One of Atlanta’s poshest new tower proposals can provide instant relief, according to listing prices unveiled this week for penthouses that could fit two or three average Atlanta homes inside.
With 57 units, The Charles condo development is touted as the epitome of Buckhead living, an 18-story stack of highly curated options at the cusp of Buckhead Village.
Getting a foot in the door will cost roughly $1.3 million. But bagging a penthouse—and not even the largest, 5,000-square-foot ones—will set a buyer back $3.9 million, per new listings this week.
The prices put The Charles as expected, in the exclusive ballpark of condos at The Emerson tower father south on Peachtree, the remaining units above the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, and One Museum Place condos in Midtown.
Developer The Loudermilk Companies has indicated they’re pushing toward construction ASAP thanks to strong pre-sales. Condos will average 2,900 square feet, atop 30,000 square feet of retail fronting the pocket park across the street.
Noteworthy facets at The Charles—beyond the amenities and views—will include Lynx built-in outdoor grills, European kitchen cabinetry by Pedini, Gaggenau appliances, and Franke fixtures. And it sounds like most units will have NanaWall folding glass doors that bring the outside in.
Here’s a look at floor-plans for the $3.9 million penthouses, which offer three bedrooms and a hair over 4,000 square feet.
HOA fees are estimated to be in the average range of $2532 covering all the exceptional amenities.