855 Peachtree St #3603
Atlanta, GA 30308
- For Rent
Condo, 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1121 sf, 1,132 sf Lot
Enjoy sweeping ATL skyline views from this prime, South-facing, TOP FLOOR condo at Viewpoint in Midtown! A condo unlike ALL others w/12' ceilings (unique to the 36th flr), lrg BR's, 2 balconies, upgr'd master shower, wireless soundbar+subwoofer in master & liv rm, upgrd'd auto-blinds & track lighting, ambience w/dimming features & views of The Fox, GA Dome, PCM, Krog,+more, hardwds thru-out w/tile BA's, 2 parking spots on lowest res. parking level(4). Amen Incl: 11/12th flr pool, fitness, club rm, kitchen, areas for grilling, billiards, theater rm & 24hr concierge!
Listing courtesy of:
Ansley Atlanta Real Estate
Rooms: Kitchen, Dining Room; Floor Coverings: Hardwood
Parking Type: Garage, Covered, Assigned; Heating System: Fireplace; Heating Fuel: Electric; Features: Wired, Fireplace, Elevator; Roof Types: Tar and Gravel; Cooling System: Central A/C; Appliances: Washer, Refrigerator, Range - Electric, Microwave, Garbage Disposal, Dryer, Dishwasher
Midtown comprises the second biggest business district in Atlanta, and is nestled between the large commercial and financial areas of Downtown and Buckhead.
The neighborhood is marked by its many cultural attractions, prominent schools and pristine architecture, all in an urban layout. Midtown is the epicenter for art in Atlanta, and visitors have plenty of famous venues to choose from.
Catch a play at the historic Fox Theater or the 14th Street Playhouse, or revel in fine art at one of the many galleries and museums. Preeminent locations to visit include the High Museum of Art, The Woodruff Art Center and the Museum of Design Atlanta, as well as the Center for Puppetry Arts.
Midtown also features a number of well-known institutions for higher education, like the Georgia Institute of Technology, John Marshall Law School, and the Atlanta division of the Savannah College or Art and Design.
As far as architecture is concerned, Midtown is home to an abundance of skyscrapers and some of the most epic buildings in Atlanta; including the Bank of America Plaza, the AT&T Midtown Center and the One Coca-Cola Plaza.
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