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First look: Hanover Buckhead Village tower is ready for pool-party season

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Glassy, angled, and posh, the 21-story project replaced a parking lot neighboring Buckhead Theatre

A photo of the new Hanover Buckhead Village tower.
Buckhead’s latest amenity deck makes a splash.
Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta

The most pronounced change to the Buckhead Village since the district’s from-scratch shopping mecca debuted is ready for its moment in the sun. Literally.

In the works for more than three years, Hanover Buckhead Village is offering 353 units of sleek rental newness within a 21-story building. It nows stands over Roswell Road in the heart of Buckhead, overlooking Charlie Loudermilk Park.

The sixth-floor amenities area, as a recent tour proved, seems especially conducive to Atlanta’s pool-party season, now in full swing.

A venture by Texas-based Hanover—the developer behind Hanover Paces Ferry and long-percolating Hanover West Peachtree—the Buckhead Triangle tower replaced a surface parking lot next to Buckhead Theatre.

The site’s former use as a parking lot, as construction launched in 2015.
Curbed Atlanta

With a slogan like “Taking Luxury to New Heights,” the building’s marketing materials tout 10-foot ceilings in apartments, around-the-clock concierge services, and walkability to “countless ... top-tier restaurants.”

The least expensive studios (670 square feet) begin at $1,702, while the largest two-bedroom penthouse units (1,416 square feet) require at least $4,389.

Have a look around the property:

Peachtree Street and the high-rises of commercial Buckhead are visible from the roof of Hanover Buckhead Village.
Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta
One of the many hideaway grill areas on the sixth floor of Hanover.
The sixth-floor patio, pool, and general hangout spot to catch rays this summer, grill food, or simply chill. It’s lush up here.
A covered barbecue area with views of Buckhead’s growing skyline.
Billiards is one way to relax, or compete, inside the clubroom on the sixth floor.
Feel like hosting a dinner? The clubroom has a semi-private dining room with a hidden kitchen for entertaining needs.
Merely part of the huge clubhouse space at Hanover.
A covered outdoor deck attached to the clubhouse.
Floor to ceiling windows (with pool party views) inside the fitness center.
Cardio and weight machines inside the fitness center.
A view from the kitchen of the one-bedroom apartment.
The actual bedroom inside the one-bedroom model.
The one-bedroom model apartment at Hanover Buckhead Village.
The two-bedroom model unit’s master.
A view of the common area inside the two-bedroom model unit.
One of two large conference rooms inside the business center.
The business center on the first floor.
The lobby inside the main entrance of Texas-based Hanover’s latest Atlanta project.
How the tower’s feet meet the street.