No. 2 Opus Place, a 53-story tower that will soon rise over Midtown Atlanta, will become the tallest residential tower in Atlanta.

Developers, Olympia Heights Management, and sales and marketing team, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ CITY HAUS Division, has announced the property’s sale launch and debuted its sales gallery earlier this month.

“When Opus Place was originally unveiled late last year, there was an incredible amount of excitement and energy around what exactly would be offered,” stated Kerman Haynes, No. 2’s sales director and vice president of Berkshire Hathaway’s CITY HAUS division. “Now that we debuted our sales gallery for No. 2 Opus Place, buyers are now able to see that we truly are creating this symphonic whole — an Opus — with the residential tower, culture and retail pavilion and caliber of amenities.”

Designed by renowned architect firm Perkins + Will, the property’s 232 residences will feature interiors by Champalimaud. The residences will be a mix of one- to three-bedroom homes and penthouses. Homes will range from 980 to 5,000 square feet with pricing starting at $700,000 and going up to $12 million.

The property will also feature The Opus Club, which will total 45,000 square feet. Spreading three floors, it will offer a 24-hour concierge, onsite-lifestyle curator, doorman and valet services. It will also be home to the Wellness Club, which will offer a pool with a private cabana, an outdoor lounge area with fire pits, an outdoor kitchen with alfresco dining and barbeque grills and more. The indoor portion of the Wellness Club will include a wellness director, treatment rooms, state-of-the-art gym, yoga studio and more.

Homeowners are also welcome to enjoy the Mozart Club, which will feature an IMAX theater screening room, library, cocktail bar, tasting lounge and three golf simulators.

“Midtown Atlanta is already known as a diverse and exciting neighborhood full of arts and entertainment due to it being the home of the High Museum, Atlanta Symphony and Fox Theatre,” stated Louise Sunshine, consultant to OHM, along with Paul Sunshine of LMS Consulting, LLC. “We knew that if we were going to bring a destination to Atlanta, we had to add to the existing culture offering and we are confident that Opus Place, and No. 2 Opus Place, will do just that.”

Construction for the towers will begin in the fall of 2017 with anticipated move-ins at the end of 2019. No. 2 is expected to be fully complete by early 2020.

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