On the Buckhead land where jazz once played, crocodiles frolicked and fondue flowed, the glassy Cyan on Peachtree stands like a 23-story beacon for high-earning millennials. Floor plans and pricing for Cyan's 329 luxury units recently emerged, showing a staggering number of units in the range of $5,000 per month. The building offers eight varieties of penthouses alone, with the most expensive starting at $5,050 and ending who-knows-where, which brings to mind the priciest units at, um, Avalon. The tower fills a gap on Peachtree Road between Mandarin Oriental and the Atlanta Business Chronicle building. It'll offer the top-shelf finishes and amenities one would expect: a concierge, quartz countertops, "exquisite plumbing fixtures," private common patios with grilling stations, a bark park and the promise that "tranquility comes standard." It better, because this is one very high concentration of pricey rentals. Across the neighborhood, only the comparatively massive penthouses at Buckhead Atlanta (with nearly 2,000 square feet) might eclipse these rents right now. No wonder Dante's went down.