Sovereign is nearing completion (right along with Terminus) and is roughly 35% sold. With prices starting at $1,000,000, that’s great news for Regent Partners. According to what I have found out, many of the larger units seem to be going first, with buyers trying to get as much square footage as they can. The two available penthouses are also getting a good amount of attention. I suspect some savvy buyer will grab the penthouse with it’s own pool in the near future.
The interior finishing work should be completed within a few weeks. Most of the floors have completed units ready for delivery (remember condos start on floor 28). The hardwood floors are installed, kitchens are ready for chefs and the terraces are ready for grand scale entertaining. In the public spaces, most of the work has been completed. The 42nd floor ”G” unit terrace pictured above (which happens to be around 478 square feet – huge for a condo) features an outdoor gas fireplace and glass panel insets along the railing for endless views.
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Living so high up does have its advantages, but it will cost you some serious dollars. Is it worth it? Absolutely. Even though every single unit in Sovereign has “penthouse” views, there are really only two true penthouse units available. This kind of space in a condo is unheard of in Atlanta. It’s a first of it’s kind and hopefully not the last. Sure the St. Regis Residences and The Mansion have large condos available, but I guarantee they won’t be as hip and certainly won’t have a private pool. Substantial in every way, bragging rights included.
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I personally would love to be getting some sun and sipping on a cold drink high above the city – 28 floors to be exact. Sovereign’s pool deck is quite amazing and is the first of it’s kind. There is no other pool quite as high in a condominium building, so you will have bragging rights for sure. When completed, you will have a skyline view, infinity edge, zero entry pool, hot tub with fireplace, and tons of landscaping.
To complete my update, I took a hardhat tour of the inside of the building yesterday. The sales team informed me they are about 30% sold, which is great for their price point. I was thoroughly impressed with the progress. Everything that you see in these photos is standard. Amazing. They thought of everything, from a sophisticated wiring system for home automation to installing drapery pockets throughout every room (including the bathroom) with electrical ready to mobilize your drapes. The quality is supreme.
Below: Hanging off the side of a 50 story building.
This is an example of a finished standard unit. The Barbara Westbrook model will be completed within a month.
Below: The great room.
While I was out and about today in Buckhead, I stopped by Sovereign to see what progress has been made since my last visit. It wasn’t a particularly sunny day today, but I did manage to capture some really great shots of the building. Tomorrow I’m going to try and go up into the tower to find out the progress inside.
The building is quite stunning, with it’s reflective surface showing the surrounding buildings and sky. By far, the most interesting building we have in Atlanta.
Below: Sovereign’s Peachtree Road entrance to the retail/restaurants and office – the condos have a totally separate entrance.
Below: Valet Entrance on Tower Place Drive
Below: Location of the latest Buckhead Life Restaurant – looks like it’s going to be two stories.
Below: Sovereign’s interior office lobby
Below: Sovereign in all it’s glory.
Life couldn’t be any better 28 floors above Buckhead at Sovereign, high above everything happening below. It’s really hard to tell what the end product is going to look at, but from what I have seen thus far, you won’t be disappointed. It’s top quality luxury all the way. The heavy interior solid core doors are what you would expect to find in most Buckhead mansions. Everything they are doing, right down to the moldings and solid exterior sliding glass doors is substantial. This isn’t something I say lightly. When I am going to pay upwards of one million dollars for a penthouse style condo, it had better have all the bells and whistles. I’m going to the sales center next week and find out what kind of progress they have made.
Meanwhile, compare the renderings of the kitchen and bathroom to the model. I think you will be pleased. (The renderings are first, then the actual model.)