New luxury condominium homes are coming to Midtown, an area that’s seen major commercial and residential changes in recent years.
Harper on Piedmont, located on 625 Piedmont Avenue, will consist of 111 newly designed studios and one- to three-bedroom homes with upscale amenities. The homes will sit on the site of the former Ivy Hall Apartments.
Atlanta-based real estate firm TriBridge Residential purchased the apartments for $36 million last year with the intentions of converting them to condominiums. The company is behind popular residential homes such as 1065 Midtown on 1065 Peachtree Street and M Street apartments on 950 Marietta Street.
Renovations on the homes, already on sale for $200,000 to $600,000, are expected to be complete by late fall.
Harper on Piedmont will include a wellness cub with Peloton Bikes, a media room, a pet club with a fenced park.
The condos are the latest addition in Midtown’s recent real estate transformation. Luxury apartments J5, located at the corner of Juniper and 5th streets, broke ground last year and are expected to be completed in the fall.
A Whole Foods, the largest in the Southeast, opens next month in Midtown.
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