Client: Brock Built Home, LLC
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Status: Under construction
21 Townhomes, 3 distinct types
5 buildings total, 4 facing a mews, 1 facing adjacent Whetstone Creek Trail
New community created with a focus on out-door living
Westside Station is a collection of townhomes along Marietta Road near Dupont Commons. There are five buildings, with three distinct unit types across twenty one total townhomes. The majority of the units are designed around a shared mews with large balconies and porches. The townhomes offer a variety of floor plans. The three distinct types are: a two story rear loaded master down unit; a three story rear loaded unit; and a three story front loaded unit with access at the second floor too. Even within the distinct types there are a variety of plan and elevation options. Plan variations include: larger master bedroom, extra bedrooms, larger kitchens, more open floor plans or bigger living rooms. Each of the unit type’s elevation is also treated distinctly bringing variety to the facades as well as the plans. Large balcony doors, transoms, rounded windows, large picture windows, various brick details and different façade materials are some of the design features to distinguish units.
The townhomes have been laid out in order to maximize views and daylight in an otherwise crowded environment. The triangular mews and building separation provides light and openness to the site. Connected sidewalks provide paths for the residents to get to the Whetstone Creek Trail and the various amenities Westside Station will provide upon completion.
Westside Station Phase 1 is currently under construction, with the first 4 buildings’ structure completed and construction set to begin on the fifth. TSW is also designing more townhomes to front Marietta Road and to go along the trail. With construction to begin on the remaining townhomes set to begin this year. Once complete Westside Station will have townhomes, single family houses, a pool, small park and several mews to go along with the trails.