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Deftly modern downtown condo with views for miles reduced to $745K

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The customized, north-facing unit at W Residences includes $1,152 monthly HOA fees—and perks that come with

A large condo with huge windows looking out onto the city of Atlanta.
Where checking traffic while binging Netflix is possible.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties; photography by Artem Nazarov, Imoto Photo

After Atlanta’s condo market went Chernobyl a decade ago, a selection of top-flight condos at The Residences at W Atlanta-Downtown were offered for as little as $199,000, or $299,000 for legit two-bedroom flats. (Time machine, please).

But by all indications, this wasn’t one of them.

It’s a high-floor end-unit (No. 2202) that covers the full north face of the building. That translates to 180-degree views from the kitchen to a large, covered terrace and around to the master bedroom.

Listed this week at $745,000 by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties, the two-bedroom is billed as a rare opportunity to live among such luxury. Amenities include a valet, concierge services, notable onsite eats, a spa, dry-cleaners, room service, and even that helipad on the roof.

Inside, the home blends customizations with original components that still look slick, including Gaggenau commercial appliances, Dornbracht fixtures, Alno kitchen cabinetry, power window shades, built-in sound, and modish light fixtures.

Yet it hasn’t exactly flown off the market.

A large cabinet structure at left and view though windows beyond.
Built-ins upon entry.

Records indicate the condo has been listed for as much as $795,000 in early 2019. Maybe the monthly $1,152 HOA commitment is a tough pill to swallow, though it does entail the aforementioned perks. Well, probably not room service.

This glassy downtown tower, finished in 2008, has been a preferred home of Atlanta athletes over the years. The building’s address chalks an 81 “Very Walkable” WalkScore.

Property records put this home’s square footage at 1,823 and show that it last traded for $659,000 in 2014.

a large living room in a condo with a big couch and views.
The living room, with recessed speakers and space for a sectional.
A large dining table with brown chairs and city views.
Curtains lend the dining area a cozier urban vibe.
A kitchen with brown cabinets and stools.
A top-flight kitchen the building is known for.
A white condo with a white breakfast table.
A secondary, less formal eating area beside the kitchen, with no shortage of views.
A master bedroom with gray walls and glass.
Master bedroom.
A glass-filled bathroom with city views beyond.
A sleek standalone tub and fogged glass.
A modern bathroom with a white bed at left.
Glass divides the sleeping quarters and washroom. Custom closets are by Elfa.
A beige bathroom with towels and cabinetry at right.
A secondary full bath. The condo counts two and a half bathrooms overall.
A balcony with orange chairs and a city in the background.
Balcony views toward Midtown.
A floorplan for a downtown condo.
The 1,823-square-foot layout, which appears to have been modified.