Pre-sales of the next phase of townhomes at the Interlock mixed-use development in Atlanta’s West Midtown have kicked off after the first six units were snapped up “almost instantly.”
Engel & Völkers Atlanta is overseeing the sales and marketing of the new homes, with the first batch scheduled to deliver in April. The properties are priced from the high $600,000s to more than $1 million.
The townhomes are set in six buildings and have immediate access to the rest of the Interlock, the popular Howell Mill Road development that is home to restaurants, apartment homes, incubator office space, as well as the Puttshack mini-golf course and the Bellyard boutique hotel. The community is also in close proximity to other Westside destinations, including the Works and the Westside Provisions District.
“Monte Hewett’s reputation for high-caliber, well-located residential communities is seen again at Interlock, where residents are immersed in an amenity-rich environment in Atlanta’s most exciting neighborhood,” Engel & Völkers Founder and CEO Christa Huffstickler said in a press release. “As evident through our team’s ability to sell out the first homes available almost instantly, Interlock offers buyers an opportunity to own in this vibrant live-work-play district, where they can take advantage of all the neighborhood has to offer, right at their doorstep.”
Floorplans range from three to four bedrooms, encompass 1,867 to 2,827 square feet and are available in four finishes from Monte Hewett Homes: The Howell, Interlock, Westside and West Midtown. All units feature hardwoods and natural light throughout their interiors, and kitchens boast stainless-steel appliances and quartz countertops. Bathrooms include rain showers and Sterling Performa tubs. Outside, the units offer front and rear patios and fourth-floor rooftop terraces.
“The energy around Interlock and West Midtown is palpable, and we wanted to design a townhome community that seamlessly fit within and added to that feeling,” Monte Hewett CEO Monte Hewett said. “It was important to reflect the architecture and integrity of the Interlock development in our design approach, which allowed for us to create a completely unique aesthetic for our homes. When you visit, you can clearly understand the complexity and the tenacity it took to overcome the challenges to bring this community to fruition.”