The community, budgeted at $35 million, counts Grammy award-winning Christian rapper, singer and songwriter Lecrae Moore as a strategic partner. Bolster was founded in 2021 by entrepreneur Donald Washington Jr. and seeks to revitalize urban communities without gentrifying them.
“At Bolster, we strive to revitalize emerging communities and offer opportunities for the residents that live there,” Washington said in a press release. “South Fulton is undergoing a resurgence, and the Red Oak District where the project is located is experiencing new life, but the active-adult market was lacking in terms of housing availability.”
The Kourtney will offer “attainable modern farmhouse living” in studio and one- and two-bedroom units. They will share a resort-style clubhouse, pocket parks, walking trails, community garden and on-site lifestyle concierge, who will provide weekly wellness activities. Residences will have private terraces and rear connected-garage parking with separate entries for each unit.
About 3,300 square feet of street-level retail space will house a small-footprint grocer, dry cleaners, wellness center, coffee shop and active-adult networking center, where residents can explore volunteer opportunities and post-retirement careers.
The Kourtney will be located at 4645 Yates Road at I-285 and provide quick access to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Eberly & Associates is the project’s lead civil engineer and landscape architect, while Sturgis Construction is serving as general contractor, Choate + Hertlein is serving as the architect of record, Impact Development Management as project/construction manager, RangeWater as property manager, Townsend & Lockett as general counsel and SSG Realty Partners as land broker.