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West Midtown’s first condo tower reports more than 100 sales already

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Plus, fresh details on penthouses that are flirting with $2M

Upper-floor units are promising skyline views from angles previously unavailable in Atlanta.
Upper-floor units are promising skyline views from angles previously unavailable in Atlanta.
Images: Ansley Developer Services

It might still be a pit in the ground, but West Midtown’s first high-rise condo venture appears to be a popular buying option, relatively speaking.

Ansley Developer Services, which is listing penthouse units for as much as $1.75 million at the forthcoming Seven88 project, reports that more 100 condos have already sold.

Announced last summer, Seven88 is expected to offer 279 residences in 20 glassy floors, lording over the formerly downtrodden industrial district.

It’s the latest evidence that condos could be making a widespread comeback in Atlanta, as sizable projects with for-sale units have launched in Midtown, Old Fourth Ward, and Buckhead, while other ventures converting apartments to condos are underway.

No delivery date for Seven88 is available, but condo details are pretty specific.

The site today, with an approximation of penthouse views toward downtown.

Expect square footages ranging from 699 to more than 2,800 square feet, with a choice of 22 floorplans. Prices start in the high $300,000s and max out at $1.75 million for the aforementioned penthouses, according to marketers.

A fresh listing for one penthouse specifies that it’ll serve up three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,695 square feet, with 11-foot ceilings and skyline vistas from the balcony and living room. Monthly HOA commitment: $782.

Nearby attractions cited in the listing include Georgia Tech, boutiques, live music, and under-construction Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry.

Planned building amenities include a saltwater swimming pool, a 9,000-square-foot deck, and, on the ground level, retail, restaurants, and entertainment space.

Planned finishes for penthouses.
A dual-sided fireplace and a generally clean aesthetic, with windows meant to frame Atlanta.
The lobby.
Saltwater swimming pool overlooking Marietta Street next door.
New look for a formerly industrial district.