site is currently a vacant lot. Special Administrative Permit filings with the city show it is owned by HRF-Atlanta Benteen LLC, an entity registered to the Washington, D.C. address of Growth, an initiative of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.
The project would feature 10 two-bedroom homes, 11 three-bedrooms, and 10 four-bedrooms. A rezoning ordinance from February shows the expected sales prices for the two-bedroom townhomes is $325,000 each.
Designed by Atlanta-based firm Studio SOGO, the project’s style “will mimic the craftsman look of the neighborhood,” featuring three-sided brick construction “that blends seamlessly with the neighborhood,” Holmes writes in an SAP filing this month.
Plans call for the project to feature about 26,000 square feet of usable open space as well as 3,720 square feet of balconies. It will provide 62 parking spaces.
The NCRC is a nonprofit formed in 1990 to steer private capital into underserved communities, according to its website.