Introducing Midtown Atlanta's Tallest Luxury Condo Tower

In a city already known for its exquisite luxury condominiums, something entirely new and magnificently opulent is emerging.

Throughout its 53 stories and 232 residences, No. 2 Opus Place re-imagines everything a luxury condominium can be for the luxury consumer. Located within Opus Place, which was designed by Richard Meier, famed for his design of Atlanta’s High Museum, this residential tower and cultural and commercial pavilion will serve as “where the luxury consumer can live, work and play amongst inspired planning, art and innovative architecture.”



Image courtesy of Opus Place Atlanta


A word on luxury: the mixture of 1-3 bedroom units, along with penthouse homes, will range from 980-5,000 square feet with prices starting at $700,000 to $12 million. Featuring designs by Perkins + Will and interiors by Alexandra Champalimaud, No. 2 will put a premium on luxury amenities while still enjoying LEED certification.

Picture great rooms drenched in beautiful natural light. Balconies soaring out above the city. Throughout, clean lines create an atmosphere of luxury and tranquility, with the utmost in sophistication present through high-end end materials like Mediterraneo marble, Nublado tile and Kenya black marble.


IMAGE COURTESY OF OPUS PLACE ATLANTA


Three different public spaces mean that No. 2 residence need never set foot outside to enjoy the finer things in life. Eight stories above the arrival area’s fine dining restaurant, you’ll find a lush resort-style pool with waterfall and movie wall. Here, you can unwind in one of the lushly private cabanas or entertain at several al fresco dining areas with BBQ grills. Inside, the tranquil day spa offers state-of-the-art fitness, yoga, sauna, steam room and on-site spa attendant to serve your every need.

This symphony of upscale amenities reaches a beautiful crescendo at the Mozart’s 41st club level, with IMAX screening room, golf simulator, library, demonstration kitchen and elegant lounge offering cocktails and tastings.


Image of Piedmont Park in Atlanta, GA courtesy of OPUS PLACE ATLANTA


All of this ensures residents don’t need to go far to enjoy elegant entertainment, but if they do venture beyond No. 2 they’ll find a location in the heart of Atlanta’s midtown. A journey of a few blocks will take them to such Atlanta highlights as the High Museum, the BeltLine and Piedmont Park.

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