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When you’re driving through Atlanta, do you ever see a gorgeous condo building and imagine yourself as a resident? Do you wonder how you would spend your days and nights if you lived in one of these coveted intown properties? Well, wonder no more. We checked it out for you and can give you a sneak peek at what a typical day in the life of an Atlanta condo resident is really like.
No surprise: it’s pretty fabulous.
Here, we look at just a sampling of the metro Atlanta condo market and put you in the shoes of those who have purchased homes in one of these fantastic condo communities. You’ll discover where they eat, work, exercise, entertain, have fun and everything in between. So get ready to experience life as an Atlanta condo resident.
40 West 12th
A complex of 64 condo homes selling from the $800s to $2 million, 40 West 12th offers a perfect blend of refined elegance and upscale living. If you live in this spectacular building, here’s where you will….
Grab a cup of coffee in the morning: Cafe Intermezzo, located down the street from 40 West 12th, is the perfect spot to indulge in a warm cup of Joe. Don’t forget the sweet pastry!
Have breakfast with a friend: Atlanta staple J. Christopher’s is a must-visit for Midtown dwellers looking for an upscale breakfast or brunch experience. The eggs benedict is never a bad choice.
Exercise: With a professional yoga studio, state-of-the-art Health and Wellness club and an all-season resort-style pool, 40 West 12th is well-equipped to help residents stay active.
Work: 40 West 12th is in close proximity to thousands of employers working in bustling Midtown. As part of 1105 West Peachtree, a three-tower mixed-use development rising on a 3.5-acre site, the property’s residents ultimately will share a city block with the likes of Google and law firm Smith, Gambrell & Russell, which together will occupy more than 10 floors of the office tower.
Have lunch with a colleague: There are plenty of quick bites in the area, but South City Kitchen is a leader among them. If you’re craving timeless Southern favorites with a flavorful twist, this is the place to go in Midtown.
Enjoy Atlanta’s beautiful weather: Atlanta’s Piedmont Park is a true backyard oasis for 40 West 12th residents. Walk or bike to this popular outdoor destination to enjoy ample green space, expansive skyline views and access to the Eastside BeltLine Trail.
Kick back for some R&R: The resident experience at 40 West 12th is similar to that of a five-star resort. Head to the ninth floor amenity level to sink into the spa-comparable pool, sit back and relax in the clubroom or sip a glass of wine at the outdoor bar.
Entertain a group of friends: There’s no better place to entertain than the comfort of your own home. For 40 West 12th residents, spacious kitchens encased in marble finishes and high-design living areas that lead to outdoor terraces overlooking Atlanta’s glittering skyline set the scene for intimate gatherings.
Have dinner with friends: Rising alongside 40 West 12th as one-third of 1105 West Peachtree, the 178-key Epicurean Atlanta boutique hotel will be a food and wine destination. The hotel’s Epicurean Theatre, a 60-seat culinary auditorium, will offer demos from highly regarded chefs in addition to cooking classes.
Network or meet new people: The ninth floor amenity deck at 40 West 12th will be shared with both the office and hotel towers, making it certain you’ll come across an interesting person or two to exchange business information or develop a new friendship.
Find great entertainment or cultural offerings: Midtown Atlanta is known as the heartbeat of the city’s arts and culture. As home to the High Museum of Art, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Fox Theatre and Museum of Design, the neighborhood has no shortage of offerings.
Get involved in the local community: Volunteering at Piedmont Park is a great way to show enthusiasm for your community. Whether you’re assisting with administrative work or lending a hand at the Green Market, there are plenty of ways to make a difference in one of Atlanta’s largest outdoor havens
A 46-story property and the tallest residential building in Atlanta, The Atlantic offers 400 luxurious two-bedroom condos starting at $500,000 and three-bedroom units from $700,000 to more than $1.4 million. If you purchase one, here’s where you will….
Grab a cup of coffee in the morning: For great coffee and an even better atmosphere, check out local favorite Brash in nearby Westside Provisions.
Have breakfast with a friend: West Egg Cafe knows good breakfast. Satisfy your early morning cravings with their expansive menu, which includes popular dishes like Shrimp & Grits and the Fried Chicken Biscuit.
Exercise: At The Atlantic, residents have exclusive access to a state-of-the-art Fitness Club, Yoga Studio and Fitness on Demand to sweat it out.
Work: Located across the way from The Atlantic, the all-timber office building T3 West Midtown is set to welcome employees from notable tech companies like Facebook; down the street, Microsoft will make its home at Atlantic Yards.
Have lunch with a colleague: There are plenty of places to dine in Atlantic Station. If you enjoy Indian food, try NaanStop, a fast casual restaurant serving up quick bites. Trying to stay healthy? Pop into Salata for a fresh salad.
Enjoy Atlanta’s beautiful weather: West Midtown is known for being a highly connected, walkable area. On a nice day, explore the area on foot to discover a new part of the neighborhood, such as Millennium Gate Museum, a monument designed in the style of the Arch of Titus to commemorate peaceful accomplishment.
Kick back for some R&R: Head to the Media Room or Private Lounge at The Atlantic for some one-on-one time with yourself in a well-appointed environment tailored for rest and relaxation.
Entertain a group of friends: Enjoy a round of billiards or poker with friends in the building’s Game Room, or gather the crew to watch Atlanta United rock the field on a high-quality HD television.Have dinner with friends: Live music, stunning views of the city and a delicious array of Southern eats can all be had at JCT. Kitchen and Bar, an esteemed restaurant in West Midtown from famed Chef Ford Fry.
Network or meet new people: There’s never a dull moment at the newly revamped Atlantic Green in Atlantic Station, where people often come together for a moment of rest after exploring the shops and dining at restaurants. It’s also a great place to meet a new group of friendly folks.
Find great entertainment or cultural offerings: Catch a movie at Regal Cinemas in Atlantic Station or make the short trip to the High Museum of Art to immerse yourself in the world of visual culture.
Get involved in the local community: Hands On Atlanta is a great resource to discover new ways to support the West Midtown community, whether it’s planting trees, mentoring underserved youth or volunteering to pack meals for the homeless.
Located in the heart of the mixed-use Buckhead Village, The Charles features 57 luxurious full-service condos ranging in price from $1.9 million to $3 million. If you’re a resident, here’s where you will….
Grab a cup of coffee in the morning: Buckhead’s Dancing Goats Coffee Bar is a great place to kickstart the morning with a handcrafted espresso drink and a delicious locally made pastry.
Have breakfast with a friend: The best ham and maple sandwich in the area and be found at the Cornerstone Bakery, a popular breakfast spot.
Exercise: Cantilevered over Peachtree Street, the Fitness Center at The Charles provides the ideal environment to meet your fitness goals, whether you choose to hop on a Peloton, utilize the state-of-the-art rower and free weights or enjoy a peaceful yoga session on the amenity deck.
Work: If you have started your own company, rent space at No18 on Bolling Way or work in the booming financial district in Buckhead. The possibilities are endless.
Have lunch with a colleague: Take advantage of the new expansive outdoor seating at Le Bilboquet in Buckhead Village District and enjoy some of the city’s best French cuisine.
Enjoy Atlanta’s beautiful weather: Enjoy your own expansive terrace complete with an outdoor grill, fireplace and NanaWall folding door system to seamlessly connect your indoor and outdoor living.
Kick back for some R&R: The Charles’ stunning amenity deck features an infinity pool and multiple seating areas with fireplaces, all complemented by amazing views of Downtown and Buckhead.
Entertain a group of friends: Host your friends in The Charles Clubroom, where you can welcome a large group to watch the game on flat-screen TVs or bring together friends in the lounge area, which offers a more intimate setting with access to the outdoor amenity deck.Have dinner with friends: Walk over to Garden Room at the St. Regis and enjoy a stylish and relaxed ambiance that is unmatched in the city.
Network or meet new people: Resident events at The Charles Clubroom give you the chance to socialize with your successful and interesting neighbors. You also can stop by Whitehouse on a weekday morning for networking opportunities.
Find great entertainment or cultural offerings: The Buckhead Theatre and the Atlanta History Center are two of the area’s most beloved cultural spots.
Get involved with the local community: If you’re someone who enjoys giving of your time for the good of the community, then volunteer with Livable Buckhead and get involved with the development of the PATH400 Greenway Trail, a multi-use trail under construction along Georgia 400.