With over 45% sold, Madison Village is selling fast. This collection of townhomes features skyline views and rooftop terraces, as well as a location convenient to the Atlanta BeltLine and the Spoke MARTA. Visit MadisonVillageATL.com or contact Allen Snow for more information.
Only one home remains at The Grove at Avondale, a gated community of thirty-six detached cottages. Any contract accepted in the month of April will be given a free elevator upgrade valued at $40,000.
Only one home remains at The Grove at Avondale, a community of 36 detached cottages built by renowned builder Thrive Homes. Steps away from historic Avondale Estates and downtown Decatur, this home is first tier for the sought-after Museum School.
Lot 33, the remaining home, is one of the largest in the community. The seller is offering a free elevator upgrade valued at $40,000 on any contracts binding by the end of April. Contact Allen at 404-931-1176 or AllenSnowRealty@gmail.com for more info.
It might not seem earth-shattering on paper, but a proposed multimodal corridor extending 15th Street by two blocks in Midtown would provide a vital link between gangbusters new development in the area and MARTA transit, project leaders believe.
In the works for a couple of years, the 15th Street extension would alter what’s currently a dead-end at West Peachtree Street and utilize Georgia Department of Transportation right-of-way, eliminating the need for protracted, expensive land acquisition.
Read more at Curbed Atlanta
Railroad giant Norfolk Southern’s $575 million Midtown headquarters officially broke ground Tuesday, as emphasized on site by some of Georgia’s most powerful names.
Scoring the Fortune 500 company from northern Virginia was a considerable win for the state and the city, stressed Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.
“This relocation is not only a testament to Atlanta’s thriving, inclusive business community and talented workforce; it exemplifies the power of public-private sector teamwork in our city,” said Bottoms, according to a press release.
Read more at: Curbed Atlanta
The Grove at Avondale is a gated community of 36 gorgeous single-family cottages built by renowned developer and builder Thrive Homes. Nestled between the city of Decatur and Avondale Estates, The Grove at Avondale features a community swimming pool, pool pavilion, grilling station and walking path with a unique mix of homes including three, four and five-bedroom floor plans. The mix of stunning architecture, brilliant exterior colors, and artful landscaping make The Grove at Avondale an idyllic respite to call home.
The last three homes are spacious, three bedroom and three- and one-half bathroom floor plans located on premium lots 29, 33, and 35. Lot 33 is the last elevator compatible home with 2,683 +/- heated square feet and well-priced at $595,500. Lots 29 and 35 are 2,100 +/- square feet and also well-priced at $469,900.
All of the remaining homes feature custom hardwood flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, and gourmet kitchens, well equipped with stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, large islands, gorgeous lighting fixtures and quartz countertops. The oversized master bedroom suites feature walk-in closets and gorgeous en-suite bathrooms, as well as dual vanities. All of the finishes and warm color palettes were selected by professional interior designers, making the interiors of the homes as attractive and inviting as the community itself. The Grove at Avondale is a beautiful and inviting place to call home.
To schedule a personal tour please call or email Allen Snow at 404.931.1176 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grove at Avondale
On a triangular plot of land in downtown Chamblee where housing developments have sputtered before, a cluster of townhouses called “The Bristol” is aiming to plug a gap in the urbanizing city’s core.
The 17-unit project designed by TSW Architects and developed by Cablik Enterprises, which has delivered modern-style townhouses across Atlanta, aims to finish construction this fall, according to listings.
Read more at Curbed Atlanta.