The Atlanta skyline could soon look a little different

ATLANTA, Ga. — A new condo building in Midtown Atlanta is testing the limits of luxury and will be the tallest residential tower in town.

It’s being built at 14th and Peachtree streets.

The first tower of Opus Place will include more than 200 condos.


Kerman Haynes with Berkshire Hathaway told Channel 2's Linda Stouffer that they are offering a whole new level of living.

The project will have the ultimate in luxury service for residents, including an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool.

The real estate representative says the area will rival the finest resorts.

The homes will start between $700,000 and the $12 million penthouse is two levels with more than 5,000 square feet and will feature panoramic views from the 52nd floor.

“A bit of luxury that we have never seen before but puts us on the scale of London or New York or San Francisco or Miami or some of those world class cities that Atlanta is starting to compete with on many levels,” said Haynes.

More than 1,000 people have pre-registered for information about the future luxury homes.

(Renderings by ArX Solutions)

The 4.5 acre project is an investment of $700 million. Builders are planning sustainable construction, materials and water use, tracking for LEED Gold certification.

Architect Richard Meier, who designed the High Art Museum, is designing what the developers call  the cultural and commercial pavilion at Opus Place.

The New York developer building No2 Opus Place sees market demand for new luxury condos because many of the new high rises being built are rental apartments.

Construction starts full swing in October and the luxury home should be completed in 2020.

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