Plans have been submitted to the City of Atlanta for Selig’s forthcoming 1105 West Peachtree mixed-use to go vertical.
Last week’s application was specifically field for the project’s 31 story office tower.
The building permit submission follows the launch of sales for 1105 West Peachtree’s condo component, 40 West 12th.
Engel & Völkers Atlanta is managing the condo sales which launched this week.
40 West 12th will offer 64 homes and amenities like the Sky Plaza (an elevated community park that is shared with the office tower and hotel and activated with events), interior/exterior fireplaces, an indoor/outdoor pool, and connectivity with Midtown’s Art Walk.
“In Midtown, we have seen an increased demand for larger and more flexible floorplans,” Christa Huffstickler, CEO and founder of Engel & Völkers Atlanta, said in the release.
“40 West 12th provides future residents with the walkability and connectivity of urban living coupled with privacy and exclusivity. This community represents the new American dream, and appeals to people who are looking to immerse themselves in Atlanta’s center for commerce, culture and art.”
Located at the corner of 12th and West Peachtree Streets in Midtown, 40 West 12th’s floorplan mix includes one-bedroom to four-bedroom homes, ranging from 950 square feet to 2,600 square feet and priced from the high $500s to $2.2 million.
The community will welcome its first residents in spring 2021.
Atlanta-based architecture and interior design firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio designed the residences.
Homes will feature panoramic views of the surrounding Midtown community, 12 to 15-foot ceiling heights with floor-to-ceiling windows, finish collections featuring Porcenlanosa tile, floors and cabinetry, kitchens with high-end appliances, master bathrooms with walk-in showers and freestanding tubs, and indoor/outdoor fireplaces.
The condo tower will rise as part of Selig’s 1105 West Peachtree project, which also includes a 675,000-square-foot office tower, a 178-key Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel, 20,000 square feet of street-level retail and a direct connection with Midtown’s Art Walk.
Selig has already started site work on the development.