“One Museum Place is a refined collection of 44 residences with Atlanta’s premier location, directly across from the High Museum of Art. Instead of constructing a glass tower, I reserved the property to build the kind of home where I would want to live. One Museum Place is destined to complement the architectural masterworks of Renzo Piano and Richard Meier with an impeccable design for livability and luxury by the best and brightest team I could assemble. Life at One Museum Place will be unprecedented, and its enduring legacy will be an experience that only a select few Atlantans will ever know.”
One Museum Place is the unique vision of John Wieland who purchased the land on which it stands from the Woodruff Arts Center nearly a decade ago. An Atlanta homebuilding and placemaking icon for more than 45 years and an active patron of the arts, John’s inspiration for One Museum Place combines these passions into a one-of-a-kind living experience. Now this exceptional new address has arrived – bringing to life an unprecedented lifestyle opportunity right in the heart of Midtown and the center of Atlanta’s cultural arts district.
Such a rarified site required a very special architect – one who would create a work of architecture that was unique and that respected the neighborhood and the block. Ultimately, the renowned team of Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam was chosen to bring One Museum Place to life. One Museum Place is the first condominium design for the nationally and internationally recognized team who have worked together in architecture for more than 40 years and earned numerous awards including the 2012 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Architecture.