A dozen upscale townhomes are in the works for a stalled, unsightly construction site in Garden Hills along a main Buckhead corridor.

Cablik Enterprises is moving forward with a 12-unit project at 2878 Piedmont Road that would see distinctly modern, four-story residences rise between Lindbergh/Uptown and Buckhead’s central business district, just east of Frankie Allen Park.

The site was formerly a single-family home turned architect offices and an adjacent, vacant lot. Both were cleared for new development about six years ago.

More recently, it’s been a fenced-off townhome construction site that’s changed hands several times, according to Alan Cablik, the development firm’s president.

Plans for gated entry off Piedmont Road. Courtesy of Cablik Enterprises

The Cablik Enterprise's Piedmont Road townhome site in relation to Frankie Allen Park and Buckhead Village landmarks. Google Maps

Cablik tells Urbanize Atlanta the 12 townhomes will range from 2,500 to 3,000 square feet, with the first units becoming available in roughly 14 to 18 months. Site work recently restarted, and Cablik says the project’s Realtor partner will be announced soon.

The development team is targeting a starting price for the townhomes of $1.5 million, according to Cablik.

Renderings show the townhomes split evenly in two rows with multiple outdoor spaces and garage entries off a central drive, all behind a gate along Piedmont Road. 

Courtesy of Cablik Enterprises

Courtesy of Cablik Enterprises

It’s not the only injection of modern design Piedmont Road stands to see soon.

About .8 miles up Piedmont Road toward central Buckhead, on the opposite side of the street, a proposed hub of retail, restaurant, and office spaces called The Buckhead Collection continues to revise its designs.

Those plans call for reviving a former restaurant/residential structure and low-rise offices in the 3100 block of Piedmont Road, roughly a block south of Peachtree Road in central Buckhead.

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