Flaunting access to public transportation, major highways, and a north ITP greenspace that’s undergoing substantial upgrades, a boutique Chamblee townhome project has risen up and started coming to market.

Designed and built by the Frayer & Judge firm, the community called Avion will feature 12 townhomes along Dresden Drive, near its intersection with Buford Highway.

The main entry point to Dresden Park—where a $13-million renovation is launching this month—is located a couple of blocks up the street.

Recent photos of Avion construction progress. Avion/Keller Williams Atlanta Midtown

Avion's 2186 Dresden Drive location off Buford Highway near Dresden Park. Google Maps

The project is marketed as having a “timeless” style and “glorious open floorplans” in “the vibrant heart of Atlanta,” with nightlife, restaurants, and Interstates 85 and 285 nearby.

Perks include kitchens described as chef-inspired, 10-foot ceilings on the main level, a deck off the family room, dual primary suites upstairs, and two-car garages (tandem and not) below.

Two bedroom, two and ½ bathroom options start with 1,797 square feet. 

The largest units have one more bedroom and bathroom each in 2,185 square feet.

Starting prices for the only townhomes listed to date are $455,000, with $175 monthly HOA fees, according to Keller Williams Atlanta Midtown. (That’s a breakdown of $253 per square foot for the smallest units.) 

Avion/Keller Williams Atlanta Midtown

Layout for the dozen new homes under construction. Avion/Keller Williams Atlanta Midtown

Frayer & Judge counts past townhomes projects across Atlanta. Those include development of the 10-unit Blackburn Row in Brookhaven and contracting work on 10-unit The Boulevard at Lenox in Buckhead and The Village Stacks, a 20-townhome Epic Development project that opened in 2022 in East Atlanta Village.

Swing up to the gallery for a closer look at what’s currently happening in Chamblee.

The smallest Avion floorplan currently offered. Avion/Keller Williams Atlanta Midtown


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