New renderings suggest the Emerson Buckhead project — that rare new Atlanta condo tower — could set a high architectural bar, both within the units and beyond.
With just 44 units, the JPX Works venture in the 2500 block of Peachtree Road is being promoted as the "architecture of tomorrow’s Atlanta" and an "ethereal and sculptural" nod to Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Fallingwater house.
Amenities will include a heated lap pool and "tranquil zen garden." Based on renderings, the condo interiors seem to stress simplicity, implementing as few obstructions as possible that would block so much glass.
Plans call for the building to open in 2018.
According to a promotional website, two-and-three-bedroom units will range from just shy of 2,200 square feet to giant penthouse whoppers topping 6,300 square feet. For really ambitious ballers, developers are also offering the option to combine units (from 4,800 to 8,400 square feet).
Buzz Home reports condos here will start at $2.18 million, which would represent an increase from initial pricing plans that would've allowed toes in the Emerson door for $1.8 million. The top-shelf stuff would reportedly be around $4 million.
And now for some visuals ...