Epic Development plans to start 2014 off with a bang, and those plans were set in motion as the company recently received approval from the city of Atlanta to rezone the site located at 627 Irwin Street. Situated at the intersection of Irwin Street and Auburn Avenue in Old Fourth Ward, the property is adjacent to the exclusive Inman Park community, one of Atlanta’s oldest subdivisions. Epic Development’s plans for the property include building a 10-unit, high-end development featuring eight attached townhomes and two detached single-family homes.
“This is one of the most dynamic housing and commercial markets in Atlanta. Our site is one block from the BeltLine and two blocks from numerous existing restaurants, including Serpas, Rathbuns, Rathbuns Steak, Krog Bar, Jakes and Bell Street Burrito. The 30,000 square feet Krog Street Market, which will open in the spring of 2014, will add an additional five restaurants that include Gu’s Bistro, The Little Tart Bakeshop, Fred’s Meat and Bread and The General Muir, as well as additional retail space,” notes Jim LaVallee, the director of Epic’s marketing and finance departments.
Epic Development, a national award-winning builder, is known as a leader in design in the Atlanta real estate market. Rick Bennett, head of design and construction, said, “Our project will not be the typical modified suburban townhouse offering. We are working closely with Gamble and Gamble Architects to deliver one of the most cutting-edge projects that Atlanta has seen in a number of years. It will be a landmark for many years to come because of its high-profile location and architecture.”
For more information on these new Atlanta homes from Epic Development, contact Scott Eaves by calling 404-518-3820 or visit www.EpicDevelopment.com.