Ten Park East, a 10-story condo tower from Live Oak Realty, is planned for 690 Angier Ave. in Old Fourth Ward at Historic Fourth Ward Park and the Atlanta BeltLine. Originally planned as a 21-story building, the smaller project is expected to feature one 3,457 square foot luxury condo per floor with prices starting in the $2 million range. Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent for the project, according to a report at Curbed Atlanta. For more information, visit TenParkEast.com.
Varden Capital Properties has announced that The Darlington apartment building in south Buckhead will be transformed into “affordable luxury” condo units priced from $300,000 to $500,000. Tenants were evicted from The Darlington, known for its population sign fronting Peachtree Street and low rents, last year when Varden announced it would be refurbished as apartments. That plan has now changed to 276 condo units in the 15-story building.
Brock Built Homes is constructing Castleberry Station in Castleberry Hill near Mercedes-Benz Stadium and The Gulch development. The 3.32-acre neighborhood will feature 50 “industrial-style townhomes” priced in the mid to high $400’s. Each 3-story townhome features a 3 bedroom and 3.5 bathroom floor plan ranging in size from 2,100 to 2,300 square-feet. The property will also have pocket parks and wide sidewalks with easy access to the neighborhood. For more information, visit brockbuilt.com.
Dorsey Alston, Realtors will open an Intown office at 853 N. Highland Ave. in Virginia-Highland later this year. The space was formerly Harvest restaurant and La Raine’s Bridal. “We are excited to announce our Intown office, the first in our 72-year history,” said President and CEO Michael Rogers. “This is a great location for our agents to represent homebuyers and home sellers in these thriving, close-in neighborhoods, where many Atlantans – old and new – want to live.”
Seven88 West Midtown, a new residential tower now under construction, has gone vertical. Located at 788 West Marietta St., construction progress is moving along and steel is starting to rise from the basement of the building. The 22-story will have 279 residences and penthouses and 9,000 square feet of ground level retail, restaurant and entertainment space. The studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom options, as well as penthouse residences are priced from the mid-$300,000s to $1 million-plus. For more information, visit 788WestMidtown.com.
Atomic Entertainment has rechristened Pullman Yard in Kirkwood as Pratt Pullman District. The company bought the former Pratt sugar/fertilizer processing plant and, later, Pullman Company rail car depot in 2017 and plans a $100 million transformation of the 27-acre property into a mixed-use development anchored by film production facilities. According to Curbed Atlanta, the property will eventually be home to restaurants, retail, homes, greenspace and more.
Harry Norman, Realtors Intown Office hosted a Yappy Hour to support Doggies on the Catwalk Foundation (DOTC) benefiting Canine Assistants, Fixed Georgia Pets, and PALS Atlanta. Harry Norman agents, corporate employees and representatives from Doggies on the Catwalk Foundation gathered with their dogs for drinks, snacks and conversation. The event raised approximately $1,000 for the charities.