A rare boutique condo build on Atlanta’s eastside is ready for its closeup, three years after it was announced at the dawn of a global health calamity.
Proxima Residential’s Pullman Flats has brought 60 for-sale residences, office floorplates, retail spaces, and 63 embedded parking spaces to less than an acre along Rogers Street, all facing the evolving Pullman Yards mixed-use district.
The project’s condo portion, as designed by McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, aims for what’s marketed as “timeless style,” with amenities described as “exceptional.”
A Pullman Flats sales rep declined to provide an update this month on how many units remain available and the price range for unsold condos.
But according to the project’s promotional website, the condos are now more than 80 percent sold. Prices start in the $300,000s (for one-bedroom units with between 804 and 980 square feet). Larger two-bedroom pads (between 1,271 and 1,449 square feet) begin in the $400,000s.
The smallest studio options appear to be either sold out or under contract.
The overall look of the building nods to the historic, 27-acre Pullman Yards district across the street, where Alliance Residential opened more than 350 apartments last year and an entertainment district continues to evolve, now featuring a second location of acclaimed restaurant Fishmonger, a vast music/events venue, and a “Stranger Things” experience.
Have a closer look at the project’s forthcoming office and retail component here. And in the gallery, find a quick tour of the finished residential sections, from up close and far above.
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