10 New developments creating buzz around Atlanta

by Evi Arthur


Nestled in Historic Downtown Roswell, Canopy is home to Roswell’s newest townhomes. Less than a mile from Canton St., the homes start at 2,400 square feet and starting prices are in the $500s. Being developed by Stanley Martin Homes, the townhouses are available as three- and four-bedrooms and feature hardwood floors, crown molding and views of the nearby Chattahoochee River.

The Kelly at Norcross 

In the Historic Norcross neighborhood of Atlanta is the Kelly, Stanley Martin Homes’ newest development. The development’s 46 three-bedroom townhomes start at $339,000 and have a starting size of 2,400 square feet. All of the energy-efficient homes meet or exceed the Energy Star rating and each home features a gourmet kitchen and an oversized deck.

Sierra Lake 

Developed by Almont homes, this gated community in Cumming features 229 homes and a 15-acre lake. Homes start in the $400s and are available as three-, four- or five- bedrooms. Each home features granite kitchen countertops, double ovens and hardwood floors. Neighborhood amenities include a pool, clubhouse, walking and hiking trails and the lake with docks and fishing available.

Skyland Brookhaven 

Located in the heart of Brookhaven, Skyland Brookhaven is a new townhome development marketed by Engel & Völkers and currently being developed by Southeast Capital Companies. Each all-brick townhome features an open floor plan and a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The community, when completed, will consist of 167 townhomes ranging from about 2,520 to 2,800 square feet and prices will start in the high $400s. Neighborhood amenities will include a junior Olympic pool, a clubhouse, a cycle bar and a dog-friendly community park.

Felix West Midtown 

This 15-unit community on Atlanta’s West Side, developed by Miller Lowry Developments, will consist of three- and four- bedroom homes ranging from 2,500 to 3,000 square feet. Units will feature rooftop terraces with unobstructed views and residential-sized elevators. The project is expected to be completed in October, 2019 and townhomes are currently available for presale starting in the low $800s.

Airline O4W

In Old Fourth Ward is the newest development from City Haus, Airline O4W. The development will feature 29 one- and two-bedroom condos starting in the $300’s. Located near the Eastside Beltline Trail, the homes will feature indoor/outdoor rooftop terraces and the community will have features like a dog washing station and bike storage.

No2 Opus Place

Located in Midtown, another City Haus development, No2 Opus Place, will take its place in Atlanta’s skyline as a 54-story high-rise condominium building. The high rise will be home to 186 condos starting in the $600’s. The development will be Atlanta’s tallest residential tower and will feature amenities like a spa and wellness haven, an IMAX screening room, a library and a cocktail bar.






Mason’s Mill Estates

From developer McKinley Homes comes the second phase of the Mason’s Mills Estates project. Having closed 70 homes in the first phase, this neighborhood is in the Stonecrest Mall area of Lithonia, and will offer four- and five-bedroom homes starting at $230,000. The second phase will also include a pool and a clubhouse for residents.

Parkside East

Parkside East is a townhome community located in East Marietta from Traton Homes. Featuring 58 three-bedroom townhomes, the neighborhood will be located near I-75, Highway 120 and Cobb Parkway. Townhomes will come with features such as covered front entryways, spacious kitchens and neighborhood amenities like a pocket park with firepits and a pavilion.

Kempston Place

Ashton Woods’ newest development in Johns Creek will feature 45 four-bedroom homes from the high 400s. There are five home plans for residents to choose from between about 2,800 and about 3,350 square feet. The community features two ponds and walking trails for residents to explore.

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