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Buckhead’s largest condo tower in forever launches sales center, floats floorplans

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Looks like $500K gets buyers in the door just south of Buckhead Village

A rendering of kitchen views from The Sutton condos in Buckhead.
Expected kitchen views.
All images: The Sutton Buckhead

Touting primetime walkability to Buckhead’s retail epicenter, the neighbor’s largest helping of new for-sale condos in ages, The Sutton, has launched a sales center and released floorplans.

The Sutton’s eventual 21-story height might not blow anyone away, but within the clean, classic design will be 151 condos—the most to deliver in a single Buckhead project since the recession.

The project launched a sales center (with model kitchen and bath) late last month, and early indications are that prices will range between $500,000 and $1.4 million.

Expect one-bedrooms with dens, up to three-bedrooms with rather large outdoor components.

When The Sutton was planned to be apartments, developer Preserve Properties expected to charge a minimum of $3,800 monthly, which gives an idea of the luxury level the company’s aiming for.

Beyond proximity to coffee shops and fine furs, The Sutton is serving up a saltwater pool with requisite sunbathing ledge (and summertime towel service!), a lush amenities deck, two-story lobby with fireplace, and everlasting valet and concierge services

The building is rising on the site of a former gas station and Chinese restaurant, just south of OliverMcMillan’s The Shops Buckhead Atlanta and next door to quickly climbing Modera Buckhead apartments.

Up the street, Buckhead’s other large condo offering, The Charles, is coming out of the ground with substantially higher pricing expectations: from $1.3 million to $4 million or more for its 57 homes.

Below, have a look at what The Sutton promises to be:

The Sutton’s smallest offering isn’t exactly dinky at 1,100 square feet.
The largest unit includes a massive outdoor space.
The Sutton’s top-floor views, facing southeast.
Prospective buyers include James Bond.