Pricey luxury condos are coming to Midtown.
Photo: The Wilbert Group
Photo: The Wilbert Group

Residents can buy a new luxury Midtown condo for at least $500K

Residents looking to live in Midtown may want to start saving now. 

New luxury condominiums, called 40 West 12th, recently went on sale with prices ranging between $500,000 and $2.2 million, according to a release on the project. 

The 64-resident condos are a part of Atlanta real estate firm Selig Enterprises’ mixed-use project, 1105 West Peachtree Street. The project includes a 31-story office tower and a luxury Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel. 

The condo floor plans are a mix of one- to four-bedroom homes ranging from 950 to 2,600 square feet. The homes will include floor-to-ceiling windows, indoor and outdoor fireplaces and panoramic views of the Midtown area. 


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“In Midtown, we have seen an increased demand for larger and more flexible floor plans,” Christa Huffstickler said in a statement about the development. Huffstickler is the CEO and founder of Engel and Völkers Atlanta, the real estate company managing sales for the property. 

Residents will have access to an indoor pool, a fitness facility bar, gated parking and will have  access to the Sky Plaza, an area between the office town and hotel described as a community park. 

“40 West 12th provides future residents with the walkability and connectivity of urban living coupled with privacy and exclusivity,” Huffstickler said. “This community represents the new American dream, and appeals to people who are looking to immerse themselves in Atlanta’s center for commerce, culture and art.”

The condos are expected to open by Spring 2021. Until then here are some renderings of the swanky pads: 

A rendering of the indoor pool at 40 West 12th.
Photo: The Wilbert Group
New luxury condominiums, called 40 West 12th, recently went on sale with prices ranging between $500,000 and $2.2 million, according to a release on the project.
Photo: The Wilbert Group
A rendering of the kitchen and living areas in 40 West 12th.
Photo: The Wilbert Group

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