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Renderings: Buckhead’s ‘The Charles’ condos aim for uber-ritzy

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Condos marketed as “the epitome of Buckhead living”

Renderings of The Charles condo stack in Buckhead Village.
The view-friendly glass exterior.
All images: The Charles

Having completed Atlanta’s first new injection of for-sale condos in ages with Seventh Midtown, The Loudermilk Companies is turning its focus to the social heart of Buckhead, where a posh, 18-story stack of condos hopes to set the bar for refined intown lifestyles.

The project from a new vantage across the street.

New renderings and details on a promotional website for The Charles condo development tout the project as the epitome of Buckhead living, situated at the cusp of Buckhead Village, which has “long been the town center for Atlanta’s most privileged community,” per the site.

Expect 57 condos total, with starting prices of $1.3 million for two-bedroom units.

Last month, developers indicated they were pushing toward construction ASAP thanks to strong pre-sales. Condos will average 2,900 square feet, atop 30,000 square feet of retail fronting the pocket park across the street.

Noteworthy facets at The Charles — beyond the amenities and views — will include Lynx built-in outdoor grills, European kitchen cabinetry by Pedini, Gaggenau appliances, and Franke fixtures, per developers.

Overall, it’s a glistening, geometrically interesting multifamily dwelling where Atlanta’s hipsters with dreams of hitting the big-time might aim. Here’s a visual preview:

As seen from Charlie Loudermilk Park, an homage (like the condo project’s name) to the noted Buckhead businessman who founded Aaron’s.

^ The elevated amenities level is planned to span 14,000 square feet across an entire floor, offering an infinity pool, manicured gardens, lounge, and fitness center with yoga. (Curiously, there’s no fixed-gear bike repair station or onsite mustache trimmer).

A corner master bedroom suite.
Expect sculpted, freestanding Victoria + Albert tubs, Cambria quartz vanity surfaces, and Gessi fixtures in master bathrooms.

The projected, non-rendering views from the property don’t look too shabby:

South-facing view toward Midtown, largely protected by The Shops Buckhead Atlanta.
Buckhead views ...
... and off to the distant Perimeter skyline.

Floorplans range from two-bedroom to enormous penthouse units. Exact prices aren’t yet specified:

A sample two-bedroom layout with 2,477 square feet.
Three-bedroom sample with 3,324 square feet.
A three-bedroom penthouse layout with nearly 5,000 square feet inside and 1,600 square feet of exterior space divided by a glass NanaWall system. In other words: balling.