Occupants of this glass-filled corner unit at the 1010 Midtown tower have the ability to watch sunrises over Stone Mountain and sunsets between the thickening forest of high-rises in the neighborhood.
Each seat in this 1,386-square-foot property seems to offer a different vantage point on the city—and views of cranes actively changing the landscape around it.
It took five years to sell out this 35-story tower, which had the misfortune of opening in 2008, but things have heated up since, as reflected by the $617,500 asking price (plus $519 monthly HOA fees) for this two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit.
With such a dearth of new condo product in the city, the days of 1010 Midtown units this size selling in the $300,000s are likely ancient history.
Here, the layout affords enough room for a dining-room table and piano, plus bar seating. The pretty hardwoods are ubiquitous, and cabinetry and tiling isn’t flashy but doesn’t smack as dated, despite being nearly a decade old.
Per the listing, this condo is located on “the rear, quiet side of the building,” a full-service property that includes a concierge and amenities level that still holds its own against dazzling new apartment high-rises in the vicinity.
The Midtown Mile’s retail offerings have had their struggles (including closures at the base of this building), but that hardly dings the “Walker’s Paradise” 93 WalkScore at a primo location like this.
- 1080 Peachtree St. NE Unit 2002 [RE/MAX METRO ATLANTA CITYSIDE]