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Midtown’s Hanover West Peachtree reveals floorplans, prices

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Expect 22 different rental options, but with studios starting at nearly $1,600 per month, nothing is cheap.

A rendering of the building from 10th and Spring streets.
A rendering of the building from 10th and Spring streets.

Many of Midtown’s new apartments in the past few years have been served on high-rise platters, but not all luxury offerings loom large over the neighborhood.

The latest option to come to market is the still-under-construction Hanover West Peachtree, which is slated to welcome its first residents in coming months.

The six- and seven-story building has been a work in progress for years, rising along 10th Street between West Peachtree and Spring streets.

According to a newly launched website, the 330-unit development will contain a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom floorplans. The building’s unique angles and varied floor sizes mean that 22 distinct layout options will be available.

The smallest units—studios measuring as little as 514 square feet—start around $1,600 per month.

For those wanting a little more space (and a door to their bedroom) the smallest one-bedroom options start at $1,766, with a 986-square-foot layout going for nearly $2,450.

Somewhat surprising for recent luxury rentals, one layout has two bedrooms and just one bathroom. That floorplan option, clocking in at 914 square feet, starts at more than $2,250 a month.

Options for renters not wanting to share a bathroom start at $2,400 and climb to more than $3,400 per month.

It’s important to note that while some of the larger floorplans offer expansive balconies, not all units feature outdoor space. This is rare for Atlanta.

The community will offer an enclosed courtyard with loggias equipped with large-screen TVs, a pool with chaise lounges, grilling and dining area, and a dog run. Also expect three rooftop sky decks with city views.

Inside, the building will boast a state-of-the-art fitness center, club room offering a pantry for residents and a breakfast bar, and a cyber lounge with iMacs.

The largest apartment option, featuring nearly 1,500 square feet, will rent for more than $3,400 per month.
Hanover West Paces

Midtown apartment hunters will be able to move in soon, with availability at the building ramping up next month. Eventually, 14,000 square feet of retail space will face 10th Street, ostensibly bringing vibrancy back to a block that’s been consumed for more than two years by construction—and before that, by Checkers.