The Atlantic Residences at Atlantic Station in Midtown exterior facade combines modern architecture with art deco influences. Thankfully, there are glass railed terraces to enjoy the spectacular views. I have two things I really don’t get in Atlanta. First, why does anyone build a high rise without glass railing terraces? Also, why don’t the developers take the time to paint the underside of the terraces? I know it’s more cost effective, but it leaves the building looking unfinished when gazing up from the street.
Above is a shot looking up to the crown of the building, which looks terrific. It’s interesting, classic and modern and fits in with the structure of the building. Every other floor in the building has a half-wall/half-glass combo in one main room. It’s a furniture wall for residents who don’t really want the floor-to-ceiling glass window look. Part of the reason to purchase in the condo building is the view, but if you have a lot of furniture and need the space, a unit like that will suit your needs perfectly.
Below: The 17th Street entrance to the building.
Below: The side entrance to the building. The garage is to the right .