Plans are coming into clearer focus for sibling townhome communities by the same intown developer taking shape just a block from each other but in different Georgia counties.
Both projects by Atlanta-based JackBilt Development are claiming formerly blighted and underused eastside properties on either side of Moreland Avenue. Both cite the PATH Foundation’s “charming” new Eastside Trolley Trail, a multipurpose link from Kirkwood to blocks near the BeltLine, as a selling point.
On the Fulton County side of things, 16-unit Madison Park is replacing a vacant Reynoldstown church and parking lot at 183 Moreland Avenue. The half-acre site is just north of Memorial Drive, near the northwest corner of Moreland Avenue and Arkwright Place, with the Eastside Trolley Trail at its doorstep.
Madison Park’s available floorplans show three-story options atop two-car garages.
According to listings, the least expensive Madison Park townhomes to date (starting at $589,000) have three bedrooms and two and ½ bathrooms in around 1,900 square feet.
Another consideration: Zillow pegs the HOA fees at $275 monthly.
The location’s Walk Score earns high marks—an 89, or “Very Walkable” rating. But the Soundscore™ compiled by a service called HowLoud gives a less-flattering 65, or “Loud” ranking.
Down the street in DeKalb County, Madison Park South’s first offering is priced higher at $700,000, as listed with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.
That buys a fourth story, where rooftop deck views are marketed as “amazing,” plus an extra bathroom and more space. The first listing is pegged at 2,187 square feet.
That .8-acre site is just east of Moreland Avenue in Edgewood, along the south side of Memorial, where plans call for 18 townhomes, also designed by McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture.
Find more Madison Park context and renderings in the gallery above.
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