City life means something different to everyone. Particularly when you and your family are relocating to Atlanta from somewhere else, you want to make sure to create a comfortable home in your new city that fits your lifestyle needs.
Whether you’re looking for a luxury condominium in the middle of it all or seeking a single-family home in an urban oasis, you may be surprised to find Atlanta has a healthy variety of options to suit all types of city dwellers.
If Intown living is what you’re after, we’ve found two brand-new builds that could just be the perfect place to rest your head: from high-end amenities to on-trend finishes, making your home in either of these communities will guarantee you’ll get it all — and more — when you move to Atlanta.
4968 Wieuca Road NE, Atlanta, 30342
(404) 281-5828 • chastaineast.com
Chastain Park, Atlanta’s largest city park and home to the renowned Chastain Park Amphitheatre, is just one of the many reasons this Buckhead community is a coveted destination for homebuyers. Now, buyers can purchase a new home in this beloved area with the recent addition of Chastain East, the only new single-family home community zoned in the prominent W.T. Jackson Elementary School district.
Developed in partnership between Southeast Capital Companies and Home South Communities, Chastain East will consist of 32 custom-designed luxury family residences on 8.4 acres. Southeast Capital Companies is a local Atlanta company with more than 23 years of experience in building communities. Home South is also rooted in Southern tradition, having built custom homes in Atlanta for more than 40 years.
Each home in Chastain East will feature the very latest in home design trends, energy efficiency and craftsmanship. Home South showcases the best in quality and value. With a variety of floor plans to select from and a $1 million price range, Home South partners with Atlanta’s best trade contractors and suppliers.
Chastain East is in walking distance to three grocery stores, more than a dozen restaurants and Chastain Park, which offers outdoor sports, a new playground, covered pool, horse riding and a 2.6-mile walking path. Floor plans offer the option of having the master bedroom on the main floor, and a lock-and-leave lifestyle as the homeowner’s association maintains all yards and common areas.
The first two homes in the community were built in January, and developers expect to complete the project in April. For more information, visit chastaineast.com.
In the heart of Midtown in Atlantic Station, The Atlantic has been updated with new residences on the upper floors of the skyrise.
270 17th St. NW, Atlanta, 30363
404.961.7111 • ownatlantic.com
Something new has arrived in Atlantic Station. Those who have visited the walkable Midtown community might recognize The Atlantic, a mixed-use residential skyscraper built in 2009 that offers easy access to shopping, dining and entertainment, Midtown’s Arts District and public transportation. But CF Real Estate Services, a multi-family real estate company, has done what no previous owner has been able to do: Convert the art deco tower into the showpiece it was meant to be.
Under the direction of the new owners and management, The Atlantic has debuted a stunning set of all-new residences on the upper floors of the building, offering gorgeous high-rise homes with amenities galore, as well as a walkable, lock-and-leave lifestyle in Atlanta’s urban core. The new homes, which include two or three bedrooms and a wide variety of floor plans to meet any buyer’s need, are equipped with sophisticated finishes like floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood flooring, KitchenAid appliances and sweeping balconies with stunning skyline views. The homes feature open floor plans and plenty of natural light for the ideal modern city home.
The Atlantic has also debuted all new amenities, including a full-service concierge, valet parking, a state-of-the-art fitness club with a yoga studio, a resort-style pool with cabana towel service and a poolside concierge, as well as a game room with billiards, poker and televisions, allowing for a truly all-inclusive new lifestyle.
As of publication, 33 of the new residences at The Atlantic have sold, demonstrating the demand for high-rise homes in this walkable, urban locale. The homes start in the $400,000s and go up to $1.4 million, and full availability information can be found at ownatlantic.com.