Atlanta's priciest penthouse—a two-level, unfinished unit above the Mandarin Oriental—offers a concierge, housekeeping service, personal drivers, a private elevator, and spectacular views.
This luxurious 7,000 square-foot home built in 2008 has all the charm of a historic Tudor cottage.
Privately owned Little Hawkins Island comes with a main residence, two guest cottages, and its very own club.
The Mandarin Oriental closed $20 million in sales last year, while the Ritz-Carlton sold 129 units in two and a half years. The St. Regis has chalked “historic” sales, and 1065 Midtown, the apartments above the Loews Atlanta Hotel, are selling almost as fast as they’re converted into condos.
Right now, SCAD Atlanta students and faculty are sleeping in the parking lot of the Atlanta campus’s main building. No, it’s not a dorm crisis or a protest, but an experiment in small living spaces.
The European-style home near Serenbe invites owners to embrace their natural surroundings.
While traveling in Europe, Glen Donaldson saw houses crafted from old shipping containers and was intrigued. But back home in Atlanta—where rail lines carry more than a million boxcars a year—he couldn’t find anything similar. So Donaldson located an affordable lot in an area where zoning permitted modern houses, secured an architect, and designed his dream home.
This Normandy-style estate combines grand architecture with resort-level amenities.
This European-style estate, designed by noted architect Norman Askins, was a labor of love by homeowners and veteran antique dealers Jim and Jacqueline Adams.