A surge of residential infill development is continuing in the shadow of Georgia State University’s football stadium with a project planned to offer Summerhill’s lowest townhome prices at the moment, according to the development team.
The six-home venture designed by TSW architects would rise on a vacant lot about two blocks from Georgia Avenue, where a flurry of restaurants and retail has set up shop as part of Carter’s 80-acre redevelopment of the district.
The project’s general contractor, Cablik Enterprises, lists the townhomes as “coming soon” on its website with prices set to begin in the $300,000s.
According to floorplans, all six units will stand four stories (including roof decks spanning the length of buildings), with two bedrooms and one-car garages. Building permits were approved last month.
The .19-acre site was purchased in 2017 for $105,000, property records show.
We've asked the developer and builder when the project might deliver, and for info on square footages and other details, but had yet to hear back as of press time.
In blocks surrounding the former Turner Field, roughly 1,200 apartments and townhomes have opened—or are under construction now—since the Braves decamped for Cobb County.
Ongoing projects include the next phase of 100 townhomes by Hedgewood Homes, part of Carter's broader Summerhill development (currently priced from $439,000); a 30-townhome project by Empire Communities called Lovetree (from the $420,000s); and a multifamily venture, Alexan Summerhill, by Trammel Crow Residential.
All of that’s materializing just north of the six-unit townhome project, which is spotlighted in more detail in the gallery above.
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