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Inside Midtown Atlanta’s lavish YOO on the Park apartment tower, now open

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Amenities long touted as the choicest in town have their close-up

The living wall at YOO on the Park in Midtown Atlanta.
A living wall of plants hides the parking infrastructure.
Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta

A topic of conversation in Midtown since at least 2013, YOO on the Park welcomed its first residents last week and allowed glimpses at amenities long touted as being the finest among apartment towers in the region.

Standing 25 posh stories, the finished tower up the street from Piedmont Park is offering some units for more than $3 per square foot—a benchmark once thought impossible in Atlanta. (For example: a 540-square-foot studio for $1,630). Even higher, most of the penthouse apartments have already rented for nearly $6,000 per month.

The 245-unit collaboration between Trillist and London-based YOO Studio is being called Atlanta’s only internationally-branded lifestyle community.

In a release announcing the opening, developers called pre-leasing “positive” with demand from residents seeking finishes and amenities that stand out.

Among other perks, the 245-unit building boasts a saline pool, cabinetry imported from Milan, in-unit 1-gigabit Wi-Fi and fiber connectivity, an outdoor yoga terrace, and a signature Fido-pampering service called Pet Respite℠.

Above the entrance, covering the parking facade, find one of the largest living Green Walls in the nation, per officials. (In a world of copycat development, maybe this can be duplicated around Atlanta.)

So here’s YOO on the Park in the flesh, from the property’s golf simulator to the high-floor balconies.

The ground-floor retail slot on 13th Street beneath the living green wall.
Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta
Walk through the front doors, and you’re greeted in a reception area that developers say rivals high-end Manhattan apartments.
The first-floor lounge.
Even the mailroom at YOO on the Park has a sense of style.
The resident lounge on the 7th floor of YOO on the Park.
The game room’s golf simulator.
The yoga studio and virtual personal trainer lab.
The pool on the seventh-floor terrace.
The area outside the fitness center at YOO on the Park is structured to help mind, body, and spirit. The body part comes in the form of a multipurpose Crossfit gym.
The mind part comes in the form of a giant chess set.
The two-bedroom model’s kitchen.
The two-bedroom model’s living room.
The second bedroom in the two-bedroom model has an open closet concept behind the bed.
The one-bedroom model has a small dining area off the entrance, adjacent to the kitchen.
Most of the apartments have some view of Piedmont Park half a block away.