One of Atlanta's most high-profile condominium projects developed during the mid-aughts boom is finally sold out. Almost. The 35-story 1010 Midtown building has only one new residence left for sale, Coldwell Banker Residential announced today. Since 2010, 355 of the building's 425 units have sold, while the retail options at ground level have multiplied. Just 31 residences closed in 2008, the year the curvy glass tower opened. "(Midtown) has transitioned into a hip, walkable community where the Intown lifestyle is really being embraced," Jim Fountain, a Coldwell Banker sales associate, said in a press release. "The building's proximity to Piedmont Park, ease of commute and premier location are desirable to any audience."
The last remaining new residence in the building is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit that's almost the penthouse but not quite. The Last Condo Standing has 2,416 square feet with floor-to-ceiling windows, a gourmet kitchen, two balconies and a storage unit. Priced at $1 million, it might be the last, but it's certainly not the least.
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