Two years ago, the Seventh Midtown proposal caused a stir by having the audacity (and financial backing) to be for-sale condos in a Midtown dominated by new rental towers. Now, the nine-story Peachtree Street building has delivered, and only two of 20 units remain unfilled — both of them pricey and big.
The listing photos are duplicated, so it's hard to know if this is the $1.59 million Unit #802 or its slightly cheaper unsold counterpart; both are three-bedroom, three-bathroom condos with more than 2,700 square feet, a study, and that stupendous perk that is a double-sided fireplace.
They've clearly gone for the blank-slate motif here. It lends a starkness that a few giant, mixed-media abstracts and bombastic curtains should cure.
Highlights include the Pedini cabinetry, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, Waterworks fixtures, and proximity to the fancy-pants Starbucks Reserve down below. And the terrace is so big it's stubbed for a kitchen. But at this price-point, that seems like a bit of a tease.
- 867 Peachtree St. Unit 802 [Estately]
- Un-Started Condo Has Healthy Self-Esteem, Hefty Price [Curbed; 2014]