Renderings, Plans Unveiled for Modera Decatur By Mill Creek Residential

Slated for delivery in the fall of 2022, Modera Decatur is scheduled to break ground this month.

Multifamily investor and operator Mill Creek Residential has finalized plans for Modera Decatur, the company’s latest Atlanta-area mixed-use community that carries the “Modera” flag. The development will consist of 194 apartment homes and approximately 24,500 square feet of retail across 2.14 acres.

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Slated for delivery in the fall of 2022, Modera Decatur is scheduled to break ground this month, at 163 Clairemont Avenue, according to a press release Friday. Modera Decatur will be the ninth Mill Creek-operated community in Atlanta, joining existing communities in Buckhead, Midtown, and Sandy Springs, with Modera Reynoldstown and Modera Prominence opening this fall, and an additional forthcoming Prominence location targeting a July 2022 opening.

Located a few blocks from Decatur Square, the community offers private terraces, European-style cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and quartz countertops, in addition to amenities like a demonstration kitchen, fire pit and clubroom, alongside a fitness center with instructor-led classes, swim classes at the pool, sauna and steam room.

“We are really excited to expand our footprint to Decatur,” Chase Beasley, development associate for Mill Creek, said in the release. “This is our first community in this pocket of Atlanta, and we have strategically aligned our homes and amenities to provide a superior living experience in a location providing all of life’s comforts within a block.”

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  1. Looks like a great place for bitter Poncey-Highland renters to move to!
    Oh wait, since it’s a new building with a bunch of perks, it might blow their housing budget.

  2. This is going where the recently closed classic Brutalist Bank of America branch is.

    1. Oh…
      Would be cool if they could retrofit that building!
      I’m in the small minority that likes Brutalist architecture though.

  3. How is anyone going to be able to afford that…especially with covid guys are going to open just to be on an eviction ban? Dumbass

  4. I know every multifamily development can’t look like Lilli Midtown, but could they at least try to move the design needle just a little? The architecture is so boring and unimpressive, and says nothing about the surrounding context of the surrounding site. Not that Decatur is a bastion of high design, but this would look just as at home in Johns Creek as it would in Decatur. No sense of place.

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