Redefining Home at The Reserve at the Ballpark in Atlanta

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It could be a person. Or a combination of people. It could be a place that takes you back to an easier time otherwise known as childhood when life was way more simple than anyone realized at the time.

But mostly it’s the people. Mostly it’s the emotions. Mostly it’s life.

It’s almost ironic how everyone’s definition of home can be as simultaneously unique and the same.

Perhaps ancient Japanese poet Matsuo Basho said it best when he wrote “every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”

What that means for The Reserve at the Ballpark family is simple. We offer a place filled with people that make life a journey instead of a destination. How?

Remember what really makes a home cozy

The coupon-clipping bargain huntress who frequently stocks up on candles from Bath and Body Works at a fraction of their regular price of $22.50 each knows – the little things add up. And rightly so as we all seek to make home into the safe haven, the gathering place for family and friends, that it should be.

But sometimes investing in all the right places starts at the destination. Finding a unique place to live in the perfect location that offers all the comforts a person wants in a home? That’s something special. And that’s what The Reserve at the Ballpark has to offer.

Think Outside (No Box Required)

Apartment living shouldn’t mean compromising. It should mean the opposite. Indulging in things like green spaces and a gorgeous pool doesn’t have to be something out of the ordinary. It can be the norm.

Add to that a convenient location near – SunTrust Park – that offers close proximity to some of the area’s best restaurants, shopping and culture, and you have a match made in home heaven.

All in the Family

Chances are if you ask a friend what they think of when they hear the word home, the answer will be the same. Family.

From step-families and blood relatives to adopted family members and lifetime friends, everyone’s definition of family may be slightly different, but at the end of the day, Basho’s thoughts ring true.

“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”

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


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