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3344 Peachtree

3344 Peachtree
General information
Status Complete
Location 3344 Peachtree Road
Construction started 2007
Owner Parkway Properties
Height
Roof 635 ft (193.5 m)
Technical details
Floor count 50
Design and construction
Architect Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart

3344 Peachtree is a 50 story high-rise building of 635 feet (193.5 m)[1] height located in Atlanta's uptown business district of Buckhead on Peachtree Road, the northern extension of Peachtree Street. The building is a mixed-use tower that incorporates upscale dining, office space, and 82 condominia at 3344 Peachtree Road.[1] Completed in the spring of 2008, it is the tallest mixed-use building in Atlanta.[2] It has also surpassed the Park Avenue Condominiums as the tallest building in Atlanta not to be located downtown or midtown. The building is owned by Parkway Properties of Orlando, Florida.

SOVEREIGN

SOVEREIGN, the residential portion of 3344 Peachtree, will contain 82 homes between the 28th and 50th floors of the building.[1] They will all be luxury units, with starting prices at one-million dollars.[1] Artist Todd Murphy has been hired to decorate the building, including some of his own original pieces.[1][2] It includes a French bistro, Bistro Niko.[3]

Tower Place

It is part of the Tower Place complex which includes the 401 ft Tower Place 100, and the 451 ft Buckhead Grand.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "3344 Peachtree & SOVEREIGN Tops Out" (Press release). Regent Partners, LLC. 2007-11-01. Retrieved 2008-03-26. 
  2. ^ a b Bowditch, Josh (2007-05-26). "Construction More Than Halfway Complete". Emporis Corporation. Retrieved 2008-03-26. 
  3. ^ Sawyer, Shelly (January 19, 2010). "Two Fresh Frenchies in Atlanta". Zagat. 

External links

  • Official website
  • SOVEREIGN website
  • Emporis entry


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