Apartments at Emory Point Begin Pre-Leasing

Floorplans available online

The newest luxury apartment complex near and is almost complete.

Gables at Emory Point started pre-leasing studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments this week.

Apartments range from $1,180 to $2,985 per month.

across the street from the Centers for Disease Control, will feature 80,000 square feet of retail space and 443 luxury apartments along with an eight-story, 950 car parking deck.

The apartments will be available for August 2012 move in, according to the Gables website.

CVS and popular restaurants West Egg and Tin Lizzy’s are .

The current construction is the first of three phases planned for Emory Point. The next two phases will be built based on market demand.

More about the Gables Emory Point apartments:

  • Studio apartment: Prices range from $1,180 to $1,285 per month
  • One-bedroom, one bathroom apartment: Prices range from $1,295 to $1,574 per month
  • Two-bedroom, two bathroom apartment: Prices range from $1,670 to $2,325 per month
  • Three bedroom, two bathroom apartment: Prices range from $2,930 to $2,985 per month

See floorplans and more info on the Gables website.

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Tammy April 19, 2012 at 01:14 PM
Those poor souls renting these apartments not realizing that their neighbors above them are going to be well funded Emory students. I suppose after the first party they'll be aware.
Patch Adams April 20, 2012 at 02:12 AM
This is not a post community. Don't hate because you can't afford the rent.
Patch Adams April 20, 2012 at 02:14 AM
This is going to be amazing to be able to walk to work ,eat ,shop then back home.
Tammy April 20, 2012 at 01:16 PM
That place will be filled with well funded Emory students that love to party.
Jackson P. Flemming May 31, 2012 at 08:14 PM
Tammy, I have worked in the Emory area for years and we desperately need more places to eat, shop, and live. Emory University is not the only large point of interest that attracts people to this area. There are businesses employeed by professionals, and yes some of them may have even gone to Emory! In addition, it's quite the statement to blanket all Emory kids as rich party animals. Sounds like someone needs a ride from a strange man to the dairy queen off north ave. nobody likes a bitter betty.


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