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New units coming online in Midtown and Covington

by Sean Hemmersmeier

StreetLights Residential breaks ground on The Hadley in Midtown

The 300-unit multi-family development, The Hadley, had its groundbreaking ceremony on July 14, according to a press release from developer StreetLights Residential. The building will be located on the corner of 5th and Juniper in Midtown Atlanta.

The mixed-use development will offer several types of apartments from studios to three-bedrooms with size ranging from 500 to 1,713 square feet, and the commercial space will include a coffee bar, pet spa and dog park, co-working spaces and a private bar.

The development is within a mile of both interstates 75 and 85 and offers pedestrian access to two light-rail MARTA stations.

“The Hadley brings together beautiful design and classic architecture that blends well with the surrounding neighborhood – with Tech Square and the historic St. Mark United Methodist Church as our neighbors, The Hadley will soon join the skyline of this thriving neighborhood,” said Fred Kay, Streetlights Senior Vice President of Development.

A few units are still left at Cottage Links at Corrydell

Cottage Links at Corrydell, an active adult community located in Covington, roughly 35 miles east of Atlanta, has sold almost all of its housing units. The Brightstar Team at Compass announced there are only five left and two are being built due to the high demand.

The homes, built by Crawford Creek Homebuilders, run around a median price of $250,000 and are available with single-family ranch or two-story floor plans.

Covington is known as “The Hollywood of the South” since it is often used as a southern backdrop for movies.

“We are proud to represent Crawford Creek Homebuilders at Cottage Links at Corrydell in Covington,” said The Brightstar Team Principal Michelle Jenkins. “The attainable price point, cozy homes and exceptional location have all factored into this community’s quick sales pace, and we expect these final opportunities to sell soon.”

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