One year after opening, in Atlanta largest green space It has once again proved its allure to attract large, relatively dense developments west of Midtown and Downtown.
like block build Ten29 West projectcontinues to set sales records with Bankhead, a townhome venture by national homebuilder Ashton Woods, a short walk or biking distance from Westside Park, but on a much larger scale. It’s getting bigger.
called park view, the gated community of Rockdale is replacing a long shuttered warehouse facility on Johnson Road with what will be nearly 300 townhomes when completed. Westside Park, which debuted in its first phase on 280 acres last August, is located south across the street.
Park Vue recently launched four different floor plans, with prices starting at $419,000 for the two-story option. The largest of his three-story units, the Brysen plan, starts at $498,000 per marketing material. All he has his 1 car garage with 2 or 3 bedrooms.
Options range from 1,362 to 1,600 square feet, so a sprawling townhome floor plan like Residence at Studioplex These are not. However, they can become competitors for downsizing and first-time home buyers.
The bold exterior colors shown in the rendering are reminiscent of another rainbow townhome community in the area. Medium waist, was built about 15 years ago. Although the similarities almost end there.
About 30 Park Vue townhomes have been sold to date, according to Ashton Woods’ promotional website.
According to the listing, the first round of units will be finished by the end of the year, and the other units will be finished by next spring. Amenities finally include a communal pool with cabanas and an on-site pond.
A recent project announcement notes that Parkview’s 293 planned townhomes are in close proximity to everything from Atlantic Station and the Georgia Aquarium to the “Mercedes-Benz Superdome.”
“This charming West Midtown community is surrounded by historic heritage districts, urban lofts, local art galleries, live music venues and thriving businesses,” the official project’s enthusiasm reads. It is written. “After a rush home from work in downtown Atlanta or Buckhead, relax by stopping at a local brewery, eating dinner at a trendy restaurant, or strolling across the street to Westside Reservoir Park. please give me.”
We are asking for more information regarding the timeline for completing all phases of Park Vue and will post additional information. In the meantime, head over to the gallery to get a closer look at what’s happening around the north side of Westside Park.
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