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Atlanta luxury apartmentsLooking for upscale apartment living in the heart of the Peach State? Atlanta rental dwellers have plenty of new choices:

  • Circle Terminus:

    Crescent Resources LLC has preliminary plans for a nearly 360-unit luxury apartment project at Terminus, a mixed-use area at Piedmont and Peachtree Roads in Buckhead. The property would include environmentally conscious design features.

  • The Somerest: This is a 228-unit project being planned by

    Perennial Properties for the Atlanta BeltLine. These four and five-story luxury apartment communities will be located at Somerest Terrace and North Avenue with easy access to Fourth Ward Park, Ponce City Market and Midtown.

  • SkyHouse Midtown and 100th Street:

    SkyHouse Midtown is a 23-story, 320-unit high rise project in Midtown, while 100 Street will be a similarly sized building to be completed by 2014. Both high rises from the Novare Group and Batson-Cook Development Co. are Energy Star rated with high-end finishes and floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

  • The Reserve at Collier Hills:

    Atlantic Partners Inc. is redeveloping the former Georgian Hills Apartments into a new 288-unit project with four-story apartments, townhomes and single-family homes. Located on Collier Road close to Howell Mill, the buildings would feature brick and stone exteriors with modern, classical designs.

  • 77 12th Street: 12th & Midtown expands its reach with the addition of this 23-story mixed-use tower consisting of 330 luxury one and two bedroom apartment homes with 20,000 square feet of restaurants and retail below. This project will be completed by Daniel Corporation, Northwestern Mutual and Selig Enterprises to complete this amenity-packed facility.

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Rent Luxuriously, Live Simply

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Luxury Atlanta Apartment Herb GardenLooking for ways to make luxury Atlanta apartment living more eco-friendly? Consider a few helpful tips for going green in an apartment setting from the blog of one of Atlanta’s premiere luxury apartment buildings,


  • Use it or lose it: Unplug electronics that aren’t in use. Even when they’re in “sleep” mode they are still eating a lot more energy and money than you think. Similarly, turn off all of the lights when you leave a room.
  • Make energy efficient: Need to replace an old appliance? Look for energy-efficient models.
  • Switch it up: Start using compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL) instead of incandescent bulbs. CFL uses less wattage by making light instead of converting light into heat.
  • Get growing: Visit local farmer’s markets to pick up fresh produce or plant your own herb garden on your windowsill.
  • Wishy washy: Washing your laundry on the cold setting can conserve about 80 percent of the energy used in a hot setting.
  • Cut it short: Conserve water by taking shorter showers and turning the water off while you’re brushing your teeth.
  • Reuse, reduce: Lessen your carbon footprint by printing on recycled paper, filling reusable water bottles and using cloth napkins. All of these simple switches create less waste!

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luxury Atlanta apartment? We’d love to hear how you’re lifestyle is making a positive eco-friendly impact! For more on green new homes Atlanta, be sure to check out Atlanta Real Estate Forum.

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Atlanta is an Amazing Deal For Renters

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Attention renters: are you looking for the hottest location with the best rent deals? According to

Yahoo! Homes, Atlanta is one of ten cities with amazing homes for rent.

For Atlanta residents, the average price for rent is $816, and Atlanta rent prices are currently down 4.4 percent. This is a great deal for southern renters!

Atlanta is becoming famous for its excellent deals in the housing industry in addition to its existing fame for great local attractions. y, but it also is a hub for attractions for the whole family.

Ride the two dollar bus ride and rail system (MARTA) to visit the shops in Buckhead or Centennial Olympic Park! If you’re a history buff, be sure to visit the apartment where Margaret Mitchell wrote “Gone With The Wind” or the Martin Luther King, Jr. historic district. You can also tour new exhibits like the Pop Culture Gallery at the

World of Coca-Cola or explore marine life at the

Georgia Aquarium.

And, don’t forget to take a hike and enjoy summer activities at

Stone Mountain Park. Here you can enjoy the Stone Mountain carving, laser show, campground and other outdoor activities. There are also opportunities to visit the geyser towers, go on hiking adventures and ride on the Summit Skyride, a high-speed Swiss cable car that transports you to the top of Stone Mountain.

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According to a

National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) webinar, the location of an apartment building is the most important feature for renters when choosing where they want to live. Millennials are the largest segment of the renting population, and they gravitate towards more urban areas and transportation hubs, which is where multifamily builders and developers are focusing their efforts.

“It’s all about the lifestyle for today’s renters. They want the urban experience of less commute time and immediate access to various activities,” said Jeff Kayce, vice president at Bozzuto Development Company and one of the webinar’s presenters. “Because of this, many developers are building near transit hubs and along transit lines. Bozzuto, for example, has been building many of its new apartments along DC’s metro line to create easier access for its renters.”

Besides location, apartment renters are looking for beautifully, designed common areas. Currently, these areas are being designed to have spaces merge together, creating a more open feel. “In the previous design cycle we saw separate, distinct rooms,” said Rohit Anand, AIA, and principal of the KTGY Group and webinar presenter. “Now we have the computer room, media center and lounge all part of the same room, for example. This type of design helps foster interaction among residents.”

In addition, fitness has become a priority in luxurious apartment living. According to presenters, the design of the fitness center has changed over the years from being more that a dark room overlooking the parking lot. Today, the minimum size of a fitness center is between 1,200 and 1,500 square feet. Having state-of-the-art fitness equipment in addition to a yoga and Pilates program plays a significant role while shopping for apartments.

Other emerging trends include amenities for dog runs, pet washing stations, garden plots, bike storage and workshop spaces. The use of outdoor gathering areas with an outdoor fireplace for colder seasons is also becoming popular as well as the location of the pool.

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If you live in or have driven through Midtown recently, you might have noticed multiple construction projects underway. With three major projects in mid-construction and the fourth, Novare group’s “100 6th Street” apartments in the planning stages, more and more people will have opportunities to live in this elite, metropolitan location.

SkyHouse Midtown, a $60 million high rise apartment building, is under construction at the corner of West Peachtree and 12th Street. Built by

Novare Group and

Batson-Cook Development Company, this 23-story high-rise building will house 320 apartments with 8,400 square feet of ground-level retail space facing 12th Street as well as a free-standing parking deck.

SkyHouse is one of the largest private construction projects underway in Atlanta, and will feature a pool in addition to 360 degree views of Atlanta’s beautiful skyline. Construction on these new apartments is expected to be completed in early 2013.

In addition, the

Daniel Corporation and

Selig Enterprises are building a 22-story, 320-unit apartment tower, “77 12th Street.” Set to finish early in 2013, this tower will feature 20,000 square feet of ground-level retail space on 12th Street and Crescent Avenue.

Also, in late August, construction began on Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Hotel. These projects have created over 200 construction jobs and will bring more than100 full-time jobs upon completion of these beautiful hotels. Opening in 2013, both hotels combined will have 226 units and will feature a 110-seat restaurant and lounge, an outdoor pool, spa and fitness center. Access to the hotels will be from Williams Street with an exit onto 10th Street. A parking lot will occupy the first four floors, and the actual hotel will occupy floors five through 12.

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Atlanta Apartment Rents on the Rise

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According to recent analytics from

TransUnion Corporation, national apartment rents were up 4.4 percent in the first quarter. Leading the way was the Atlanta market, which saw a 6.3 percent increase.

The average rent for the nation increased to $865 from $829, while Atlanta average rent increased to $783from $737. Atlanta was the only market that saw such a significant increase in rental prices. Many markets, including Denver, Chicago and Los Angeles, are still experiencing declines in rental prices.

“It’s not a surprise that rental prices increased in the first quarter as recent industry data revealed that vacancy rates reached their lowest levels since 2001,” said Mike Mauseth, president of TransUnion Rental Screening Solutions. “Our data highlights the fact that rental markets must truly be observed city by city as there are differences even in the largest metro areas situated relatively close to each other. For instance, our analysis revealed that rental prices dropped in Houston and Los Angeles while they increased in Dallas and San Diego.”

Even with rental prices on the rise, Atlanta still has some of the hottest apartments around. For more information on all of the latest Atlanta apartments news, be sure to visit

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multi family housingResidents and their guests at Rockledge not only enjoy an apartment community with the best in home features, like open floor plans, walk-in closets, stainless steel appliances and marble countertops, they also enjoy beautifully planned amenities, designed by award-winning design firm, Leslie Schlesinger Interiors. The Palm Beach-based company that specializes in hospitality and high-end and multi-family residential industries recently completed the work on the resort-style amenities at Rockledge, an Atlanta area apartment community.

Rockledge is located very close to the Chattahoochee River, and offers guests direct access to the Chattahoochee National Preserve, which allows residents to connect with the great outdoors. So it is only fitting that

Leslie Schlesinger Interiors carried the theme of connecting with nature throughout the amenities in the community.

The community’s impressive amenities include seven swimming pools, tennis courts, sand volleyball, 80-seat movie theater, playgrounds, running and biking trails and more. The 18,000 square foot clubhouse is surrounded by stone columns and stone flooring and natural wood siding along the exterior walkways, and a natural wood awning that provides shade and cover, but also lets in plenty of natural light. Leslie Schlesinger Interiors provided the perfect spot for residents to relax and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors with wide, reclining Adirondack chairs, outdoor fireplace, picnic tables, ceiling fans with overhead lighting and gas grills. The outside seating areas also include small, ambiance-enhancing touches like Asian-inspired carriage lanterns hanging from the exterior walkways.

The clubhouse includes a basketball court with a floor-to-ceiling Rockledge logo painted on one wall and an indoor walking/running track circles above the court. Read More→

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One of the benefits of living at the

Marietta apartments at Rockledge is being near all of the exciting events that Marietta has to offer. If you’re looking for a fun summer activity, then you’ll appreciate the community’s close proximity to the Chattahoochee River, Chattahoochee National Preserve and the Chattahoochee Nature Center (CNC) where you can take a canoe trip down the river.

Each trip is led by a CNC naturalist. Your guide will introduce you to the ecology of the river and explain the cultural and natural history of the Chattahoochee, all while you enjoy the peaceful setting.

Trips are scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays throughout August. You can choose to take a morning canoe ride on Saturdays at 8:30 a.m. Or, if you’d prefer you can take an evening trip on Saturday or Sunday at 6 p.m. Admission is $25 for CNC members and $30 for non-members.

For more information about taking a canoe trip down the Chattahoochee River, visit the

Chattahoochee Nature Center website or call 770-992-2055. Read More→

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apartments in AtlantaAfter recent events leading to the current slump in the housing market, real estate markets are seeing more and more renters entering them. This has been the case in the Atlanta real estate market, as our city has been named the 16th-best market for rental properties.

The cities with the best rental climate generally have markets in which home prices have fallen substantially. Though it is apartments that are widely accepted as rentals, it is estimated by HomeVestors of America Inc. that 14 percent of America’s single-family homes are maintained as rental properties.

From January through May, about half of all home closings in Atlanta were under $100,000, and a further 23 percent were under $50,000, as reported by Steve Palm of Smart Numbers. Because home prices are below their previously seen average, these otherwise empty homes are easily turned into competitive rental properties. This is great news for those seeking to rent properties. Read More→

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free photoThere will be a new addition to the city skyline soon enough. Daniel Corp. and Selig Enterprises Inc. are planning Midtown’s first high-rise multifamily project in nearly ten years.

The development, called “77 12th Street,” is to be a 22-story apartment tower located at 12th Street and Crescent Avenue. This tower is being designed by local Atlanta architects Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio LLC.

Upon completion, the new tower of high rise homes will be located across from Ri Ra, an Irish pub in the Midtown area.

In a recent interview with Atlanta Business Chronicle, Steve Selig, the president of Selig Entreprises, has dubbed the Midtown area the perfect place for such an apartment project due to its location in the heart of Atlanta, traffic grid, park, arts and educational opportunities.

In terms of Atlanta real estate, the midtown area has not seen development of a substantial new tower since the 2002 Metropolis project built by Wood Partners LLC and Novare Group Inc. Daniel Corp. and Selig Enterprises Inc. actually pushed this project to the top of its priority list after deciding to hold off on a project that would have created a new tower of offices in the Atlanta area. Read More→

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