[Renderings] The Leon on Ponce Bringing Condos Priced From The 300s To Old Fourth Ward

Mixed-use project will offer 72 units, one level of retail and office space totaling 3,000 square feet.
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Plans to develop The Leon On Ponce, a new condominium mid-rise, are moving forward in Old Fourth Ward.

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What Now Atlanta this week uncovered renderings and additional details for the project, at 567 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE.

The Atlanta Business Chronicle in May first uncovered plans for the mixed-use development but did not publish any renderings (paywall.)

Urban Eco Group is the developer and Place Maker DesignThe Beacon Atlanta, Bazati Hall, Alpharetta City Center—is the project’s architect.

The Leon on Ponce will offer 72 condo units across four floors above two levels of parking.

There will be one level of retail and office totaling 3,000 square feet opening out to Ponce de Leon Avenue.

Amenity spaces would include a “roof deck.”

The building “style” is described in the application as “contemporary.”

Exterior materials include stucco, cementitious panel system, and vertical wood slat screens.

A metal screen system would cover the parking deck and the windows would be an “aluminum storefront system.”

Condos will be priced in the $300s to $600s range, according to a landing page for the development.

The site is adjacent Mister Car Wash and is currently used for parking. PodPoincs many years ago was growing vegetables out of shipping containers on the land.

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[…] Amenities have been described as a “roof deck,” but a project timeline hasn’t been specified. What Now Atlanta has a look at early renderings over here. […]

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