Old Fourth Ward’s latest townhome development offers luxurious amenities and a prime location
STORY: Claire Ruhlin
If it seems like new residential developments are constantly cropping up in Old Fourth Ward, it’s because there are. The latest: Views at O4W townhomes, developed by Atlanta-based builder Foyer Urban and located just three blocks from the BeltLine and Ponce City Market.
The 27-unit townhome community completed Phase 1 in October, with units starting at $599,900. In addition to rooftop decks that offer views of Midtown and downtown, the townhomes offer large windows, open floor plans, garages, private fenced backyards with low-maintenance turf and a high-end appliance package that includes Wolf ranges and Sub-Zero refrigerators.
“We can’t wait for people to experience the intown living that the Views has to offer,” says Dave Odom, president at Foyer Urban. “The Old Fourth Ward neighborhood is vibrant and never has a shortage of activities, making it perfect for a wide variety of people to call home.”
Tenants will have access to a central courtyard built with environmentally friendly pavers. The units range from 1,790 to 1,862 square feet and are available with two or three bedrooms—or two bedrooms and a “flex space.” While nearby attractions are plentiful, the units themselves are intended to serve as a destination, says Odom. “Our homeowners will likely lead an active lifestyle and care about the amazing walkability score our property has to offer, and our proximity to the BeltLine and the Historic Old Fourth Ward Park,” Odom says. “Our homes lend themselves to an active lifestyle as well as a social one.”