High Line At Grant Park

14 Contemporary Beltline Townhomes


The Highline is an enclave of 14 contemporary townhomes in the Heart of the neighborhood, just steps from the Beltline & right in-between Grant Park & Glenwood Park!

This exclusive hilltop neighborhood overlooks the newest section of the Eastside Beltline Trail and is walking distance to the best that intown Atlanta living has to offer.

Now Taking Reservations for Phase One

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A Unique Opportunity

WIth only 14 Units, the development will sell out fast! See site plan for unit locations and community layout.

We are seeking reservations for pre-sales on all available units at this time. 


Cutting Edge Design


The generous spaces are characterized by easy and open floorplans, bright rooms with views, and upgraded finishes.

Nearly all units are END units and, due to the slope of the land, every units’ view from it's rooftop deck is phenomenal!

If you're looking for Modern Beltline Townhouses for Sale in Atlanta, you're in the right place!

The Residences

The Roosevelt - Phase 1



2364 sq ft

The first phase will consist of 4 units fronting on Eloise Street. Each unit will feature huge rooftop terraces and will have amazing views looking out over the East Side Beltline Trail.

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The Berne



2802 sq ft

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The Killian



2911 sq ft

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Welcome to Grant Park!

Additional Information

The Grant Park Historic District encompasses one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods. The district includes Grant Park, a 131-acre green space and recreational area, and the residential neighborhoods surrounding it. The majority of the buildings are residential but the district also includes school buildings, churches, neighborhood commercial clusters and recreational buildings. Rambling Victorian era mansions and small cottages, early 20th-century bungalows and many brick paved sidewalks characterize the Grant Park neighborhood. 

Grant Park's distinctive landscape includes rolling hills and scenic vistas. The neighborhood's grid street pattern and narrow rectangular lots which developed during the 1890s and early 1900s are representative of Atlanta residential plans of this era. The streets are lined with mature trees and there is an extensive sidewalk system, portions of which retain the original brick. 


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#1 Re/Max Agent in Atlanta www.ChadSells.com