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Skyline-changing tower planned for Midtown has sold dozens of units

A high-end residential tower that’s still years away from completion in Midtown Atlanta has reportedly already sold dozens of units.

The planned 257 units for No2 Opus Place, slated for completion in 2020, range in price from the mid-$400,000s to penthouse homes at $12 million. Twenty-three floor plans note sizes starting at 625 square feet and climbing to 4,000 square feet.

The building is more than 20 percent sold, Kristi Lynch, director of developments with City Haus-Developer Services, said via a spokeswoman Thusday. She added that more than 20 contracts were signed during March.

Construction crews are currently leveling the site to 14th Street in preparation of “going vertical,” Lynch said.

Rendering of No2 Opus Place ((Provided by The Wilbert Group))

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The 53-story building at 98 14th St. will be Midtown’s tallest residential tower, according to the website. Nearby residential towers include 1280 West at 38 floors, Viewpoint at 36 stories and the forthcoming Icon Midtown at 36 stories, Midtown Alliance spokesman Brian Carr said. 

The current plans for Opus Place have evolved from ones filed by multinational developer Olympia Heights Management in 2014, which called for three skyscrapers on the site. Two years later, plans called for two towers, one of which would be a 74-story condo building.

OHM acquired the property from Woodruff Arts Center. The tower will stand across the street from the Four Seasons Hotel, which is also 53 stories. 


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The building is going up at 14th and Peachtree Streets. (www.accessatlanta.com)

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