Since its announcement in summer 2022, Hapeville’s Stillwood project has been promising “next-level ITP living in Atlanta’s hippest borough.” The community can now lay claim to being close to the center of Atlanta’s Best Neighborhood (or ITP City) 2023 as well.

Given Hapeville’s recent triumph in the year-end Best of Atlanta tourney, it seemed an opportune time to check in with the city’s only new-construction neighborhood of single-family homes at the moment.

The Epic Development project is claiming vacant land about a block off North Central Avenue, Hapeville’s main drag, just east of Interstate 85 and north of Atlanta’s airport. It will eventually deliver 58 standalone homes in a way that’s designed to promote neighborliness and social interactions, developers have said.

Stillwood's 58-home site plan. Epic Development/

The Stillwood project's communal pool and pool house, a centerpiece of the project. Courtesy of Compass

Chris Ledermeier, a Compass Development Marketing Group project manager representing Stillwood, said current prices for finished homes range from $459,00 to $564,900 for floorplans with three or four bedrooms.

Five floorplans are offered overall, with sizes ranging from 1,620 to 2,025 square feet.

According to Ledermeier, Stillwood’s first phase is 75 percent sold, and the second phase is scheduled to deliver in March this year. (Project heads previously told Urbanize Atlanta the initial phase includes 12 houses.) The communal swimming pool and a large lounge area have also been completed.

Aspects of the project were designed to lend a more urban and walkable feel, including shallow setbacks, abundant sidewalks, plenty of courtyards and gardens, and a communal nature preserve.  

Courtesy of Compass

Example of interior finishes at the Epic Development project. Courtesy of Compass

The project is named for one of its streets, Stillwood Drive. It’s been described in promotional materials as “thoughtfully designed” to capture Hapeville’s “unique spirit,” with three-story architecture that “calls on classic American design with clean lines and sleek details.”  

Ledermeier noted that Stillwood’s model home is open daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 3338 Springhaven Ave. in Hapeville.

Swing up to the gallery for more context and a look at finished Stillwood components.


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