According to Curbed-Atlanta, 69 new townhomes are coming to a site in the Blandtown neighborhood of Atlanta about four miles northwest of downtown. The developer, Empire Communities, has already knocked down what used to be the former Lewis and Sheron Textiles building. The new residences will be priced in the $400,000s and sales are scheduled to kickoff in mid 2020.
Other details about the nearly 70 residences—square footages, bedroom counts, and renderings—aren’t yet available, per Loghman. The site is across the street from the Westside Heights apartments, which opened a couple of years ago, and near landmarks such as The Goat Farm Arts Center and City of Atlanta Water Works reservoirs.
Loghman also pointed to five-block walking proximity to “the epicenter of top Atlanta restaurants and neighborhood staples” like Marcel, Little Trouble, and Northside Tavern. Empire Communities (formerly EA Homes) shifted focus in recent years from strictly suburban development to urban infill projects across town, from Boulevard Heights to Lindbergh.