Newly finished apartment “Provides a rich and calming oasis in the heart of Atlanta”

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Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Price: $2.63 million

from Atlanta Midtown is a rapidly changing area that is seeing new buildings expand and the standard for luxury condos rising as well.

40 West 12th is a new 20-story condo development, with “five-star resort-style” recreational amenities, including an all-weather pool with city views and access to a 1-acre Sky Terrace . It’s part of the same development as the city’s culinary-focused epicurean hotel, which has three restaurants and offers concierge services to 40 West 12th residents.

The one-acre Sky Terrace is a sprawling, private downtown park with clever landscaping.

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This 19th floor apartment has been recently completed, with stunning city views from its living areas and a large corner balcony. It has a simple, elegant feel and plenty of natural light through oversized glass walls. The white marble wall of her living room has a double-sided built-in fireplace, which also heats the corner balcony.

The residence stands out for its unique design meant to bring the outdoors in, sales agent Christa Huffstickler said.

“No feature exemplifies this better than the double-sided fireplace that anchors the living room,” she said. “Globally, [the apartment] provides a soothing, rich oasis in the heart of Atlanta and an elevated experience that cannot be found elsewhere.”

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This 2,537 square foot apartment features four bedrooms, including a master suite with two walk-in closets, an en-suite bathroom, and a private balcony.

The main living space is open plan and houses a kitchen, dining and living room, and opens onto a wraparound south-facing balcony. It also has a laundry room, media room and home office.

This bedroom was designed as a smart workspace, ideal for remote working.

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Design notes

40 West 12th is a 20-story tower with 64 residences, designed by Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio LLC for Atlanta-based real estate firm Selig Developments and the Rockefeller Group of New York.

The block has clean lines and glass panels and is part of the 1105 West Peachtree mega development – a trio of towers that includes a trophy office where Google has leased 19 floors.

A bedroom transformed into a media room with dark walls providing a warm and dramatic atmosphere.

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The residence features an oversized master bedroom, with a private balcony, and features tile and cabinetry from Spanish tile manufacturer Porcelanosa and 7-inch hardwood flooring.

Her kitchen is outfitted with high-end Sub-Zero & Wolf brand appliances, including a five-burner gas cooktop and wine fridge, a 340-square-foot corner balcony, and three parking spaces. .

Residents have access to a private state-of-the-art fitness center with a yoga studio and an all-weather residents-only pool with retractable glass walls that lift to reveal panoramic city views.

There’s also the Sky Plaza, a central green space with lush gardens, lounges, barbecue grills, and a pool operated by Epicurean Atlanta. It is only open to residents, hotel guests, and Google office staff.

The Epicurean Hotel offers a la carte services to residents, including 24-hour full concierge service, package delivery, grocery and delivery, in-home dining service and personal in-home chef, a room service and housekeeping services.

Residents can also use the services of the Epicurean Hotel, including its amenities, Reverence Restaurant, Airline Kitchen and Bar.

Neighborhood ratings

The development sits on the street that gives it its name in the heart of Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood. The rapidly changing neighborhood includes a five-star hotel near the Four Seasons, a Whole Foods store, and Rumi’s Kitchen in Colony Square, a Persian restaurant.

Agent: Christa Huffstickler, Founder and CEO of Engel & Völkers Atlanta

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