The developer of The Felix West Midtown townhome development is moving forward with plans after an almost three-year wait, according to a new filing with the city of Atlanta.
The project was first announced by developer and owner Miller Lowry Developments in December 2018 as a 15-unit development with prices starting in the low $800s, a press release from that time shows.
A Concept Review Committee application from last month states that the developer will resubmit for permits after ones filed in 2018 expired. The previously approved layout and design will remain the same, according to the CRC filing.
Just west of Howell Mill Road, the project would rise on a vacant, triangular parcel in the Blandtown neighborhood and be bordered by Huff Road to the north, North Ashby Street to the west, and Earnest Street to the south. Designs led by Kuo Diedrich Chi Architects take from a flatiron architecture style.
Plans call for 15 three- and four-story homes with three- and four-bedroom floor plans ranging from 2,500 to 3,000 square feet. Each unit would have a two-car garage, its own rooftop terrace, and residential-sized elevators.
The project’s location would give residents access to nearby West Midtown retail and restaurant destinations such as Westside Provisions. The development site is also about a quarter-of-a-mile north of the 200-plus-unit Goat Farm Arts Center mixed-use project.
Founded in 2003, Miller Lowry Developments acquired the .791-acre project site in April 2018 from Eastover Waterworks LLC for about $1.88 million, according to Fulton County property data.
Miller Lowry Developments didn’t immediately respond to request for comment.