Officials say Modera Midtown, a 29-story amenity-laden apartment building on 8th Street, is four months away from the delivery of its first snazzy units.
According to a press release, leasing is now available for select floorplans in the low-rise portion of the building.
To mark the occasion, the building’s developer, Mill Creek, has released new renderings of many of the anticipated swank-tastic amenities that define the 435-unit building. With studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, there will be no shortage of layout options. But don’t expect to find anything cheap.
According to the website, 475-square-foot studios start at a whopping $1220, while the largest listed two-bedroom unit goes for more than $2600. And those are just the flats on the first five floors!
But for the price, you’d better believe the perks are pretty killer.
Each unit is equipped with Google Fiber — which comes at an additional charge — but for those who can pry themselves away from their blazing Internet, expect a double dose of amenity decks, one on the seventh and another on the 26th floor,
Each features a heated saltwater pool with adjacent lounges and indoor and outdoor bars. The larger lower deck also has a lawn for movie watching, a suspended running track wrapping the building, and a “membership-grade” fitness center.
The higher deck offers access to a lounge with sweeping views of the city, a wine bar, a demo kitchen, and even a large dog park in the sky.
Tech-obsessed Millennials, have no fear; the common areas also have Google Fiber.
Down at street level, expect 12,000 square feet of high-end retail and restaurant space, though what is going in remains unclear.
These neighborhood streets should only become more bustling when jobs-epicenter NCR opens on the next block in 2018. Let’s hope they don’t all drive to work.
Meanwhile, in Buckhead, site work is already underway for the fifth iteration of the Modera concept in Atlanta, which will soon rise on Peachtree Street. That project has an expected completion sometime in summer of 2018.
- Modera Midtown [website]
- Photos: Modera Midtown is Rising on Formerly Dead Lot [Curbed]