Mansion on Peachtree

Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta
Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta
General information
Type Hotel & Condo
Location 3376 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
United States

33°50′59″N 84°22′00″W / 33.8496°N 84.3667°W / 33.8496; -84.3667Coordinates: 33°50′59″N 84°22′00″W / 33.8496°N 84.3667°W / 33.8496; -84.3667

Construction started 2006
Completed 2008
Roof 580 ft (180 m)
Technical details
Floor count 42
Floor area 616,000 sq ft (57,200 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Robert A.M. Stern / Milton Pate Architects
Developer City Centre Properties, LLC
Main contractor Holder Construction Company
Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta website

Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta (formerly The Mansion on Peachtree) is a 580 ft (177 m) tall skyscraper in Atlanta, Georgia. It was constructed from 2006 to 2008 and has 42 floors. It is the 12th tallest building in Atlanta. The design architect for the building was Robert A.M. Stern & Associates, with Atlanta architects Milton Pate Architects serving as the Architect of Record. The project was developed by Atlanta-based City Centre Properties, LLC and constructed by Holder Construction Company.


A hotel occupies the lower half of the building. The total number of rooms is 127. The hotel opened to the public on May 1, 2008. The Hotel also includes a full service spa. The Mandarin Oriental is the fifteenth tallest residential highrise in United States.


Above the hotel are 45 residential units on 26 floors. The Residences also consist of a separate building located in the English Gardens called "The Villas". The Villas consist of three separate private residences that include three floors of living space and private underground garages.


In December 2008, the hotel welcomed the opening of Craft Atlanta, the latest outpost of Tom Colicchio's New York based restaurant concept. Situated in a freestanding building on the front of The Mansion property, the interiors for craft Atlanta were designed by Bentel & Bentel Architects of New York. Milton Pate Architects of Atlanta again served as the Architect of Record for the interior buildout. Freese Construction Company of Atlanta served as the general contractor for the build out.

The restaurant announced it would be closing in 2010.

A new restaurant, Del Friscoe's Grill, opened in the space in late 2012.

See also

External links

  • Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta website
  • Emporis
  • Skyscraperpage
  • Holder Construction Company
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