[Exclusive] Thrive Homes Breaks Ground on Ironside in East Atlanta Village

24 townhomes starting in the high-400s will be available late-spring 2018.

Atlanta-based residential developer Thrive Homes last week broke ground on Ironside, a new-construction townhome community with 24 units in the East Atlanta Village.

The project is a one-of-a-kind, according to Chris Rudd, CEO of Thrive.

“Homes are not widgets but rather an extension of who you are,” Rudd told What Now Atlanta (WNA) in a telephone interview Wednesday.

“We don’t repeat any projects. We custom design all of our plans for all of our projects and Ironside is no exception.”

Ironside, at 1321 Glenwood Avenue SE, is Thrive’s ideal “in-town, in-fill” project, replacing a run-down gas station and “other dilapidated buildings that have been boarded up for years.”

Each unit, starting in the high-400s, will be complete with a shade-sail-finished rooftop terrace and optional outdoor kitchen with grilling area.

Skylights atop the four flights of open stairs will provide natural light throughout.

Other key features include “oversized commercial-style windows,” modern cabinetry, hardwood floors, “special and specific trim,” and two-car garages.

“The main amenity is the specific location. This is the heart of East Atlanta. There are so many bars, restaurants, and shops literally right there.”

Rudd expects Ironside to go vertical by the end of February with a finished product set to hit the market late-spring, 2018.

Ironside’s groundbreaking comes on the heels of Thrive’s recently-completed Reynoldstown Row development with “several more getting ready to start.”

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Ironside - Floor plan 1
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Floor Plan B1: Thrive Homes
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Floor Plan B1a: Thrive Homes

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.

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