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Located at Atlantic Station in midtown Atlanta, this 47-story residential tower contains 401 residential units ranging in size from 1,100 SF to 3,400 SF. The tower includes a mixed use level which contains retail, storage space and assigned parking. The Atlantic is the tallest building in the Atlantic Station complex and one of the tallest residential towers in Atlanta.
The architectural style of The Atlantic is a blend of the Art Deco skyscrapers of the 1920s and 1930s and present-day contemporary. It is the simplicity of form with emphasis on vertical line and attention to decorative detail that recalls the Art Deco era.
The overall interior aesthetic references the Art Deco era with its use of rich materials of lacquer finish, wood veneer and articulated metals. Ornamentation of this era was not prescriptive but was used to make a space special. The lobby features a dramatic sunburst design in the terrazzo floor that is reflected in the ceiling. Vertical Macassar Ebony wood walls create a chevron pattern of gentle folds that highlight an antique Art Deco clock mounted on handcrafted Venetian plaster.
Additional Art Deco motifs are showcased over the reception desk through the period, pendant light fixtures salvaged from an original Art Deco building in New York. Deco inspired custom-designed furnishings and artwork complete the experience.
The poolside terrace, with stacked stone fireplace, full-size pool with hot tub and beautiful wooden trellis all in a garden setting, offers unique spaces for small or large groups with a spectacular view of Downtown Atlanta. Whether a quiet cool evening cookout by the fireplace or an afternoon of sun and fun at the pool, there are amenities specific to everyone’s enjoyment.