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Old Posted Jan 16, 2017, 10:38 PM
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Sales/leasing center quickly rising.



Interesting that it's a pre-construction metal building and not just a typical trailer. The developers are VERY serious about this project.
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http://atlanta.curbed.com/2017/2/2/1...idential-tower

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No2 Opus Place, a high-end condo and hotel tower proposal announced last year as Atlanta’s second tallest building, hasn’t started construction. But it’s already lost the title.

A new rendering has been released showing a substantially shorter tower than the originally proposed 74-story behemoth revealed back in July.

In a statement emailed to Curbed Atlanta, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ CITY HAUS Division says the tower is now slated to rise just 53 stories.

While the modified building would retain the title of tallest residential tower in the city, it will no longer lord over Midtown like initially designed.

Originally intended to house more than 400 condos and 180 hotel suites, the building is now going all-residential, according to a press release.
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Great to see construction starting. Too bad the height was reduced, but will still by far be the tallest building under construction in Atlanta for some time.
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Do we have an official height for this tower? I'm guessing around 700 ft?
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It will be 690 ft.
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ATLANTA | No2 Opus Place - Midtown | 55 Floors | 690 feet

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The work on site turned out to be a false start, but the project has grown - 730 feet. Early 2019 start.

No. 2 Opus Place condo tower to feature more than 200,000 sf of office space

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A planned 53-story condo tower on Midtown’s symphony center site is getting another major revision.

“No. 2 Opus Place” will now include 214,000 square feet of office space to “meet increasing demand for modern, creative workplaces along the Peachtree Street corridor,” the project’s developers say.

The offices will occupy space between the 1st and 17th floors, according to the new plans.

“That’s quite a shift,” said Chris Hall, with real estate consulting firm Haddow & Co., which has been tracking progress on the project since it was first unveiled to the market four years ago.

Alex Brock, an attorney with Smith, Gambrell & Russell, which is representing the development, said the latest plans have been reviewed by the Midtown Development Review Committee. A special administrative permit, or SAP, has been submitted to the city.

Lori Lane, with a division of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, which is marketing the 182-unit tower, confirmed more than 30 percent of the condos are under contract. Buyers who originally planned to own units on the project’s lower floors will now have condos above the office space, with better views, she said.

More than 50 units under contract now exceeds the tower’s presale mark, Lane said. Most of the remaining units start at around $600,000.

At 730 feet, "No. 2 Opus Place" could be one of the city’s tallest residential towers. Vertical construction should begin in early 2019, Lane said.
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Atlanta had a period about twenty years ago in which it built some striking towers. Everything that rises these days is very mundane filler.

Atlanta isn't alone in this category. The same is true with Dallas, Charlotte, Denver, Minneapolis, Miami, and Seattle. I like all of these cities, but it seems that the major second-tier cities are lagging architecturally.
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Atlanta had a period about twenty years ago in which it built some striking towers. Everything that rises these days is very mundane filler.

Atlanta isn't alone in this category. The same is true with Dallas, Charlotte, Denver, Minneapolis, Miami, and Seattle. I like all of these cities, but it seems that the major second-tier cities are lagging architecturally.
I agree with your statement except for Miami and Seattle. A lot of mundane fillers for both there are some underway that do stand out.

Miami - Skyrise Miami, River Point 1 & 2, Aston Martin Residences, One Thousand Museum.

Seattle - Rainier Square Tower, F5 Tower (completed in Sept. 2017).
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Stuck In The Dirt: After Years Of Promises, Atlanta's Fabled Luxury Skyscraper Clouded In Mystery

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Five years ago, a New York developer bought a plot of land in Midtown Atlanta, declaring its intentions to build the tallest residential tower in the Southeast, with prices and finishes more in line with Midtown Manhattan. Brokers for the project — called No2 Opus Place — say they have dozens of buyers who have committed to buying units in the building, some of which are being offered for north of $10M. But many real estate brokers and experts who Bisnow spoke to have doubts that it will ever get built.

Several announced dates for an official groundbreaking have come and gone, the developers continue to refinance the land with short-term loans, and the construction firm working on the site told Bisnow there are no plans to go vertical anytime soon. “Opus, which we call ‘Nopus,’” said Jeffrey Taylor Johnson, the founder of Above Atlanta Brokers, among the top condo brokerage firms in Atlanta. “It's a joke.” After purchasing the property at 98 14th St. for $22M in 2014, developer Olympia Heights Management has reshaped plans for the project three times. In the latest iteration, unveiled last year, Olympia Heights envisions a 53-story building with 182 condominium units and more than 200K SF of office space, still the tallest residential tower in Atlanta at 730 feet.

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“I don’t think that project is viable," a local broker told Bisnow. "Because it just doesn’t seem to go anywhere, and the story changes all the time.”
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It looks to be on a prominent site so something will eventually be built there.
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I hope that this project dies. Atlanta warrants a much better tower than this lame box.
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