A brick-clad community positioned where Midtown meets Buckhead is stepping up the sales push for its last available home roughly six years after the boutique project broke ground.

Once upon a time, the 28th at Brookwood project’s 23 residences were expected to be delivered in late 2018, with price tags starting in the mid-$700,000s. Like those prices, delivery expectations have fluctuated as homebuilders have come and gone.

With 18 townhomes and five freestanding, detached homes and duplexes in a similar style, the Brookwood/Ardmore project is tucked off Peachtree Road near the restaurant row that includes R. Thomas’ and what used to be Uncle Julio’s but is currently a construction site.

The project's Huntington Hills Lane location, just north of the Brookwood Spilt, where Interstates 75 and 85 diverge. Google Maps

28th at Brookwood/Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty

The lone remaining new-construction option at 28th at Brookwood is a duplex plan called The Cornell, or homesite 15.

It’s offering four bedrooms and three and ½ bathrooms in about 2,614 square feet for $874,900.

All options are four stories with four sides of brick, spanning up to 3,081 square feet, in a location once marketed as “one of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods.” In-unit perks include Viking stainless steel appliances, 10-foot ceilings on the main level, and rooftop terraces with gas fireplaces. Some homes included elevators.

Listings note the community’s proximity to shops and eateries along Peachtree, plus walkability to Tanyard Creek Park and, by extension, the BeltLine’s Northwest Trail, which finalized its route for construction last year.

Facade of the remaining The Cornell unit, a four-bedroom option in about 2,600 square feet. 28th at Brookwood/Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty

28th at Brookwood/Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty

The 28th at Brookwood project was started by Rockhaven Homes, a largely suburban homebuilder that’s also built more affordable neighborhoods on Atlanta’s southside. The project was later featured on Monte Hewett Homes' website. Today, Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty is handling sales and marketing.

Find a closer look in the gallery above.

The 28th at Brookwood site plan, as seen when more units remained available. 28th at Brookwood/Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty


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