In a swiftly growing city like Atlanta, calling a condo’s views unblockable is like calling a politician infallible, but the listing for this roomy Midtown offering could have a point.
High atop the curvy, recession-era 1010 Midtown tower, the superb downtown vistas from this penthouse are marketed as being “fully protected,” as the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s property—quite the longterm tenant—sits directly to the south.
Otherwise, the views span 180 degrees. And they certainly qualify as engrossing.
This all comes at a price, and that number, as posted a week ago, is $2,099,000. Which makes this property one of just two Midtown condos—well, ones that actually exist, without pending contracts—priced north of $2 million at the moment. (That’s almost $700 per square foot here).
Adding to the allure—or for some aesthetes, maybe not—is the fact that this 34th-floor flat comes fully furnished, a rarity in Atlanta.
It counts two balconies (again, those views), including one attached to the gargantuan master suite. The square footage clocks in at a more-than-generous 3,013, which allows for things like the 50-bottle wine fridge, three bedrooms, and four bathrooms in the sky.
Less obvious attributes: automated blinds, custom closets, two big storage units, and walkability, as the listing points out, to more than 100 restaurants.
Some of the finishes shout 2008, but the amenity levels still look fresh, by and large, and the location is bona fide primo. All of which could lend credence to the listing’s claim that this is “ATL’s top-selling high-rise!”
- 1080 Peachtree Street Unit 3410 [Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties]