W Atlanta Residences Lowers Prices Up To 30%

W Atlanta Downtown Hotel & Residences

W Atlanta Residences, Atlanta’s only W-branded condos, has reduced prices up to 30 percent on many of its 65 remaining units (out of 74 units total). Luxury condominium homes now range from the mid $200s, to more than $3 million. Remember homes previously were priced at about $379,000 for a one bedroom condo.

W Atlanta Downtown Hotel & Residences

When you own at Atlanta’s only W-branded residences, you automatically become a VIP at every W property within the portfolio – from New York City to Los Angeles and South Beach to Chicago.

Condo Features include:

  • Gaggenau appliances
  • Built-in wine refrigerators in every home
  • Dornbracht plumbing fixtures
  • Alno cabinetry

Life on the A-List includes: 

  • Whatever/Whenever 24 hour concierge service
  • Room Service
  • W VIP Card
  • Starwood Preferred Guest Gold Card
  • Preferred access to BLT Steak, Living Room, Drinkshop and WET
  • Preferred access to Bliss Spa and Bliss at-home services
  • Access to the Southeast’s only high-rise residential helipad

Homes feature floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies and the highest-quality European cabinetry and fixtures, such as Gaggenau appliances and Dornbracht plumbing fixtures. There are more than 15 floor plans to choose from, buyers can personalize every aspect of their new home from among a range of luxurious finishes.

I’m a huge fan of modern design and the W Atlanta Residences offers their resident’s contemporary, clean living at it’s best,  but also every imaginable service and amenity. 

There are plenty of units for sale in the building. Call or email me and we can see the models in person. 

Check out what’s for sale at the W below.

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4 Comments

  • Well, anything to move units in this economy. I sure hope Allen Plaza takes off in the next few years.

  • These are more realistic prices and in the long run, I think it will help Allen Plaza take off. They need to move the inventory and the prices will rise again at some point.

  • Has anyone heard anything about their sales numbers? Have they put any homes under contract at this reduced price? I hope so. I love the building and think the homes are incredible. Hopefully people can see the investment in this location. Once the market starts ticking back up, this area is going to pick back up and be really fun.