[Renderings] Kolter Urban Breaks Ground on Graydon Buckhead Condos

Homes start at $1.6 MM with 47 available across the 22-story building.
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Kolter Urban has broken ground on its condominium tower Graydon Buckhead, with expected completion by mid-2022.

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Situated in Buckhead, at 2520 Peachtree Road, the 22-story tower will feature 47 residences, available in two- and three-bedroom layouts, ranging from just over 2,100 to 3,600 square feet.

Plans call for one 5,850-square-foot four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath penthouse.

Amenities at Graydon Buckhead include valet and concierge services, entertainment areas, formal and informal club rooms, pool and spa, fitness center and spin studio, yoga lawn, dog spa and park, and two guest suites.

Homes start at $1.6 million and Graydon Buckhead is now accepting contracts.

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  • Whoah are those UGLY. I mean, whatttt the hell were they thinking. This looks like something out of the 90’s – who designed this monstrosity? Wasn’t this the piece of land that was originally going to have that insanely gorgeous condo building on it?

  • Couldn’t agree more! Another stale, sterile and boring mid-rise, IMO. Within the past 20-35 years, commercial developers began producing some wonderful, architecturally interesting high rises in Atlanta. These buildings changed the skyline dramatically, and struck awe in locals and visitors alike. Now, it seems, all we get are these architecturally uninspiring mid-rise buildings with bland facades and boring top-outs! There’s a real, pervasive, lacking trend among developers to design and build signature towers in Atlanta, anymore. And that’s sad! Atlanta is a beautiful, verdant city, but does have some aesthetic challenges; most notably, no water feature. That leaves us with our green spaces, and an established urban tree canopy. But unfortunately, the former is inadequate, and the latter is being rapidly depleted. Though is may sound counterintuitive, I believe one thing that can compensate for those aesthetic challenges is a striking city skyline. And I’m certainly NOT suggesting cutting down more trees to accomplish that. Plenty of hard surface lots and vacant insignificant buildings remain in the inner cores of Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead to allow for more signature, 40+ story towers. Unfortunately, the desire for that type of construction has become woefully stagnated. And Graydon is just another sad example.

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