Who said Atlanta’s pre-construction condo market was non-existent? It seems those days are long gone. For a building that isn’t even out of the ground yet, One Museum Place sounds like it will be the Midtown building to beat. While most developers are still building rental towers, trying to capitalize on our extremely strong leasing market, John Wieland’s vision is to build a boutique mid-rise building on a very intimate scale. That vision has resulted in 18 units going under contract at over $30,000,000 in pre-sales. Additional units are in high demand as the prices have already gone up. Yes, gone up already. This is why it’s important to get in early and stake your claim.
All units on the top floor have a private, 280 square foot rooftop terrace, which is included as part of the offered price. The potential for these spaces are unlimited. Many of the terraces can grow in size and a buyer can end up with 600-1,300 square feet of outdoor space. All terraces have an outdoor fireplace as well. Outdoor kitchens (with a grill and sink) are located in a lanai on the main living level. It is important to note a good majority of the units in the building have outdoor kitchens.
As far as the finish selections, I can tell you first hand there are plenty of styles and combinations to choose from. Those lucky buyers who were smart enough to secure one of the initial lot of units have been able to pick out everything inside their unit. They even were able to do some minor changes to the floor plans. Many of the buyers in the building are coming out of very large homes. It was quite appealing to live across from the High Museum of Art, but also having some say in your design and layout makes the transition easier. This way you don’t need to rip things out after you close.
Most units in the building have the elevator opening directly into your units foyer. All units come with a minimum 2-car garage (with a garage door) inside the secured parking garage. And some of those garages are oversized, so you can put some additional shelving or cabinets for storage.
The drone photos below (as noted) are taken from penthouse 5F (which my client has under contract). One shows the Ansley Park view and the other is their direct shot to the High Museum of Art. The interior rendering just happens to be from the F stack as well. I included the floor plan for the unit as well!
Drone shots were used to give buyers an idea of what they will see from their units. It is a pretty smart idea because it’s so hard for potential purchasers to imagine how good these views will be – especially from the penthouse units.
One Museum Place is a collection of just 42 homes. The first phase of 14 are under contract and a second limited release of 8 more is currently under way. Prices range from $606,000 and climb to $3,630,000. There are great floor plans to choose from at this early stage.
Please contact me for a private appointment to view the floor plans and pricing. 404-822-4156
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