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We've long made no secret of our adoration for Buckhead's Sovereign building (aka 3344 Peachtree), and now an Atlanta Business Chronicle piece, penned by a Smith Dalia architect, shares in that enthusiasm for the city's ninth-tallest tower. Designed by architects Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, and developed by Regents Partners, the 2008 building is custom-fit to the curves of Peachtree Road — and something else like it just might rise on the last remaining piece of Tower Place land nearby. "This is one of the few Atlanta high-rises that took the pedestrian scale into consideration in its design," writes Adam Toal, "and it takes you a moment to realize the full height of the building above," where gawkers find "sweeping glass curves" and "simple fins." [Photo: JAMCO]