Buyers in the market for that rare Midtown condo where a living-room racquetball game might be possible could be in luck.
At the 22-story Luxe building in Midtown, which opened a decade ago just up the hill from Piedmont Park, this sprawling corner unit is actually two smaller condos combined.
The result? Two master suites, three parking spaces, and one wide-open kitchen/dining/and living room(s) combo among 2,733 square feet. (But could it be, possibly, too open?)
With the advent of neighboring high-rise construction, views toward downtown aren’t what they once were, but the “penthouse-style” residence still packs a scenic punch, with its Piedmont Park and central Midtown vistas.
Beyond the ample balconies, nice touches include the wet bar (with ice maker), storage unit, and motorized/polarized shades for so many large windows.
The monthly HOA commitment isn’t specified, but with so much space, logic says it won’t be a pittance, on top of the $1,095,000 asking price.
But, on a happy note, it does buy ’round-the-clock concierge services.