One of Atlanta's musical kingpins has listed his Buckhead penthouse, which includes a patio that could double as an airstrip. Music festival promoter Pete Conlon — the man partly responsible for founding Music Midtown in the 1990s and re-launching it in 2011 — is asking $2.12 million for his 4,300-square-foot sky palace at Terminus condos. The building and its unnecessarily humongous patios might look familiar, because Atlanta Braves second-baseman Dan Uggla unloaded his slightly larger penthouse for $2.25 million back in February, turning a profit of about $500,000 over his purchase price in 2011. Tax records show Conlon purchased his three-bedroom unit that same year for $1.3 million; he has since made "significant upgrades," according to the listing. Beyond the sprawling patio, the condo offers a high-caliber kitchen, a "magnificent grand salon" and jaw-dropping views with a variety of vantages. It's chockfull of eclectic artwork, the sorts of antiques you'd find in a Parisian brothel and far too much eccentric style for most professional athletes.
· 3325 Piedmont Road Unit 3101 [Estately]
· Dan Uggla's Behemoth Buckhead Condo Asking $2.75M [Curbed]