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For $1.7M, this Midtown high-rise condo brings spellbinding views, bunkbeds

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Life atop the Loews Atlanta Hotel is luxe, but it doesn’t come cheap

A high-rise condo’s sitting area shown with large windows and a white sofa and chairs.
A sitting area with vantages that frame several Atlanta landmarks.
Dorsey Alston Realtors

It’s been about four years since apartments atop one of Midtown’s more upscale lodges started converting to the Loews Hotel Residences, and it didn’t take long for condos there to start notching sales records.

This roomy corner unit on the 35th floor is aiming to continue that momentum, promising the feeling of living “on top of Atlanta!” by way of south-facing views that frame city landmarks and so many sparkling lights at night.

This week, Dorsey Alston Realtors listed unit 3502 for $1.67 million. It offers three bedrooms (one with tasteful built-in bunkbeds), three bathrooms, and what the listing says are 12-foot ceilings in just shy of 2,300 square feet.

It joins about 15 built condos priced north of $1 million right now in Midtown (and up to $4.2M), almost all of them dotted along the Peachtree corridor.

A balcony with orange seating and plants.
Views from the balcony west, toward Georgia Tech.

Fans of floor-to-ceiling windows would be in luck; ditto for Thermador and Sub-Zero appliance enthusiasts. Another perk is the master suite, which is worthy of a top-flight modern hotel.

HOA fees on top of the mortgage ring in at $1,660 monthly, a considerable cost that affords owners use of hotel amenities such as a spa, a private lounge, and heated rooftop pool.

Elsewhere in the same building, condos available at the moment range from a $700,000 one-bedroom to an upper-floor sprawler asking nearly $1.9 million.

If the aesthetic rings a bell, it could be that the condo shares a common owner with a distinctive, Keith Summerour-designed Brookwood Hills home recently featured on these pages.

A photo of white couches and a kitchen.
An alternate living space links to the kitchen.
A photo of a kitchen with stainless pendants and range hood.
Kitchen views to The Benz.
A couch with an area rug and TV on the wall.
The living room, with horizontal wall treatments and views to the 1010 Midtown building, another component of the same massive development.
A photo of a bed and a lot of windows.
A poster bed—and views to Buckhead—in the master bedroom.
A shiny high-rise bathroom with a large window and shower.
In the master bathroom, find a Victoria+Albert tub, frameless shower, and sizable, customized closet. And one very big window.
Photo of a gray couch and bunkbeds, with a tv at left.
Built-in bunkbeds with couch seating beneath.
A toilet and lama painting beside a large shower.
Secondary bathroom continues wall treatments found in the entryway.
A photo of a pool, chairs, and high rise glass.
A drone’s perspective of building amenities. The address counts a 94 “Walker’s Paradise” WalkScore.
A photo of sparkling Atlanta buildings at night.
The balcony’s south-facing nighttime vista.