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Cloud-level Unit at Mandarin Oriental Asks $1.9M

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Imagine, for a moment, a 70-inch flat-screen television on wheels. Pretend it's this Sunday, a potentially historic day in the wobbly pantheon of Atlanta sports. You've invited over 15 close friends. You live in this $1.9 million unit (above), on the 41st floor of the Mandarin Oriental in Buckhead, and you all congregate on the crescent-shaped terrace, the one with forever views across Atlanta's verdant canopy. You wheel out the television, the food and drink, and it's like Taco Mac has gone to heaven. Stargazing aside, here are facts: This sleek, European-influenced, two-bedroom showplace was built in 2008 as part of Rosewood's Mansion on Peachtree, which was rebranded as the Mandarin Oriental — where "boutique chic meets Dixie style" — in May. All rooms feature eye-popping Atlanta views, the kitchen has commercial-grade appliances, marble counters and designer lighting. Downstairs, you'd basically have a resort at your disposal, with the in-house café and bar, the Taipan lounge and a two-story spa. With $1,548 monthly HOA dues, those amenities come at a price. Owning one of 25 residences here could justify the splurge, if this is your thing.
· 3376 Peachtree Road Unit 41A [Estately]

Mandarin Oriental Hotel

3376 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30326