The latest project by a seasoned Atlanta homebuilder offering proximity to a “magical” greenspace and relatively low (but certainly not dirt-cheap) ITP townhome prices is starting to take shape southeast of downtown.
Brock Built Homes, a builder known for turning industrial Westside lots into subdivisions and townhomes, is developing a 60-unit townhome venture called The Parc in DeKalb County near Gresham Park. The site, a little less than two miles south of East Atlanta Village, was formerly vacant, save for a long-shuttered church.
Aerial imagery from three weeks ago shows that four buildings at The Parc have topped out, with a fifth not far behind.
Located off Bouldercrest Road, the project borders 28-acre Glen Emerald Park, which marketing materials have described as “a magical escape right in the middle of Atlanta.” The park features a half-mile trail around a bird-magnet lake, plus playgrounds, athletic fields, and tennis courts.
Townhome options at The Parc will stand either two or three stories, all with three bedrooms and garages. A model home will be ready this month, per sellers.
Following a $5,000 discount, the least expensive option available is asking $399,900 (plus $250 monthly HOA dues) for three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The larger, priciest offering to date, which is under contract, is listed at $502,900, with an additional bathroom included.
Three different floorplans—Adeline, Manchester, and Lancaster—range between 1,400 and 1,900 square feet. More than a dozen units are under contract now, according to listing services.
Designs are variously described as “the modern farmhouse style meets modern townhome,” “rustic-urban,” and “Modern Prairie.” Or as the official spiel puts it: “A relative to the modern farmhouse style, the contemporary Prairie trend replaces the farmhouse’s industrial elements with primitive ones.”
See where the homebuilder’s foray into DeKalb County stands now in the gallery above.
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