A spate of recent condo listings across the intown landscape proves that Atlanta’s multifamily buying options can be stylishly eclectic, ranging from a converted cotton factory to an environmentally friendly high-rise.
Below are four flats, each listed within the past week, that illustrate some of the best interior designs the city has to offer right now, in places where walkability reigns supreme.
With pricing and locations considered, it could be tough to declare which is the better deal. But let’s give it a try.
Address: 170 Boulevard SE
Square footage: 1,003
WalkScore: 87, “Very Walkable”
Monthly HOA fee: $275
Marketed as a “designer showcase” in the Stacks, the cheapest option featured here exemplifies an Atlanta loft that capitalizes on its past while embracing functional, high-quality updates. It includes a nifty sleeping loft over the single bedroom and a reinvigorated kitchen and bathroom. The renovation by Studio B cost a cool $100,000, per the listing.
Address: 245 N. Highland Avenue NE
Square footage: 1,349
WalkScore: 88, “Very Walkable”
Monthly HOA fee: $437
In the thick of Inman Park’s commercial explosion, this remodeled two-bedroom loft employs aspects like a funky green accent wall and built-in, wooden bar space to warm up so much concrete. The patio over Highland Avenue is hardly tiny, and ceilings reach higher than 10 feet. Shouts the listing: “Now is the time to live your dream!”
Address: 1820 Peachtree Street NW
Square footage: 1,709
WalkScore: 73, “Very Walkable”
Monthly HOA fee: $627
The best views of the bunch clearly belong to this modish 17th-floor condo at The Brookwood building, which enjoys vistas of sunsets over treetops and the rising Buckhead skyline. Windows are truly floor-to-ceiling, and the Viking appliances qualify as plusses. Three onsite restaurants are below, and the Beltline’s oft-overlooked Northside Trail is but a few blocks away.
Address: 867 Peachtree Street NE
Square footage: 2,092
WalkScore: 92, “Walker’s Paradise”
Monthly HOA fee: Unspecified
The finest WalkScore belongs to the Peachtree Street condo that’s also the largest by far—with the highest price. The views might not be what they once were, following the rise of 29-story Hanover Midtown next door, but this three-bedroom pad brings almost 2,100 square feet and deluxe features—Pedini cabinetry, Waterworks fixtures, and Control4 home automation, among other perks—in Atlanta’s walkability epicenter.
Which stylish Atlanta condo is the best buy?
This poll is closed
$389K in Cabbagetown
$585K in Inman Park
$750K over southern Buckhead
$925K in Midtown