The sculpture Octetra, designed in 1968 by Japanese-American artist Isamu Nohuchi (1904-1988), has officially crossed Peachtree Street – making its way from the grounds of the High Museum of Art to its permanent home at the front door of One Museum Place. What a colorful exclamation point to the already stunning architecture and design!
The fabulous kitchens at One Museum Place are winning rave reviews for both design and function. Owners can create the kitchens of their dreams by working with our design team on custom cabinetry in a variety of colors and finishes, and a wide array of options for storage and organization. Gaggenau appliances are featured in […]
At One Museum Place, most owners have large outdoor lanais perfect for entertaining and relaxing. Tile floors and walls covered in Western Red Cedar embrace the natural settings and offer outstanding views to Ansley Park, Peachtree Street and Midtown. A grill and wet bar complete the space. Cocktails or lemonade anyone?
Cars need a luxury home too. At One Museum Place, we considered multiple options for our parking areas and ultimately created a private garage where owners could park and secure their cars conveniently and with easy access. Our one-level underground garage offers each owner a two or three car garage space with a traditional garage door. The owner […]
A year ago a beautiful red sculpture by Isamu Noguchi was purchased for One Museum Place. At that time One Museum Place was into heavy construction – certainly no place for a valuable sculpture. Accordingly, we lent the piece to the High Museum of Art. It has been very visible in the courtyard between the […]
Our creeping fig is creeping. We believe that One Museum Place is definitely the “greenest” luxury condominium in Atlanta in several different ways. One is certainly our water and energy conservation programs. Another is our plan to cover the first story and a half of our brick with creeping fig. I’m pleased to report that the creeping […]
19 of our 44 beautiful homes now have homeowners in residence. It’s great to see the activity in the courtyard and soon in the owners lounge which will be finishing with our beautiful Italian furniture and museum quality art late this month. We have another half dozen purchasers moving in between now and the end of September, […]
It has actually happened! Happy homeowners are living at One Museum Place. It’s very exciting after years of effort to see One Museum Place enjoyed as home.
The next item on the One Museum Place agenda is property management. It would be nice if buildings would just run themselves, but that never happens. Accordingly, we are very fortunate to have retained First Service Residential, the premiere condominium manager in Atlanta (and other cities), to manage One Museum Place. Furthermore, we are very […]
It is a momentous occasion with any residential effort, from a single family home to One Museum Place, when the landscaping starts being installed. It definitely means that the end of construction is near and homeowners will be moving in soon. That’s where we stand with one Museum Place. The smaller plant material will need […]