About four miles south of downtown Atlanta, an expansive residential project is expected to start delivering in coming months that will continue the breakneck pace of new development across century-old Chosewood Park.

This latest entrant to Chosewood Park’s pipeline is called Nolyn Pointe, a project by national homebuilder Toll Brothers that will blend for-sale condos, townhomes, and standalone houses in hopes of banking on Atlanta BeltLine proximity and lower starting prices than comparable eastside communities. It’s located near the southern border of Chosewood Park, along the north side of McDonough Boulevard and on both sides of Gault Street.

Nolyn Point joins a surge of Chosewood Park investment that in some ways mirrors Old Fourth Ward circa-2011, in that the BeltLine is under construction next door, local park improvements are gaining steam, and new housing with scales both boutique and massive is materializing.

Positioned across the street from the Sawtell mixed-use proposal and the U.S. Penitentiary Atlanta, the 10-acre Nolyn Pointe site was previously home to a large brick Baptist church building—later used as an arts complex—and a huge expanse of barren concrete, in addition to several shuttered standalone houses. Toll Brothers began demolition work about two years ago.

Nolyn Pointe's location at 420 McDonough Boulevard in relation to landmarks including the Chosewood Park greenspace and federal penitentiary. Google Maps

Plans approved by the city for the Nolyn Pointe project three years ago. Office of Zoning and Development/2021

Eric White, division president for Toll Brothers in Atlanta, tells Urbanize Atlanta the project is set to include 224 homes and is expected to open for sale sometime this summer.

Prices will range from the high $200,000s for condos to the high $600,000s for single-family houses, according to White.

The least expensive condos—dubbed the Smith collection—will range from 538 to 1,880 square feet, with between one and three bedrooms, and one and three and ½ bathrooms.

Other condo options, the Wright collection, will start in the mid-$400,000s for relatively large floorplans, even by Atlanta's big standards: 1,314 to 1,662 square feet, with either two or three bedrooms.

Office of Zoning and Development/2021

The 10-acre site in relation to downtown Atlanta and the Connector. Google Maps

The Bungalows collection standalone home options, meanwhile, will each have four bedrooms and three and ½ bathrooms, with square footages around 2,750, give or take.

Planned amenities include pocket greenspaces, a pool with cabanas, a dog park, walking paths, and yard maintenance covered by HOA fees.

We’ve asked for an updated site plan and exterior renderings and will update this story should those materials come.


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