On a prime Midtown site that’s been cleared and gated for years, plans for a rare boutique condo project are taking shape, with prices that reflect the exclusivity—and walkability—of the address.
With just eight flats offered in five neoclassical stories, the Dowling at the Park building is expected to deliver sometime in fall 2019, positioned on 14th Street between Colony Square and Piedmont Park.
That’s according to marketing materials that now provide glimpses of interiors, where aesthetic restraint and oversized windows appear to be paramount.
Life at the Dowling, as with other large Midtown condos these days, won’t come cheap, as prices start at $1,650,000.
The building might lack amenities like a lavish pool and cutting-edge yoga sauna, but it offers relative privacy (two flats per floor) and lower HOA fees. (At last check, monthly dues for the pricier units were listed as $625).
Designed by Kuo Diedrich and developed by Atlanta’s Kim King Associates, the Dowling is promising park and city views (and two secured parking slots per unit). Expect top-shelf brandnames throughout the interiors, including Circa Lighting, Porcelanosa, and Kingdom Woodworks.
Per floorplans, two-bedroom pads will actually have more space (2,350 square feet) than the three-bedrooms (2,220), though all come with 10-foot ceilings and covered balconies—also described as “outdoor living rooms”—with fireplaces.
The building’s name is an homage to Alexander Dowling McLennan, grandfather of developer Beau King, the company’s president and CEO.
Now, let’s have a peek at the hypothetical insides:
A two-bedroom’s terrace:
Two-bedroom kitchen, dining, and living areas:
Three-bedroom living area and master:
A three-bedroom’s kitchen and dining:
The two floorplan options:
- Dowling at the Park [site]