Engel & Völkers Atlanta Joins One Museum Place Team
Staff Report From Metro Atlanta CEO
Friday, October 11th, 2019
Engel & Völkers Atlanta announced that the luxury brokerage firm will represent One Museum Place to oversee the sales and marketing for the final set of premier condominium homes. Boasting an enviable Midtown Atlanta address, the condos sit directly across from the High Museum and delivers residents remarkable views of the surrounding streetscape. Engel & Völkers Atlanta’s top-producing sales advisor, Ashley Battleson, will serve as the on-site advisor for the residences.
“An unbeatable location coupled with a distinctive blend of architectural and award-winning, artistic design lends One Museum Place a sophisticated appeal that is the realization of what luxury buyers desire in the residential marketplace,” said Christa Huffstickler, founder and CEO of Engel & Völkers Atlanta. “This environment has been carefully curated to focus on art and lifestyle creating a palpable sense of exclusivity at One Museum Place, which offers a special “corner of the universe” effect that is difficult to replicate elsewhere in the market. These homes offer custom designed retreats with technology features never before seen in Atlanta. We expect to see heightened interest as we enter a new buying season, particularly as walkable environments and choice features top the list of buyer must-haves.”
Designed by Mack Scogan and Merrill Elam Architects, One Museum Place is a collection of avant-garde residences that deliver high-design and contemporary features. The remaining private residences at the community are the premier offerings, strategically withheld until final release. These residences are uncharacteristically spacious, functioning more like single-family homes and offering ample room for hosting a dinner party or lounging with friends. The homes offer direct elevator access, expansive lanai balconies that extend the living space outdoors with the best views of the community, and individual garages. Upon arrival at the property, homeowners enjoy instant access to their designated parking garage and elevator access using Bluetooth technology for hands free ingress, egress and mobility to their home above. In 2018, One Museum Place won a Merit for Design Achievement award from AIA Georgia and was recently honored as a 2019 Builder’s Choice & Custom Home Design Awards winner.
“Inspired by the renowned architectural prowess of neighboring structure, The High Museum of Art’s designers, Renzo Piano and Richard Meier, One Museum Place is a reflection of the abstract, yet refined character their works represent,” said John Wieland, project developer. “We set out to offer homeowners a one-of-a-kind living experience within one of the most culturally diverse communities in Atlanta, and we were able to accomplish our original vision for the project. It is with excitement that we partner with Engel & Völkers Atlanta to showcase the unique advantages associated with life at One Museum Place.”
In addition to a host of amenities, which include around-the-clock concierge service, an owner’s lounge with catering kitchen, gallery and meeting spaces, beverage storage, fitness studio, massage room, dog park and a reservable guest suite for visitors, owners have privileged access to the sights and scenes of Midtown. The community is in close proximity to hundreds of retail and dining establishments, including the prominent Colony Square redevelopment, and Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens are a short walk away. One Museum Place is also closely associated with Atlanta’s arts and culture faction with a routine rotation of high-end installations seen throughout the property’s main areas and an iconic sculpture by Noguchi from a former High Museum exhibition that marks the entrance of the property.