Epic Development plans to hit the ground running in 2015, with a variety of new developments planned in Atlanta. As one of the city’s premier intown builders, home buyers have come to expect top-quality, modern-style homes that provide the ultimate in urban living from Epic Development.
On the agenda for Epic Development in 2015 are a variety of new attached units that will be built in various locations around Atlanta, including Old Fourth Ward, Grant Park and Reynoldstown, providing homeowners with walkability to some of Atlanta’s best shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Development has just begun on The Water Tower Stacks, a luxury townhome development in Old Fourth Ward. Featuring 10 total units, there will be eight attached and two detached townhomes with four floors of living space, including a unique rooftop area and an open floor plan. It is currently estimated that pricing will range between $550,000 and $700,000 per home.
The new townhomes at The Water Tower Stacks will be located on Irwin Street, which is within walking distance to Krog Street Market, Historic Fourth Ward Park and the Eastside Trail on the Atlanta BeltLine. In addition, the homes are close to Ponce City Market, the Edgewood retail district, Inman Park, a variety of local restaurants and more.
Epic Development has planned an enclave of six semi-detached homes in Grant Park. Located on Marion Street, Parkside Overlook will feature three unique floor plans priced from the $300,000s. Offering luxury upgraded features, these homes are within walking distance of Glenwood Park, East Atlanta Village, the Atlanta BeltLine and Grant Park, which is home to Zoo Atlanta.
Also planned for 2015 is a duplex in Reynoldstown. This modern-style semi-detached home will feature two units that have three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms each. Located on Esten Street in Atlanta, these homes will offer open floor plans, modern features, spacious master suites and a one-car garage.
Situated between DeKalb Avenue and Memorial Drive, these two new Reynoldstown homes are close to historic Oakland Cemetery, Lang-Carson Park, a convenient Marta stop, and a variety of excellent dining opportunities.
Finally, Epic Development will start seven homes at Riverside Walk that will be priced from the high $200,000s. Located on Felker Ward Street in northwest Atlanta, these homes offer the perfect mix of urban convenience and calming countryside. Three unique home plans will be available offering buyers options for three or four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms.
Located just a short distance from I-285, the new homeowners at Riverside Walk will be close to downtown and Vinings, as well as being within walking distance to many of the parks located along the Chattahoochee River.
For more information about Epic Development’s plans for 2015, or any of these Atlanta new homes, contact Scott Eaves at 404-518-3820 or visit www.EpicDevelopment.com.