In this new installment of Curbed Comparisons, we’re examining two closely matched in-town townhouses situated within a few streets of one another.

Both are recent properties, with one brand new to the area, which means they both contain plenty of up-to-date features and decor. That translates into clean, contemporary lines, modern light fixtures, and technological amenities.


Midtown Alliance recently launched an initiative to improve a major neighborhood thoroughfare, aiming to better accommodate alternative modes of transportation.

A new installment of Atlanta’s “complete streets” projects, this plan would welcome a makeover of just more than a half mile of Midtown’s 5th Street, which links an abundance of residences, retail, and restaurants near Georgia Tech.

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Priced from the high-$700s.

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SOPHIA – Abstraction, versatility, balance, repetition, rhythm – this is the essence of Art Moderne. Sophia, designed in this exclusive style, evokes artfully- inspired living. Discover metropolitan sophistication in this exceptional collection of twelve spacious townhomes and twelve sprawling flats. The private, gated community is ideally located in Druid Hills, the famed Atlanta neighborhood. Live only moments from some of the area’s best parks, shopping, restaurants and much more.

With a striking modern style and sweeping open floor plans, these stunningly large homes provide features such as sleek custom interior designs curated by Mark Williams Design, private decks and balconies and the option for an elevator. Choose from a portfolio of one-story flats ranging from 2,200 to 2,400 square feet or three-story townhomes with over 3,000 square feet of living space. Residents will also enjoy the community’s forested private park and the cascading landscape sitting atop the beautifully tiered granite walls – an idyllic retreat.


Following the mid-March announcement that the city and Atlanta Beltline have bought the four-mile, crescent-shaped Southside Trail corridor from longtime owner CSX, it seemed imperative to explore the route (with guided permission) before work launches to rip out the inactive railroad tracks.

For the uninitiated, this fascinating, 63-acre tapestry of landscapes impresses.

By connecting existing Beltline pieces west and east of downtown, the Southside Trial will eventually create about 14 contiguous miles of Beltline, linking together nearly 20 neighborhoods.

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Promising intimate seating, 4K digital technology, “ninja-like” service, and farm-to-glass cocktails, luxury cinema and dining concept iPic Theaters has inked a lease to anchor Midtown’s reborn Colony Square

Projecting a 2020 opening, iPic will operate nine screens (with, at most, 60 seats per auditorium) alongside a 6,700-square-foot bar and restaurant at the Peachtree Street hub under redevelopment by North American Properties.

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“Slated to include 250,000 square feet of office space and 330 residential units, the project would mean big changes for a long-abandoned lot. But with no lead tenant for the office tower, the project seemed unlikely to begin construction soon.

Turns out that’s not the case.

According to multiple sources, developer Greenstone Properties intends to build the two-pronged project without a lead tenant. The group filed plans with a special administrative permit (SAP), indicating the project could move forward in the fall.”

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“Atlanta-based developer Selig, which revealed plans for the block-swallowing 1105 West Peachtree St. project back in 2016, has released more information about what to expect from the multi-towered development, including details on a rare new condo tower.”

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The largest undeveloped piece of land on Atlanta’s eastside is having a moment in the spotlight.

Dotted with nearly a dozen inimitable old structures, Kirkwood’s 27-acre Pratt-Pullman Yard should soon begin its transformation from a blighted, postindustrial filming location into a mixed-use hub with a Hollywood twist.


“Last year, MARTA began construction on an array of new mixed-use developments at stations across their network. Now, several of these transit oriented developments (that’s TODs, for short) are barreling toward completion, illustrating their transformative nature.

The result: As underutilized parking lots are turned into vibrant retail, residential, and office centers, MARTA is building a user base, and Atlantans are getting more housing options near transit.”