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What Constitutes a $500K+ Condo in Midtown?

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Imagine you're in the market for a $500,000 + condo in Midtown. You've narrowed it down to two units a few blocks from each other that basically share the same external amenities (bounty of restaurants, Piedmont Park, etc.) How do you make up your mind? The answer, friends, is simple: Shove them into a metaphorical cage and let them battle it out until one emerges victorious. It's time for Real Estate Deathmatch.

905 Juniper St. NE Unit 510 [Zillow]

222 12th St. NE Unit 1906 [Zillow]

Let's compare: The Juniper Street property is 100 square feet bigger, has an additional bedroom and bathroom, and is priced $100,000 less. Before jumping to conclusions, consider the Juniper building is a couple of years older, and some might say it lacks the cache of the Luxe tower, which peeks into Piedmont Park. Though its pricier, the 12th Street unit boasts bamboo floors and truly dazzling views.


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