The "unprecedented" One Museum Place condos across from the High Museum are, according to the marketing spiel, "an experience that only a select few Atlantans will ever know." Most of the 45 residences are spoken for — including a $3.7 million, 5,000-square-foot unit — but if you've got a million or two sitting around, you can still join the elite by snagging one of three units listed for sale right now. Developer John Weiland hopes to deliver the long-delayed project by the end of next year. He says, "Instead of constructing a glass tower, I reserved the property to build the kind of home where I would want to live."
The units for sale now include 2G, a 2,493-square-foot two-bedroom, three-bath priced at $1,533,195; 4A, a 3,310-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5-bath priced at $2,151,500; and the least expensive of the lot, 2D, a 2,199-square-foot, two-bedroom, 2.5-bath option priced at $1,020,000.
The high-priced condos will have 10-foot ceilings, Gaggenau appliances, direct elevators and private garages with charging station access. The five-story buildings will also have extensive and impressive soundproofing features, including, according to Atlanta SKYrise, double wall demising partitions, acoustic flooring underlays, acoustically treated walls around elevators and stairs, sound dampening coatings on trash chute liners and acoustically rated windows. The owners lounge includes a fitness center with a yoga studio and juice bar as well as guest accommodations for visitors.
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