Desinging a townhome community that articulates an aspiration for the future city that Atlantans can fall in love with while honoring the rich history of its past.
Ground-up development of a luxurious contemporary four bedroom three and a half bath home featuring a private rooftop deck with city views designed for year-round enjoyment with a covered deck equipped with a fireplace, wet bar with sink and wiring for a flat-screen TV mount, and an open area with artificial grass perfect for sunbathing, a game of pickleball or putting green. This beautifully crafted four bedroom, three and a half bath home resides in Pittsburgh, one of Atlanta's most popular historic neighborhoods. Centrally located minutes from downtown, Mercedes Benz stadium, The MET Atlanta, Pittsburgh Yards, Adair Park, Lee+White, the restaurants at Georgia Ave, and all that the beltline has to offer! With easy access to 75/85 and I-20 highways. With dual master bedroom suites, showcasing Atlanta skyline views this home is ideal for generational living. This open-concept home features 10ft ceilings, a European-inspired kitchen. and an electric fireplace in the great room.
The Metro Atlanta housing market has recovered smoothly. Despite unemployment and uncertainty, the Atlanta residential real estate market performed exceptionally well in the past two years. Home prices skyrocketed in 2021 and the same trend continues in 2022. Atlanta ranks as the 4th fastest-growing city in the United States.
Atlanta can contribute to its population growth in several things:
High Walkscore (82 out of 100)
Notable economy (10th largest nationally)
Plenty of multi-family rental properties
Zillow Home Value Index valued Atlanta homes at $400,541, which is a 13% increase from last year.
Investors find Atlanta an attractive market for several reasons. For one, homes have appreciated by 137% since November 2011. Atlanta is considered one of the best long-term real estate investments in the U.S.
With a promising economy, Atlanta draws in students and young professionals, contributing to the city’s healthy rental market. Atlanta’s key industries include healthcare, science, and technology. Furthermore, Forbes predicts Atlanta is one of the top five cities to beat out Silicon Valley as a national center of technological growth.
In addition to a booming economy, Atlanta remains one of the largest and busiest transportation and logistics hubs nationwide and home to the busiest airport in the world, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.