A rendering of the townhomes planned along Avondale Avenue in Grant Park. (Courtesy RocaPartners)
A rendering of the townhomes planned along Avondale Avenue in Grant Park. (Courtesy RocaPoint Partners)

RocaPoint Partners has announced plans to build more than 300 homes on 17 acres in Grant Park/Boulevard Heights with direct access to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Southeast Trail.
The brownfield property at the southeast corner of Confederate and Avondale avenues will be cleaned up transformed into a new block of 320 homes. The property will be directly connected to Beltline’s Southeast Trail via an approved trail spur.
Phase 1 of the development will be 120 townhomes built by Edward Andrews Homes. Construction is expected to begin this summer. Phase 2 will have 200 apartments and a three-acre greenspace. An exact timeline hasn’t been set for the second phase because of rendition work to clean up the blighted property.
 

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.

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