[Renderings] Midtown’s No2 Opus Place Condos Tower Announces 23 Floorplans

Construction is underway on the 53-story tower.

Construction has commenced on No2 Opus Place, a forthcoming luxury condo project in Midtown, and Monday the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices team, City Haus, unveiled plans for the 53-story building’s 23-floorplan options.

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When No2 Opus Place officially opens its doors in spring 2020, the tower will be comprised of 257 total luxury condos, priced from the mid-$400s and going up to “ultra-luxe” penthouse homes at $12 million.

The floorplan mix includes pied-a-terre, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom homes ranging from around 625 square feet to 4,000 square feet on the building’s upper floors.

Recently, additional homes on the smaller end of the spectrum were added to the project’s plans due to shifting market demand, according to Monday’s announcement.

“We’ve seen strong interest from luxury buyers in No2 Opus Place since we first announced this landmark project,” Dan Forsman, president of City Haus, said in a prepared statement.

“Now, as we head into a new year, we’re excited to unveil a curated collection of homes in a variety of different sizes so we can resonate with buyers who are looking for a large family residence, a high-end investment property or even a second home as a base for business travel. There’s a considerable demand for pied-a-terres and one-bedroom homes, especially in Atlanta’s urban core, and we’re nimble enough to alter our plans and fill that niche.”

Atlanta-based architecture firm Perkins + Will created the 23 floorplans for No2 Opus Place.

NY design firm Champalimaud Design curated the interior design of the common areas spaces and local Atlanta design firm Harrison Design advised on interior palettes.

Residences will feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows and upscale finishes such as Taj Mahal Quartzite, Calacatta Gold Marble or Provenza Flooring.

Every homeowner also will enjoy three levels of the Opus Club including wellness and fitness programming, a resort-style pool deck with cabanas, outdoor dog run, IMAX screening room and golf simulators to name a few.

While site work progresses at No2 Opus Place, which will become Atlanta’s tallest residential tower, prospective buyers can visit the $3 million sales center at 98 14th Street in the heart of Midtown. The sales center is equipped with the homes’ exact finishes and a to-scale project model.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc. Check out our publications in your city: Atlanta, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Diego, Las Vegas., and San Francisco.
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Delta Cummings
Delta Cummings
3 years ago

It boggles me that we really need this. I work in Midtown and see all these towers that are already there, business and residential, as mostly empty. Why are we building more?

Larry Ryan
Larry Ryan
3 years ago
Reply to  Delta Cummings

Delta Cummings. In less than five years they will all be full and more will be built. There is not much space left to build in Midtown and land/construction prices are rising. Just wait until the super rich foreigners get their hands on Midtown. They don’t need financing. They have money to burn.

James Martin
James Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  Delta Cummings

A)Nearly everything else is apartments, not condos.
B)Apartments occupancy in Midtown is 98%
C) Who is “we”. “We” don’t need this. A developer is selling condos to people in the market for them.

Larry Ryan
Larry Ryan
3 years ago

Delta Cummings. Five years from now they will all be full and more will be built. There is not much space left in midtown and land and construction prices are constantly rising. Just wait until the super rich foreigners get their hands on Midtown.

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