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History of Reynoldstown Reynoldstown was established in 1909 as a settlement for freed slaves and was named for it's first residents, Madison and Sarah Reynolds. It remained predominately African American until the early 1980's when gentrification began. It really took off in the early 1990's and property values have been steadily rising. The neighborhood is on the National Register of Historic Places and has a very vigorous and involved neighborhood association. They have a private facebook group and a large Yahoo chat group as well. The South edge of Reynoldstown has had a huge influx of new lofts and condo buildings, and a lot of restaurants, and businesses in the Madison Yards development. They connect to North Ormewood Park through Bill Kennedy Way which is a limited access bridge over I 20. That is where the beltline crosses I20. It goes under the Marta through the Krog street tunnel, turns east and turns south on Wylie St. just west of Flat Shoals.to From there it goes to Memorial Dr. at Bill Kennedy Way. There is a lot of great shopping with a new Publix on the Reynoldstown side and a super Kroger on the N. Ormewood side.
Most of the original homes were a combination of Craftsman’s Bungalows and post World War II cottages (circa 1920-1950). The homes for sale today range in price from around $250,000 at the very lowest which would may be torn down to make way for a new homes, which would range from $550,000 to $750,000-$800,000+ for the biggest and best new homes. A great deal of the neighborhood is zoned R5 which allows for zero lot line duplexes. These look like two townhomes with a common wall, or two homes front to back separated by garages with a common wall. If you are looking for condos in this area the prices range starting from $150,000 and go up from there. There are many new infill very contemporary homes being built in the area.
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