The Vertical View

Oct 17, 2022

The Vertical View

Autumn brings a magic time. Even in Atlanta where our warmth is world-famous, people enjoy dressing a little more entirely, as a greeting to each other as well as to the gentler temperatures. Stepping out becomes a daily invitation. Our own version of outdoor enjoyment, here in the finest of the luxury condos in Atlanta Midtown gives us some options for how we view the great outdoors that are nowhere available down below.

One of the temptations that calls from this vertical view is the nearness of Atlanta’s precious Piedmont Park. Size alone might have made Piedmont Park one of our favorites, but there is a lot more to it than that. At 185 acres when it began, Piedmont Park has been called “the Central Park of the South,” not only for its size, but also for its accessibility.

Closer Connections

An expansion of the park opened a new front door by extending the park grounds north to Piedmont Road and Monroe Drive, putting it just nine minutes from the Atlanta Midtown condos of Atlantic. This greater connection bodes well for the value of the luxury condos located here.

A closer connection from Piedmont Park to one of Atlanta’s other green treasures has been established, too. Expanding east along Piedmont Road, the Atlanta Botanical Garden becomes even more accessible, and congruent with the Piedmont Park experience, thanks to enhanced trails and recreation paths. As a resource for residents of our Atlanta high-rise condos, the park gains even greater value.

These recent additions provide trail connections to the Atlanta BeltLine, ensuring that Piedmont Park remains not only an attractive asset in itself, but also an integral part of the system of recreational trails and connections that link 45 neighborhoods with 25 miles of ways to walk, run, bike, stroll, peruse, picnic, and just recharge.

Happy Pets

Skyrise residents have given themselves and their dogs some extraordinary advantages, too, thanks to the Piedmont Park Dog Park, They can take their pet to one of the spots where dogs run free, off-leash – three acres in total –  thanks to the dog-loving accommodations made here more than 15 years ago.

The whole of Piedmont Park is dog friendly, in fact. Dogs are welcome on leash throughout the park, except on certain festival weekends and at special events. Some of the water fountains in Piedmont Park even have a basin at ground level, so canine visitors can have a refreshing drink. The two fence-bounded dog parks just above Park Road, though, offer an even more dog-loving experience.

For yourself and all your loved ones, if the advantages in view from our vertical vantage point are of interest, then call us at 404-946-8363 or find out more at