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Epic Development is excited to announce that construction has begun at four15 stacks, one of the top new developments in the Old Fourth Ward. Thanks to the recently passed transportation referenda, residents will soon enjoy an in-town lifestyle with easy access to dining, nightlife and shopping, as well as the Atlanta BeltLine and MARTA transportation.

On November 8, 2016, Atlanta residents voted to approve additional sales taxes to raise funds for the completion of the Atlanta BeltLine loop and the improvement of existing transportation stations, or the addition of new ones. Under the new referenda, the City of Atlanta will collect a halfpenny sales tax to fund MARTA and transit expansions and four-tenths of a penny sales tax to fund TSPLOST, revenues generated to fund specifically identified transportation improvements. These measures will raise around $2.5 billion for MARTA over 40 years and $300 million over five years for TSPLOST.

four15 stacks will be even more conveniently located to the Atlanta BeltLine and additional MARTA stations, meaning residents will have the opportunity for a night out on the town or a day on the BeltLine from the comfort of their own backyards. Atlanta will soon be a seamlessly connected city, with four15 stacks in the heart of it.

This community of 24 modern luxury townhomes is priced from the $300,000s. Residents can choose from three unique floor plans, the Gartrell, Jackson or Lucy, ranging from three-to-four stories and featuring decks or rooftop access, per plan. The floor plans showcase contemporary, open and comfortable living spaces.

Nearby attractions to four15 stacks include Sweet Auburn Curb Market, Krog Street Market, Ponce City Market, Tin Lizzy’s and Six Feet Under, to name a few. I-75 and I-85 access is also close by.

four15 stacks is located at 415 Gartrell Street NE in Atlanta. Join the four15 stacks VIP Mailing List by clicking here to claim a luxurious contemporary townhome in downtown Atlanta’s hottest neighborhood before it is too late. To learn more, contact Scott Eaves at 404-518-3820 or visit

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