Located on Irwin Street between Randolph and Auburn Avenue, TWTS is walking distance to numerous restaurants and shops including the recently opened Krog Street Market. The historic Fourth Ward Park, Inman Park and the Eastside BeltLine Trail are all located near the development as well. The area around TWTS provides the perfect location for an urban, walkable lifestyle.
Epic Development constructed TWTS in the shadow of the historic water tower landmark in The Old Fourth Ward. The tower was built in 1906 to store water for the cotton mill next door, which is now know as the mixed-use Studioplex. These modern townhomes are a breath of fresh air in a city full of pedestrian developments, and this iconic location ties the project to Atlanta’s history. The four story, brownstone inspired townhomes are a natural fit in this location, offering amazing views of the surrounding green spaces. The new townhomes are a block away from the Atlanta BeltLine’s East Trail providing easy access for leisurely strolls, active exercise, and bicycle commuting.
Epic Development was able to fill all the properties prior to the completion of construction and residents began moving into their new homes in mid-March.
View from rooftop terrace.
The Levy’s downsized from East Cobb after their children left the nest. “We weren’t looking at this area,” Susan recalled. “Some of our friends moved down here and invited us for dinner. We loved the positive vibe, the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood and the BeltLine.” The Levy’s have been enjoying walking to Ponce City Market for shopping and dinner and all the way to Piedmont Park on the BeltLine.
The Lenhard’s lived in Sandy Springs for 37 years, but grew bored of suburbia. “We were always coming to the city for shopping and dining, and I’d always wanted to move Intown.” The Lenhard’s said moving into the modern, contemporary townhome was a bit of a shock after living in a traditional home, but they’ve already fallen in love with the windows and light. The rooftop patio also offers a stunning view of the Downtown and Midtown skyline. They also love being able to walk “everywhere,” including Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market. Bunny is also an avid runner and enjoys the flat expanse of the BeltLine trail.
The Duncan’s moved from Dunwoody a decade ago to another up-and-coming community, Glenwood Park, before buying their new townhome. “We fell in love with the BeltLine because we like to ride our bikes and with the neighborhood itself,” Donna said. They’ve also been enjoying Irwin Street Market, dining at Kevin Rathbun Steak and Serpas Restaurant — all outside their front door. “The windows are amazing,” Fred commented. “We love watching all the activity outside and knowing its right at our doorstep.”
The Water Tower Stacks are located in Atlanta’s Historic Old Fourth Ward, right on the edge of Old Water Tower Park. Residents are a short distance from numerous restaurants, shops, and parks including the Krog Street Market, Historic Fourth Ward Park, and the Eastside Beltline Trail. The area around The Water Tower Stacks is perfect for those seeking a walkable lifestyle.
The Water Tower Stacks consists of 10 units, eight attached and two detached. These luxury townhomes are designed using historic modern architecture and offer four floors of heated and cooled living area. The Water Tower Stacks have a unique rooftop finished room and open air space with incredible views of downtown Atlanta.
The Water Tower Stacks are designed and built by Epic Development. Known for our innovative design, skilled craftsmanship, and the use of high quality materials, Epic Development has won numerous local and national awards.
The Water Tower Stacks quickly sold out before construction began. If you are interested in a similar project, please check out www.LiveAtThe415.com.
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