One Museum Place

1301 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
Price Range: $900,000 - $3,700,000
Sq Ft Range: 1,700 - 5,200 sq ft
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Stories: 5
Year Built: 2018
Number of Units: 45
About The Building: One Museum Place is a refined collection of 45 residences with Atlanta’s premiere location, directly across from the High Museum of Art. Instead of constructing a glass tower, I reserved the property to build the kind of home where I would want to live. One Museum Place is destined to complement the masterworks of Renzo Piano and Richard Meier with an impeccable design for livability and luxury by the best and brightest team I could assemble. Life at One Museum Place will be unprecedented, and its enduring legacy will be an experience that only a select few Atlantans will ever know. John Wieland
Quote: I aim to provide creative, tailored service, redefined.
Floors Beds/Baths SQFT [SQ MT] Download Floor Plan
5 2/2.5 2,565 238 Home Plan | F

Amenities for Every Lifestyle

Small is in these days, or shall we say boutique instead? Long gone is the original 23-story tower with 96 units starting at $2 million. In its place is a smaller 5-story building with a mere 43 units, starting at $860,000 and climbing to $3.7 million.

The condos will be located in two buildings, organized around an internal courtyard. Communal spaces for the fitness center and owner’s lounge will be located on the ground floor with direct pedestrian access to Peachtree Street. The building method is stick-frame construction above a level of parking which is below grade along the Peachtree frontage.

Every unit will have a private elevator with direct access to the garage below, as well as private garages.

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I have some great photos of the architectural model for the project going in across from the High Museum – One Museum Place! This will really give you a sense of what the project will look like when completed. There will obviously be some minor tweaks along the way, but it will end up looking very close to what you see in these photos. When I saw tweaks, I mean things like some of the landscaping might call for different trees and I know they will be gating the front entry as well.

Who said Atlanta’s pre-construction condo market was non-existent? It seems those days are long gone. For a building that isn’t even out of the ground yet, One Museum Place sounds like it will be the Midtown building to beat. While most developers are still building rental towers, trying to capitalize on our extremely strong leasing market, John Wieland’s vision is to build a boutique mid-rise building on a very intimate scale. That vision has resulted in 18 units going under contract at over $30,000,000 in pre-sales. Additional units are in high demand as the prices have already gone up. Yes, gone up already. This is why it’s important to get in early and stake your claim.

I recently viewed the new model home (unit 2A) at One Museum Place, located directly across the High Museum of Art in Midtown, Atlanta. The project came together quite nicely, both inside and out and I am excited to show it to you! It doesn’t get much better for Intown living! The model home has direct facing, dramatic views of the museum. The development is adjacent to Ansley Park and you can literally walk to everything.