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No2 Opus Place website launches, offering comprehensive look inside Atlanta’s most expensive address

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New materials (hello, IMAX theater and Meier-designed art gallery) are released as sales crank up in anticipation of October groundbreaking

A rendering of the unit with tall ceilings, windows with views of the Atlanta skyline.
A demonstration kitchen, complete with private dining room, lounge, and wine tasting spaces, located on the Mozart’s 41st Club Level.
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Over the past few months, a substantial amount of hype has built as details for No2 Opus Place, slated to be Atlanta’s tallest (and most expensive) condo building ever, have been revealed.

Announced last year, the project moved from concept to pre-sales in a relatively compressed amount of time. And the momentum seems to show few signs of slowing down.

New images of the on-site IMAX theater and attached, planned art gallery by Richard Meier will likely fan those flames.

Early this year, developers revealed that construction on the tower would start as soon as October; and earlier this month, at an exclusive pre-opening of the sales gallery, it was revealed that construction could begin even sooner.

Now, those interested in shelling out between $750,000 and $12 million to live poshly in the heart of Midtown can catch a glimpse of the units online, as the project website launches this morning.

Below is a sampling of those images, revealing what the public spaces, condo units, and luxe amenities will look like, should the project indeed move forward as planned.

The entrance suite of the residences.
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The pool lounge on the ninth floor.
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The ninth floor pool deck.
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A view of the tower from the large pool on the project’s north side.
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Cabanas surrounding the pool, facing north on the ninth floor pool deck.
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A rendering of the infinity-edge pool that will face south, toward 14th Street. (Hypothetical views may be conveniently altered).
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The yoga and fitness room, adjacent to the pool deck. Sure looks high up here, from the ninth floor. The vastness of these spaces is nonetheless impressive.
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The fitness room, with amazingly high, ninth-floor views.
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The ninth-floor spa lounge.
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A private IMAX movie room, part of the Mozart’s 41st Club Level.
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The “Culture Lounge” on the Mozart’s 41st Club Level.
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The “Ultra Lounge” on the Mozart’s 41st Club Level.
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The cocktail bar on the Mozart’s 41st Club Level.
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The demonstration kitchen on the Mozart’s 41st Club Level.
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The living space in an upper-level unit.
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The kitchen in an upper-level unit.
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The balcony of an upper-level unit.
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Inside the marble-clad master bathroom of a unit.
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A bathroom with a view.
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No1 Opus Place, an art gallery designed by Richard Meier, will sit to the west of the condo tower, along 14th Street.
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Inside the art gallery.
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A site plan for the development.
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