Elan Madison Yards
230 Bill Kennedy Way SE, Atlanta, GA- Reynoldstown
Apartment FloorplansUpdated 7 hours ago
No Apartments Available
Here are some apartments with available units
Overall rating of 5.0 / 5 based on 2 renter reviews
5.0 / 5
CJ was a great agent who helped guide us to this apartment. The hardest part was not being able to physically come view the apartments but they were accommodating and sent us the video. Once we committed to an apartment, the process was smooth and quick. Initially we thought our unit was facing the courtyard but upon arrival saw it was facing the solidcore and were disappointed. But now having lived here for a couple of weeks, we actually enjoy this as it is very quiet. Amenities are great and we use everything daily. If you choose a unit with a tub, it's deep and you can take a bath.
What did you like most?
It's spacious and everything is new. We came from a very small apartment so having this much space is great.
What did you like least?
Since everything is new, obviously some things haven't worked as well as they should. But maintenance is on top of it and taking care of what needs to be taken care of.
Love this apartment complex! They have been so welcoming and courteous. Great amenities and interiors! So much light inside our place and huge bathroom.
Elan Madison Yards Overview and Highlights
Elan Madison Yards is a rental apartment in Reynoldstown.
230 Bill Kennedy Way SE, Atlanta GA
Near Elan Madison Yards
Reynoldstown has become one of Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods due to excellent walkability, a prolific street art scene, and close proximity to the BeltLine and food hall Krog Street Market.
Reynoldstown has a residential feel while still being at the heart of Intown Atlanta. The area is hip and happening, with tons of restaurants, local shops, and green space at your fingertips. You’ll primarily find adorable bungalows and loft buildings packed with historic charm (the neighborhood was established in 1909!)
Known for artistic expression and creativity, a jaunt around the neighborhood will reveal an abundance of ever-changing street art. We recommend passing through Krog Street Tunnel and exploring Wylie Street, one of Atlanta’s best places to spot local art (you might even stumble upon a work in progress!)
Since one of the newer sections of Atlanta’s BeltLine walking path recently popped up in Reynoldstown, expect to see joggers and bikers out in full force. This quaint neighborhood has become extra popular for Atlantans looking to get outside and enjoy a carefree stroll.
Pricing, availability, and concessions are subject to change at any time and without notice. Photos may be of various model units and apartment availability and lease terms may vary. Information is believed to be accurate, however is subject to errors and omissions. The accuracy of all information, regardless of source, including but not limited to square footages and lot sizes, is deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be personally verified through personal inspection by and/or with the appropriate professionals.