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Renderings: Peachtree Street’s next tower officially under construction

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Demolition may have started a few months ago, but as the development team boldly predicts, another skyscraper on Peachtree Street has “the highest level of amenities and finishes offered in Midtown.” We are officially moving forward with the goal of creating it.

Formerly known as “Rhapsody,” the 1441 Peachtree Street unnamed project is 28 stories high and includes 350 apartments. Midtown Arts DistrictAuthorities announced today.

According to real estate records, Capital City Real Estate purchased 1.5 acres of real estate from internet company EarthLink for $ 15.2 million in 2019. The Washington, DC-based developer is currently affiliated with Atlantic Residential, FIDES Development, and Mitsui Fudosan America, a US subsidiary of Japan’s largest real estate company.

According to the building permit application, the crew began dismantling the former 40,000-square-foot midtown office of Earthlink this spring and began building a six-story multi-storey parking lot for the tower.


1441 The place where the dismantling of the Peach Tree apartment began in the spring. Google map

As the fresh batch of renders shows, the building has a flat facade above the Peachtree Street retail store and a stepped design towards the residential An3 Park behind where the amenity levels are located.

Piedmont Park is a few blocks southeast, with cultural facilities such as the Museum of Fine Arts right next to the street.

Previous plans for condos for sale have been revised. Instead, the building offers rentals ranging from studios to three-bedroom floor plans, many of which are balconies and terraces, as well as gourmet kitchens and LED lighting packages “in luxury apartments” per developer. Provides finishes such as.


The staircase east side of the building overlooking An3 Park. Courtesy of Atlantic Residential

The two lobby-level restaurant spaces have large glass windows and towering ceilings. Elsewhere, the “Stunning Interior Skybridge” allows lessors to collaborate and private coworking spaces, gyms, wine bars, pools with sundeck, rooftop bars and lounges with views from the backhead to midtown. It is expected to be “breathtaking”. Today’s announcement.

According to the authorities, the first apartment will be delivered in June 2024 (see gallery for a detailed preview).


Courtesy of Atlantic Residential

The 1441 Peachtree project isn’t just about high-rise buildings that bring new rental options to the northern block of Midtown.

Block to the West, JPX Works and Zeller recently landed 31-story apartment The intersection of 18th Street and Spring Street.

Meanwhile, of Gray Star 33-story apartment venture Continue to climb the corner of Peach Tree and 17th Street.

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