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Images: Demolition plows ahead for next Buckhead high-rise(ish)

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As the developers had predicted in early 2022, demolition work began this month and construction began on another for-sale condominium on Buckhead’s version of Main Street.

Last week construction crews demolished the former Design Within Reach furniture store and other structures at the confluence of Peachtree Road and Terrace Drive to make way for an 18-story project technically called The Dillon. I have arranged. skyscraper Shorter than many other houses in the corridor.

Colter Urban, a Palm Beach-based real estate development and investment firm, is developing The Dillon, a 144-unit residential development on the 2400 block of Peachtree Road, next to the Peachtree Battle Promenade shopping center, home to Whitehall Tavern and Publix. doing. The style is described in marketing materials as “a modern take on Buckhead’s gracious living tradition,” with “sophisticated neoclassical lines” set against natural hills with “industrial-chic accents.” ” and fuses.


Integra Construction crews demolished the former Design Within Reach showroom on Peachtree Road on Thursday. Dillon Buckhead/Facebook

Kolter Urban purchased the three required lots last year for $16.5 million. Just south, about half of the historic bookbinders that were home to Peachtree Battle Antiques and Interiors are preserved, including a brick house-like structure in front of Peachtree. Dillon’s sales center now occupies that space.

Condos range in size from 1,500 to 3,800 square feet (1 to 3 bedrooms), each with terraces up to 12 feet deep to maximize treetop and skyline views.

The cost of owning a piece of The Dillon currently starts at $800,000, with penthouse prices starting at $2 million.most expensive option Have been described To date, a three-bedroom penthouse measuring just 3,000 square feet has sold for $3.15 million.

Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty reported in late May that, ahead of the recent spike in interest rates, Dillon had already posted a “staggering” $62 million in sales, which local offices said was the best. One of the strongest condo sales ever seen.

According to salespeople at the time, most buyers were people downsizing from large single-family homes.

A 22-story building, Colter Urban’s first foray into the Atlanta market, just a few blocks up the street graydon buckheadprices for condos that began moving in earlier this year started at $1.7 million for a penthouse that covers the entire top floor and climbed to more than $8 million. Still relatively exceptional in terms of business, Buckhead Village and charles And Unit 279 Seven 88 West Midtown The tower on West Marietta Street.

To learn more about The Dillon’s planned interior design and amenities, visit over hereBelow is a new image showing the plan for this corner of Peachtree Road.


A fresh rendering of The Dillon’s northwest corner shows its relationship to the six-lane Peachtree Road in front. Near the base floor just south, about half of the historic bookbinder building is shown still standing. Dillon Buckhead/Colter Urban


Planned layout of The Dillon’s “Arrival Level” showing condo owners arriving. No street-level retail is planned. Dillon Buckhead/Colter Urban


Planned facility level of the building. In response to the work-from-home craze, they’re calling for private and semi-private workspaces, plus indoor and outdoor sections called hubs with meeting rooms. Other Amenities: Concierge service, formal club room with catering kitchen, dog park, pool deck, outdoor yoga terrace, speakeasy, media room with game simulator, pickleball court. Elsewhere, some condos are held as guest suites.Dillon Buckhead/Colter Urban


Main entrance to Dillonville. Courtesy of Colter Urban


An exterior amenity level rendering of The Dillon located off Peachtree Road on Terrace Drive, next to the Peachtree Battle Promenade shopping center. Courtesy of Colter Urban


The corner site is now largely cleared. Dillon Buckhead/Facebook

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