Atlanta, Georgia

Five-Star Hospitality Living

Quickly establishing itself as one of the premier high-rise luxury residential addresses in Atlanta, Sovereign features 82 residences in a vertically stacked mixed use tower. The public spaces at Sovereign were designed to introduce a level of sophistication and warmth appropriate to this exclusive residential environment. Open, organic spaces are defined with subtly curved walls, countertops, stairs and other carefully placed interior architectural features. Rich materials and finishes were introduced to add warmth and are consistent with the otherwise clean, elegant lines throughout. The spaces are furnished with a variety of distinctive seating groups, decorative lighting and hospitality amenities. 

The residential lobby experience begins on the ground level at the dedicated Sovereign lobby. The character of the residential entrance was intended to be discrete and exclusive. The seventeen foot high walls of the lobby are a combination of East Indian Rosewood, Sandstone in a subtle basket weave, leather, and hand-troweled Venetian plaster that complement the vein cut silver travertine floors. 

World class resident amenities are located on levels 28 and 29. These amenities provide the residents with a variety of intimate entertainment venues that may be used simultaneously. They include a clubroom, pool lounge, landscaped pool terrace, private club room, catering kitchens, conference room, guest suite, art gallery and wine storage room. 

To learn about the architecture and landscape architecture provided for this project, please click the links above.

"As we dedicate Sovereign to the city of Atlanta, we thank our architects Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart, who successfully satisfied and exceeded the challenge to create a building that would be a landmark and an icon on our city’s skyline."


David Allman
Regent Partners
From Sovereign, The Art of Living article


Best of the Best Residential Forum

- IIDA 2010

Livable Center Initiative Achievement Award

- Atlanta Regional Commission 2008