clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

In heart of Midtown, two-bedroom condo flirts with $1M on building’s top floor

New, 24 comments

Consuming a full corner of 905 Juniper, this flat from 2006 is actually two condos combined

A roomy dining and living room area at a Midtown Atlanta condo.
Roomy living spaces and walls of windows at 905 Juniper Street NE, Unit 808.
Coldwell Banker Residential Mortgage

From the Department of Bold Statements comes this listing’s description of 905 Juniper: “Midtown’s Finest Boutique Condominium Building.”

With options like 805 Peachtree in the vicinity, that’s debatable. But the 93-unit Juniper Street building, opened in 2006 two blocks south of Piedmont Park, remains attractive (see: the pool and outdoor lounges) with walkability that’s substantially increased.

Whether that means buyers will fork over just shy of $1 million for a two-bedroom pad here remains to be seen.

Situated on the highest floor (the eighth) and consuming the building’s entire southwest corner, Unit No. 808’s admirable traits begin with sheer space: 1,973 square feet, with three different balconies.

Rare 11-foot ceilings (at least for newish buildings) contribute to the sense of openness.

A kitchen with views across Midtown Atlanta.
A kitchen with minimalistic hardware—and views. The shades in the main living area are remote-controlled and motorized.

The large footprint owes to the fact that two condos were combined to make this one, which explains the two and a half bathrooms. Two covered parking spaces, in what the listing calls prime positions, are included.

The master suite, the listing also posits, is the size of a condo itself.

The property came to market this week with Coldwell Banker Residential Mortgage for $979,500.

Another consideration are HOA fees listed at $599 monthly. (One downfall of combining separate condos).

A large living room in a condo with speakers and sound equipment.
Another facet of the wraparound main living space, with hickory floors.
A master bedroom with thick drapes.
Master bedroom suite.
A large master bathroom with a big glass shower.
The master bathroom, with an updated marble shower of frameless glass.
A bedroom with large curtains and city views.
Another bedroom, with balcony attached.
A secondary bathroom with purple walls.
Ambient lighting and a vessel sink in the half-bath.
Views from a balcony looking across rooftops to downtown Atlanta.
Sample views from one of three balconies.