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Three Staying offerings at 764 Memorial project are priced from mid-$500Ks

Listings say two assigned parking areas are covered, but renderings beg to differ.
The list states that three townhomes at 764 Museum stay available despite months in the current market, priced in the mid-$500,000s.
It is going to mark the bizarre eastside neighborhood’s first batch of townhomes in recent memory — and another instance of the hard-charging metamorphosis of the Memorial Drive corridor.

In particular, the five-townhome component along Estoria Street is going to be completed either this month or next, according to a listing submitted this week.






Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta
The way the job appeared in mid-February, with the townhome part slough off Memorial Drive at left.

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The long-festering Website, with its left wing bases, as seen in 2017.
The floorplan across four levels is exemplified with a 2,130-square-foot option (below). It’s the largest floorplan revealed on the development’s website.

The topic of wonky Atlanta growth conversation for two years, a Cabbagetown project bringing uncommon new condos and townhouses is scheduled to deliver within weeks.

The facades, with street parking.
The backside.
In renderings, a townhome inside.
Along with also a kitchen, with waterfall quartz.

Quartz countertops, roof decks, along with a potential area at floor level come standard.
The new development stays just east of historic Oakland Cemetery, catty-corner into the Atlanta Dairies adaptive-reuse project site, and across the street from where Modera Reynoldstown is forecast to stand.