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Photos: Swanky Modera Midtown makes final push toward completion

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With two pools, rooftop dog park, and running track with skyline views, 8th Street building offers over-the-top amenities

Images: Modera Midtown

Construction activities are finally wrapping up on one of Midtown’s largest apartment developments, an 8th Street tower that just might up the ante for intown amenities.

Modera Midtown, which welcomed its first residents last summer, is nearly complete after three years of planning and two years of construction.

Work is proceeding on the upper floors, where apartments and the rooftop amenities are being finished out.

Every few days, per developers, crews finish work on a higher floor, opening up leasing options. Final work is expected to wrap in March, with rooftop amenities ready for springtime frolicking.

Apartments begin at $1,652 for one-bedrooms with 627 square feet.

A Greg Mike mural on the south side of the building.
All images via Modera Midtown

This addition to the Modera roster started leasing back in 2016, and with half of the building unfinished, more than a third of the 435 total units are leased, per developers.

We checked out construction on the building podium a year ago, and toured the state of amenities in July. Needless to say, things have come a long way since.

A bar that opens to the pool deck and a game room are two features of a sprawling seventh-floor amenity space.
Elsewhere find conversation nooks and spaces for impromptu meetings or board games.
For renters more serious about work, a business center on the eighth floor comes with a conference room.
The two-story gym features an array of equipment and free weights.
Upstairs, find a spin and yoga studio with on-demand digital classes.
Amenities on the seventh floor are open, but construction is ongoing outside. Here, workers build planters that divide private patio spaces from the running track wrapping the building.
Remaining photos: Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta
The seventh floor pool is surrounded by planters, a bar, and an outdoor lounge and grilling area that opens to the inside bar.
Fire pits and casual gathering areas around the seventh floor amenity deck.
Crews painting balconies are working their way up the tower.
On the top floor, a teaching kitchen and lounge are being completed.
The 27th floor pool and grilling deck, seen from the rooftop dog park and spa.
Looking down to the seventh floor amenity deck.