The best view of Atlanta can be found from the upper floors of Viewpoint, one of Midtown’s top buildings. Don’t agree? I submit to you Exhibits A and B, pictures from my new two bedroom listing at Viewpoint, located on the 27th floor:
Almost impossible to find a view in Midtown these days that’s not encumbered by a construction crane or another building, so I was pretty blown away when I first saw my client’s northern facing view. It’s the kind of place that literally doesn’t need artwork- the city skyline is the piece de resistance here.
A few more reasons why this condo rules:
- Two Deeded Parking Spots- Why force your guests to street park, or pay for shelter in your garage? Two parking spots in an Atlanta condominium building is akin to showing up to Willy Wonka’s with a Golden Ticket.
- Superior Building Amenities- I remember the first time I slinked into one of the over sized theater chairs in the movie theater at Viewpoint. I felt a serious pang of jealousy course through my veins. Between the resort style pool, massive fitness center, theater, conference room and outdoor entertaining area, residents at Viewpoint enjoy hotel living, year around (minus the questionable “”hotel blanket””, of course).
- Bonus Room- This unit is listed as a two bedroom, but the second room is really best suited as an office or den. The bonus room is really stellar space, perfect for anyone who feels just a little cramped in a one bedroom condominium.
- The Heart of Midtown- Whether you’re looking forward to life down the street from Piedmont Park or just a few blocks from jumping onto The Connector, its hard to beat Viewpoint’s location at the corner of Peachtree and Sixth.
- Downstairs, The Art of Touch– The best massage studio in Atlanta is located on the second floor of Viewpoint. This is the place, folks. Fantastic massages, reasonable prices… and if you purchase my new listing, a most convenient amenity.
Come see for yourself: 855 Peachtree St. #2708. Contact me directly to schedule your showing, or, just have your people call my people.