Former Atlanta Falcons star Julio Jones puts $2.65M Atlanta penthouse on the market

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Julio Jones and Matt Ryan have been Falcons teammates since 2011.

After a decade with the Falcons, he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in July

Julio Jones, a household name to the Atlanta Falcons, has put his $2.65 million Atlanta penthouse on the market — making the decade-long local player’s signing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hit home for fans of the iconic wide receiver once again. According to, who first reported the news, Jones’ posh two-story penthouse is the largest in the building at W Atlanta Residences, which the listing calls a “one-of-a-kind private haven in the sky.”

Overlooking Centennial Olympic Park and the wide receiver’s former stomping grounds, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the stunning abode features double-height walls of windows, three bedrooms, an open kitchen with bar seating, custom closets, luxury baths, dining space and a living space across the 4,154-square-foot luxury hotspot.

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The penthouse also features a wet bar, billiard room, media space, a floating staircase, designer wall covers, quartz counters, Nest thermostats, automatic shades, and a Sonos audio system. Residents of W Atlanta Residences also enjoy 24/7 security, a fitness center, pool, parking spots, extra storage and a spa.

Jones purchased the living space back in 2018 for a cool $2.3 million.

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Back in July, as reported by Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Jones signed a one-year contract to play for the Bucs. The wide receiver was initially traded to the Titans, ultimately being placed on injured reserve due to a hamstring strain suffered during a touchdown-earning reception in Week 18 against the Texans.

A seven-time Pro Bowl player, Jones entered his run with The Bucs with 61 career touchdowns and 13,330 receiving yards receiving yards to his name — making him one of the best pass catchers in NFL history.