Redefining Unique at The Reserve at the Ballpark in Atlanta

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It’s a well-known ideology that home is where the heart is.

Home is a place where friends and family gather to celebrate any number of things (or nothing at all). Home is a place where you seek refuge after a long day. Home is a place to make your own.

And, primarily due to the availability of information everywhere, there are more options than ever before when choosing a home. It’s more common for people to do extensive research online before so much as setting foot inside a potential living space. So what is it people are searching for?

Something unique. A home that stands out from the masses and offers everything you’re looking for and more. A home like The Reserve at the Ballpark.

“(The Reserve offers) an excellent location, directly adjacent to SunTrust Park, (with) nice amenities, and a very modern, clean feel, and great staff,” writes one resident.

Redefining Unique, Redefining Life

The resort-like feel is mentioned frequently in reference to The Reserve’s community, which offers residents a welcoming pool area, multiple lounge areas to relax, and a fitness center that leaves no one an excuse not to work out.

The studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are spacious and comfortable, completing the portrait of luxury apartment life in ways that prompted one resident to say she would recommend The Reserve to her closest friends and family.

“I had such a great experience here!” she said. “I was dealing with a very unexpected moving situation and I was very unsure what my next steps were and Stephanie helped me out tremendously with weighing my options. Not to mention, the location is pretty fabulous and I can't wait for baseball season!”

Conveniently located in the heart of the up and coming development district surrounding SunTrust Park, The Reserve at the Ballpark is a place people are loving to call home.

The Reserve at the Ballpark: Welcome Home

The Reserve at the Ballpark is where the heart is for her and so many of the residents. It’s a place people can gather with friends and family to celebrate something (or nothing). It’s a place to seek refuge after a terribly trying day at the office. It’s a place to make your own.

To learn more, or to apply, call (770) 955-5335 or visit us online.

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