No doubt about it, a lot of things will look different when we emerge from this unexpected experiment in staying at home. For those of us fortunate to keep an eye on things from the skyrise view of Midtown that comes with the condos above Atlantic Station, that experience, while refreshing, won’t come as a surprise.
It might seem expected that a luxury condo high above the city would offer views that keep claustrophobia at bay. What is somewhat more unusual is how many vantage points you’ll find within these luxury residences where that view comes into play. Sightlines that lead to the skyline are seemingly everywhere in the considerate designs of the floorplans found in the Atlantic.
Exploring from Home
From our commitment to safety and health for our clients and team members, there are several ways to look further into what the private residences of the Atlantic might mean for you, while staying cautiously at home. Floorplans, of course, are available on our website. Bringing those to life is what our virtual video tours can accomplish. From transforming the floorplans into a 3-D environment, to walking with you through the spaces, to stopping whenever you wish for a 360-degree scan from any point of view, to even zooming in on details such as fixtures and the location of a light switch or an electrical outlet, these video tours are very capable and comprehensive.
The video tours are so capable, in fact, that they seem to call for a guide. No fooling. It is possible to toggle your way through each design in such great detail that getting to what you most want to see – and seeing it in the context of your lifestyle – could use some help. For that, our agents are available to take you on a guided FaceTime tour, perhaps the best way to see these breathtaking views of Midtown and Atlantic Station from the standpoint of your own preferences and intentions. Just call 404-961-7111 to arrange it.
Your View in History
The open concepts brought to life in the private residences here at the Atlantic are the result of a constant awareness of our surroundings that began even as the structure was being designed. We might be biased, but we find it very American, the contribution to architecture that came from considering how and where a building will sit. The “International Style” that kicked off the Modern in the last century was remarkably machine-like, and eventually criticized for the coolness of that look. What Americans such as Frank Lloyd Wright brought to the table, after Louis Sullivan “invented the skyscraper,” was a deep feeling for what you would see, and how, from within a building, not just how the building itself would look.
The richness of what results when your viewpoint is considered awaits your inspection at the Atlantic. For more information on how to own at Atlantic, visit https://ownatlantic.com/contact/ or contact us at 404.961.7111.