A residential infill project near the quickly developing intersection of Boulevard and Edgewood Avenue expects to start opening next month.
Brandishing what’s described as European-style new construction, the 13-townhome Old Fourth Ward venture is called The Bohemian.
It’s located about two blocks north of the Edgewood Avenue strip with Church Bar, Slutty Vegan, and new mixed-use projects that include the flagship store for urban apparel retailer A Ma Maniére and Waldo’s.
According to marketers with Ansley Real Estate, The Bohemian project has sold 75 percent of its townhomes to date. The first move-ins are expected in February, following about two years of construction.
Active listings range from $509,900 to $699,900.
The priciest offering at the moment—a brick-clad, three-level townhome topped with a roof deck—counts three bedrooms and three and ½ bathrooms in 2,087 square feet. Downtown skyline views from the rooftop hangout appear to be primo.
Throughout the community, first-floor bedrooms are designed to be “Airbnb ready,” per listings.
Finishes include quartz countertops, custom windows described as “picturesque,” and a combination of stained concrete, tile, and hardwood floors.
The project’s team includes Optivitae developers, Jones Pierce Architects, and C3 Companies contractors. We’ve asked sellers Ansley Real Estate for more details regarding the cost and sizes of remaining units, and we’ll post any further information that comes.
Overall, floorplans range from 1,887 to 2,509 square feet, with either two or three bedrooms. Head to the gallery for a closer look.
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