Details are emerging for the One Museum Place condo project across the street from the High Museum, which developer John Wieland is billing as "an experience that only a select few Atlantans will ever know." With just 45 condos, the project's exclusivity comes with sizable price tags. So far, listings range from $1 million (a two-bedroom, three-bathroom unit with about 2,200 square feet) to more than $2.1 million (three bedrooms, three and half bathrooms, more than 3,300 square feet.) Wieland, a home developer of four decades in metro Atlanta, is shifting his focus from the suburbs to walkable intown communities. He's controlled the One Museum Place land — where two condo towers were once planned, replete with an art gallery — for nine years. Writes Wieland on the project's website: "Instead of constructing a glass tower, I reserved the property to build the kind of home where I would want to live. One Museum Place is destined to complement the masterworks of Renzo Piano and Richard Meier with an impeccable design for livability and luxury by the best and brightest team I could assemble." The celebrated firm Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects is designing the project, and listings indicate it will include yoga and massage rooms, a juice bar and all the latest controlled access technology.
· One Museum Place [Website]
· Unit 4a - 1301 Peachtree St. [Highrises.com]
[Images via One Museum Place Atlanta.]