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Customized 1010 Midtown condo breaks sales record at $845K

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The 28th-floor unit garnered a staggering $605 per square foot

Living room with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The views are rivaled only by the sales price.
Engel & Völkers Atlanta; interior by StudioB Interior Designs

It’s no secret that demand for quality high-rise condos in Atlanta’s most walkable neighborhoods remains quite strong.

But at 1010 Midtown, the ongoing seller’s marker has resulted in a record-breaking sale for the decade-old building.

Perched on the 28th floor, this 1,397-square-foot unit has closed for $605 per square foot, or a purchase price of $845,000.

That’s the highest price per square foot since 1010 Midtown opened in 2008.

“It’s nothing short of amazing to break a building record, particularly in the ever-competitive Atlanta real estate market,” said Ben Harris, the Engel & Völkers Atlanta listing agent for the property, in a press release.

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home certainly has its share of customized elements.

Wood paneling and a custom, five-seat kitchen island add warmth and functionality to the open floorplan.

For instance, a wood-paneled wall competes with the floor-to-ceiling windows for attention in the home’s open main living spaces. Also, an extended marble island expands the kitchen, providing seating to complement that found in the view-rich dining area.

In addition, the metal barn doors are an unexpected touch to this modern design. Another surprising addition is the custom furniture in the second bedroom that basically turns this condo into a single-family home.

Of course, those panoramic, largely protected views from every room are hard to beat, as are the building amenities like a rooftop swimming pool, exclusive resident lounge, and concierge service.

Could this be a new benchmark not only for other units at 1010 Midtown but other high-rise condos around the city?

The entry includes a bar.
The spacious kitchen.
Scenic dining alcove.
Barn doors aren’t limited to single-family homes.
The master bathroom.
The second bedroom sleeps four.
The second bathroom.