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One Baltimore Place unveils 15 unique SoNo Atlanta ‘penthouse’ apartments

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Each multi-level unit offers views of downtown, Midtown skylines and swanky finishes

A view of the downtown skyline at dusk, beyond a grove of trees.
Eleven of the 15 units include views of the downtown skyline.
One Baltimore Place

After more than a year of renovations, what could be described as downtown’s most unique rental opportunity has come to market.

The Penthouses at One Baltimore Place, located in SoNo at the cusp of The Connector, are now available for lease. The units are part of the larger Baltimore Place complex, which includes eight townhomes dating back to 1885.

Earlier this year, we checked out the overhauled office block the residential units sit atop, and now, photos accompanying the listings show that the apartments—previously little more than framed-out spaces—are looking pretty snazzy.

Floorplan options range from a 900-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-and-1/2-bathroom option, up to a 2,035-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom layout.

All units feature at least one balcony (with some featuring three) and cover two floors, with the majority also featuring third-floor lofts. Units also have private garages.

The building, with Ted Turner Drive (formerly Spring Street) to the right.

According to marketers at Ansley Atlanta, the smallest offerings will begin at $2,250 per month, and rents will run up to $3,875.

While the property doesn’t feature amenities such as a pool or dog park—common at other multifamily clusters across the area—these 15 units aren’t exactly the norm for Atlanta, stylistically speaking.

One Baltimore Place
The largest unit available.
Seven of the 15 units are the same floorplan, offering two bedrooms, two-and-1/2 bathrooms, a third-floor loft, and two large decks.
One Baltimore Place