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New Beauty on Atlanta's Old Masquerade: AMLI Ponce Park

Jun 20th, 2014

With a dozen properties spread throughout the metro area, AMLI Residential is a recognizable brand in Atlanta. One part of the city in which the company’s presence is particularly prominent is the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, a vibrant and central locale.

AMLI Ponce Park, the newest of the three apartment communities in the Inman Park-Poncey Highlands area, will soon join AMLI Parkside and AMLI Old Fourth Ward. The development, which beautified the space known by many Atlantans for years as the Masquerade parking lot, has been hailed as “a vote of confidence” in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood by real-estate blog Curbed.

The sleek and stylish apartments at AMLI Ponce Park offer many benefits, the most noteworthy of which include the following…

Luxurious In-Home Comforts

With granite or quartz countertops, marble back splashes, wood plank or high-end ceramic flooring, and designer lighting, the apartments at AMLI Ponce Park exude style. Oversized tubs with well-placed contours and spacious kitchens equipped with state-of-the-art appliances and islands are a few of the additional luxuries that make these apartments as comfortable a place to live as anywhere.

On-Site Amenities

A resort-style swimming pool replete with a sun shelf that makes it possible to work on your tan without suffering in the humid summer air, serves as the focal point of AMLI Ponce Park’s chic courtyard. Other open-air features worth mentioning include an outdoor kitchen with grills and direct access to Atlanta’s historic Old  Fourth Ward Park. Other community offerings that make living convenient, healthy, and fun include a high-endurance fitness center, a resident clubroom, and a business center with a conference area.

A Pet-Friendly Environment

A leader in developing pet-friendly spaces, AMLI takes pride in offering amenities that are geared toward pets and their owners. In addition to sitting on Old Fourth Ward Park and steps from the Atlanta BeltLine, AMLI Ponce Park features a pet park of its own. Whenever time is tight but you are convinced your pet needs a bit of exercise, you can give him or her that without leaving your home.

Eco-Friendly Design

Designed to qualify for LEED Gold certification, AMLI Ponce Park was built using some of the most environmentally friendly strategies and building materials known to humankind. Its close proximity to shops, restaurants, green spaces, and cultural attractions promotes walking and cycling. The community also has recycling facilities and a smoke-free, Breatheasy environment that contribute to its well-deserved rep as an environmentally friendly apartment community.

Proximity to Dining, Shopping, and Entertainment Options

Upon seeing that it scored an 83 on Walk Score’s walkability index, one can assume AMLI Ponce Park is in a prime location. The extent to which the Old Fourth Ward apartment community’s location may be considered ideal, however, is something only residents are likely to appreciate and understand fully. In addition to the green spaces, the spectrum of trendy dining and shopping options found in Old Fourth Ward are immediately accessible. When Ponce City Market, currently in the late stages of a multi-year redevelopment project, opens 330,000 square feet of new dining and retail space this fall, the location will surely get better.

AMLI Ponce Park is nearly move-in ready; and pre-leasing options mean you can reserve your space in these centrally located Old Fourth Ward apartments today. If you wish to live close to the cultural heart of Atlanta, you have a pet, or walkability is important to you, AMLI Ponce Park is worth considering.

Do you live in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood? What advice would you give newcomers to help them adjust to and take advantage of life in such a historically rich and happening area?

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