Midtown Manhattan has arrived in Midtown Atlanta with 40 West 12th, the first New York-style luxury condominium to debut in the city. Co-developed by Selig Development, a division of Selig Enterprises, one of Atlanta’s oldest and largest privately held real estate companies, and Rockefeller Group, New York-based firm founded to develop Rockefeller Center, the luxury residential condominium tower entices with upscale finishes, enviable indoor and outdoor amenities, panoramic views of the city and incredible architecture by Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio (RJTR).
40 West 12th features 64 luxury units that boast generous floor plans and expansive private outdoor balconies. It is part of 1105 West Peachtree, a $530 million tri-tower, mixed-use development in the heart of Midtown Atlanta that includes three single-use buildings – a Class A trophy office tower, 40 West 12th and Epicurean Atlanta, a boutique food-focused hotel.
The first model residence was designed by Michael Morris of M. Crisler Designs to join traditional, Southern sensibilities with today’s most sophisticated trends. With an interior consisting of warm, organic materials, the home evokes a merged sense of minimalism and glamour. The floor plan features a dual-facing fireplace that unites the sitting and entertaining areas, offering both an open-concept space and a separate, enclosed sitting room that would traditionally be used to receive guests (unlike other sitting rooms that are stuffy and somber, this space embraces bright lighting and a cozy feel with views of the Atlanta skyline!).
Additionally, the space incorporates lofty ceiling heights that are highlighted by gleaming floor-to-ceiling windows, statement light fixtures, including a Sputnik chandelier, and a high-contrast color palette that adds a sense of drama.
Located on the ninth floor of the tower, the amenity level features a resident-only spa-comparable, all-season pool, clubroom, private grotto and fitness center. Residents will also have access to other Sky Plaza amenities on the ninth floor including the hotel pool and hotel food and beverage program. The tower also features a club room that includes a full kitchen and bar area complete with operable window walls directly connecting the space to a private grotto/outdoor terrace with fire features and greenery.
Prices range from $800,000 to $2.2 million.