Real Estate Briefs: New condos and townhomes, plus realtor news

A rendering of Ardyn at Virginia-Highland.

JackBilt is constructing 10 new townhomes, Ardyn at Virginia-Highland, priced from the $900s to $1 million. The crisp, white brick homes will feature open floorplans, rooftop decks and elevators. For more information, visit jackbiltdevelopment.com/ardyn.

Windsor Homes is planning a condo project at 501 Boulevard in the Old Fourth Ward that would feature 27 one- and two-bedroom units, according to a report from Atlanta Business Chronicle.

1010 Midtown

Engel & Völkers Atlanta’s Ben Harris Group recently closed on an $845,000 residence at 1010 Midtown, setting a record-breaking price per square foot in the luxury high-rise located in the heart of Midtown. The 28th floor unit

was locked in at $605 per square foot by Engel & Völkers Atlanta listing agent Ben Harris who has secured over $30 million in total sales at the condo tower. 1010 Midtown is part of Selig Enterprise’s 12th & Midtown mixed-use development.

Midtown Office Creative Director Randall Valverde, Senior Vice President and Managing Broker of the Midtown Office Valerie Levin and Executive Vice President of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Toni McGowan.

Celebrating its 1st anniversary, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Midtown office  recently feted its executives, agents, and a roster of new agents with a champagne and dessert reception.  Held at the office’s Midtown location, 11 14th Street, the office’s Senior Vice President and Managing Broker Valerie Levin welcomed guests to the contemporary, state of the art office.  Toni McGowan, Executive Vice President of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, was a special guest and commented, “The Midtown office has already achieved a high level of sales and is dominating the Midtown residential market.” Designed by the acclaimed interior specialist David Long, the office is easily recognizable from the street by its cascading lighting features.

Harry Norman, Realtors has launched Harry Norman, Realtors Philanthropy Fund in partnership with the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to showcase the firm’s commitment to Atlanta’s people and neighborhoods throughout the metro Atlanta region. Throughout the year, sales associates contribute an amount from each closing to the Philanthropy Fund. The real estate firm will participate in matching funds to further enhance the community impact. Each of the 16 Harry Norman, Realtors offices will participate in the process to identify and support the important charities in their communities.

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