Any home with the gall to ask more than $850 per square foot has to offer more than hardwood floors and 10-foot ceilings. Fortunately, the 53 residences at The St. Regis in Buckhead, which are priced between $700 and $1,050 per square foot, have some unusual amenities to tout. There are the the standard features you'd expect from a luxury condo — private outdoor terraces with views of the city or Buckhead, top-of-the-line appliances, spacious closets, tray ceilings, etc. — then there are the real perks. The 15 residential floors sit atop the St. Regis hotel and residents can make use of the hotel's 200 staff members at any time.
Want your kitchen stocked with fresh groceries, your dog walked, your dry cleaning picked up or your ego stroked? That's available, 24/7. ("Hello? Yes, I'm getting dressed for a function this evening. I need someone to come up here and tell me how dapper I look, stat.") Residents enjoy a daily butler service and on-call concierge. The 40,000-square-foot pool piazza is transformed into an ice skating rink in the winter months and is home to a poolside bar in the summer. There is, of course, a serious fitness center (ahem, "athletic club") as well as an on-site spa, fine dining and expansive meeting facilities. It is, according to the website, "the ultimate in assisted, luxury living." They should really rethink the language choices there, but the point is clear: move here and you'll never have to worry about blowing your own nose again.
↑ This three-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,132-square-foot condo is on the market for $3,570,000 (aka $864/square foot). It was built in 2013 and designed by Suzanne Kasler. Like all homes in the building, it has its own private elevator and access points that allow the buyer to come and go without dealing with the public.
↑ This two-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 3,583-square-foot residence is asking $3,250,000 (aka $907/square foot). Built in 2011 and designed by Stan Topol, it has a gas fireplace to keep the buyer cozy while they enjoy their killer views.