Updated Renderings, Details Revealed for The Roycroft Condos As Sales Begin

Virginia-Highland project will offer 42 units across one-, two-, and three-bedroom floorplans with a few penthouse with rooftop terrace options.
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Capital City Real Estate (CCRE) last week began sales at its under-construction Virginia-Highland residential project The Roycroft Condos, at 675 Drewry St NE. Delivery is planned for 2021.

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“Inspired by the Craftsman movement in the United States, ‘The Roycroft’ will offer a high-end living experience through detailed design, functional floorplans, and quality amenity spaces located directly on the Atlanta BeltLine,” according to CCRE’s website for The Roycroft.

“CCRE plans to develop 42 well-appointed residences in this boutique condominium which will also include penthouses with expansive private roof decks. ‘The Roycroft’, located on what used to be Roy Street, takes its design cues from the historic Virginia-Highland neighborhood and its craftsman-style architecture, but with a slightly modern twist.”

The Roycroft has floorplans available in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations ranging between 889 and 1,760 square feet. All residences feature balconies including rooftop terraces on the Penthouse level. Among the amenities will be a two-story club room facing the Atlanta BeltLine, featuring an outdoor terrace, fireplace, game tables, seating, and a dog wash station.

Condos start in the low $400s.

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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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3 months ago

Looks great! Love the connection to neighborhood. Assuming these will go fast if people are looking for a condo in Atlanta. That view has got to be pretty epic from there…

3 months ago

I see nothing even close to this being “craftsman-style.”

Edward Cole
3 months ago

Amid widespread unemployment and a looming housing crisis these kind of puff pieces about upscale life for the rich are obscene.

Also, the exterior is not in any way “Royctoft.”

3 months ago

They look like everything else being built. Not one interesting detail.

3 months ago

Low 400s plus HOA for 889 sq feet. What a time to be alive.

3 months ago

Prices for the units hit the open market today.
Some highlights:
3 bed 2.5 bath 1,712 sqft for $1,029,900 hope it is furnished with very high end luxury appliances and finishes for that price.
1 bed 1.5 bath 884 sqft for $449,900 ouch.

3 months ago
Reply to  MidtownMark

I live a block away from the Eastside trail, and I don’t have much interest in using it anymore. It’s full of annoying people that don’t even live in the area.
It’s so not worth paying the BeltLine upcharge.
I probably won’t live long enough to see transit on the BeltLine, so I’m starting to be a “it’s just a
glorified sidewalk” believer.
It’s great if you’re a poser or bar-hopper though.

3 months ago

i beg to differ, (before covid) i avoid it on the weekends but the weekdays are full of people that live here. i personally see it as pointless living in the city unless you live next to a great park or the beltline

3 months ago
Reply to  cwl

I live in a beautiful neighborhood with tree lined streets and plenty of parks!
So I’m good.

3 months ago

If you live a block away, you (should) have the luxury of using it during off peak hours when it’s still wonderful.

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