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Grant Place Condominiums, Authentic Living in Grant Park — Now Released with Interest Rates as Low as 4.875%! 

Comfortable, convenient, and beautiful. Those are three words that best describe The Providence Group’s latest venture in the heart of Grant Park – Grant Place. This community of single-level, 2-bedroom condominiums is located inside the perimeter (ITP) with fantastic access to Atlanta’s best natural amenity, the BeltLine Southside Trail.

Located at the corner of Grant Street and Grant Circle, Grant Place is adjacent to the Beacon ATL – a 110,000-square-foot activation comprised of restaurants and bars, coffee shops, bakeries and a health and wellness center, all inside six former industrial buildings in the heart of Grant Park.

Beautiful and Lovely New Condo Designs

The homes at Grant Place provide the very best of city living. The single-level homes are easy on the eyes with open-concept layouts that offer a plethora of space for entertainment and easy ingress and egress from the elevator just outside their home. From the open family room to the stylish kitchen, to the dining room and the nested balcony out back, homeowners will love the ability to entertain both inside and out. In addition, the single-level layout provides the perfect master-on-main experience, along with a secondary bedroom for family or guests who want to stay over.

These two-bedroom, two-bath homes range from 1480 to 1567 square feet. Each home has a balcony off the kitchen and a private garage with AV capabilities for convenient parking and storage, just a quick elevator ride away.

Homes are priced from the high $500,000s. A variety of floorplans are available, including the Hightower, Jackson, Kirkwood and Grant. And for those who want to see how the homes live, there are two brand new models available for tours.

Best of all, in honor of The Providence Group’s 20th anniversary, the builder is offering $2,500 toward closing costs and finance programs with its preferred lender offering rates as low as 4.875%, on select inventory. When you visit, ask the On-Site Advisor, Erik Dowdy with Engel & Völkers Atlanta, for more information.

For any homeowners with children, schools include Parkside Elementary School, Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School and Maynard Jackson High School.

Grant Place Community Amenities

Grant Place makes it easy for residents to gather, socialize and get to know each other better. The community fire pit and a pavilion are perfect spots to congregate for a glass of wine, to make smores or for some relaxed conversation.

Leave the Car at Home – Get There by Foot

Car? Who needs a car when anything and everything is within walking distance or can be navigated by bicycle. Keep the car parked on weeknights and weekends. Residents of Grant Place are literally across the street from one of Atlanta’s most popular mixed-use destinations right there in Grant Park. The Beacon ATL offers shopping, services and – of course – unbelievable dining that is truly enjoyable. With two breweries, a farmers’ market, fitness studios, boutiques, and some choice restaurants, The Beacon is a favored go-to destination for Grant Place residents and guests.

But it doesn’t stop with The Beacon. Homeowners at Grant Place have exceptional access to other great Atlanta landmarks like Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market. In fact, residents can get to Ponce City Market by bicycle in roughly 30 minutes on the Beltline. And Grant Park isn’t Grant Park without a visit to nearby Zoo Atlanta, which is located a few blocks from Grant Place. Residents of Grant Place can even reach the Southside Beltline, literally steps from their front door.

Grant Park

Grant Park has its own charm as a residential district and is known for its stately Victorian mansions and Craftsman-style bungalows. It is also home to a number of eclectic restaurants – Ziba’s Bistro, Mediterranea Restaurant & Bakery, Howdy ATL Biscuit Café, Dakota Blue, Grant Park Social, Chico & Chang, Bennett’s Market & Deli and Grant Central Pizza.

The Grant Park Farmers Market takes place every Sunday in the summer from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Residents of Grant Place enjoy browsing fresh produce and finding a fun mix of fruits and vegetables to include in meals for the coming week.

Atlanta Attractions Galore

While there’s tons to do in Grant Park, there are lots of other entertainment opportunities within a mile or two, including World of Coca-Cola, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, The King Center, Georgia Aquarium and Oakland Cemetery.

Book a Tour, Plan a Visit – Live in Grant Place

Your dream next home awaits at Grant Place. With the expansion of the Beltline and all the surrounding amenities, the Grant Park area is poised to thrive like never before. The neighborhood’s history shows that these homes won’t be available for long, so don’t waste any time on this wonderful opportunity. Reach out to book a tour today, and find a new ITP home and enjoy “Life on the Beltline!”

Driving Directions

Traveling South on I-85, take exit 246 on the right toward Turner Field. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto Fulton St SW. Then, take a quick right onto Capitol Ave SE/Hank Aaron Dr. SW. After 0.8 miles, make a left onto Atlanta Ave SE. After another 0.7 miles, turn right onto Grant St SE. After 0.3 miles, Grant Place is on the left. The Providence Group and Engel & Völkers Atlanta’s Presentation Gallery is located right off of Grant Circle.



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