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Photos from Sunday, March 4, 2007.



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I'm so excited to see this project getting started! Thanks for the pics!
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What is the height?
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What is the height?
I believe the height will be in the 600-650 ft. range???
     
     
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And 46 stories.
     
     
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Old Posted Mar 5, 2007, 8:25 PM
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Not bad, not bad. Decent Art Deco motifs. Should be prominent on the skyline.

By the way, any skyline renders to put this in perspective?
     
     
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Existing and announced Atlantic Station high-rise projects courtesy of mayhem:

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Thanks for the pics DD, seems to be progressing quickly! I'm so glad this project is being built....definitely a gem for Atlantic Station. Plus it's going to be a viewable from my condo!!!
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Nice update DD! 46 stories is correct but the residential floor to floor height is only 10'8". With some ornamentation on top, the total building height is 540' above the lobby entrance.
     
     
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Still, that's great! This is our first 500ft+ tower to get underway in 2007, no? How many will we have by the end of 2007!?
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Damn! quick progress.
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NOVARE PRESS RELEASE DATED MARCH 21ST:

Novare Group and AIG Global Real Estate Break Ground on The Atlantic
First luxury residences in Atlantic Station®, 46-story addition to Midtown Skyline
Atlanta, GA - (March 21, 2007) - Novare Group, the Atlanta-based developer of high-rise condominiums in U.S. urban markets, and AIG Global Real Estate broke ground today on The Atlantic, a 46-story, 401-residence high-rise condominium tower. The Atlantic will also include nearly 10,000 square feet of street-level retail along 17th Street in Atlanta’s Atlantic Station® community.

This is the first luxury residential tower within Atlantic Station. When complete, The Atlantic will, for the present, be the tallest building in Atlantic Station and one of the tallest in the city.

“The Atlantic, at 46 stories above 17th Street, is our best work yet,” said Jim Borders, president of Novare Group. “Purchasers will appreciate its luxury, value and unmatched views of midtown and downtown.”

The Atlantic’s design features a distinctive Art Deco style, reminiscent of an era of opulence and luxury. This is the second Novare Group development to target luxury buyers. Homes at The Atlantic will appeal to those at various life stages, including young professionals, mature singles and empty nesters.

The one-, two- and three-bedroom homes at The Atlantic will average more than 1,600 square feet in size, and the signature Novare design features will be augmented with large balconies, increased storage, formal entries, oversized bedrooms, fine-quality cabinetry and numerous upgrade options including limestone and marble finishes in the kitchen and bath areas.

The Atlantic’s amenities will include doorman services, a large private screening room and a poolside clubroom featuring an entertainment kitchen to increase residents’ options for social interaction. In addition, residents of The Atlantic will also be able to take advantage of hotel-like services, such as room service from the planned lobby-level restaurant, in addition to porter and housekeeping service from TWELVE® Hotel & Residences Atlantic Station, located across the street.

“As the development of Atlantic Station continues, the addition of The Atlantic offers a new level of luxury home ownership to people seeking to be a part of the Atlantic Station community,” said John Whitaker, AIG Global Real Estate managing director and Atlantic Station CEO. “The Atlantic represents AIG Global Real Estate and Novare Group’s shared vision for a luxury residential anchor and icon on Atlantic Station’s premier boulevard.”

Designed by Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart and Associates and constructed by R.J. Griffin, residences at The Atlantic range from the $300,000s to the $1,000,000s and will include multi-level penthouse homes. The Atlantic sales center is located in the retail space at TWELVE Hotels & Residences Atlantic Station at the corner of 17th and State Streets. Resident move-in is expected to occur in Fall 2009. For more information, visit www.TheAtlanticResidences.com.
     
     
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Old Posted Mar 23, 2007, 8:10 PM
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So the official ground-breaking ceremony was yesterday. Here's the current look on Friday, March 23, 2007.

Cool shot of the concrete pumping process around the crane base:


     
     
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Good pictures, DD -- and thanks. It didn't take long to set the base for the tower crane, did it? I don't think we've had a blue crane in a while.
     
     
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Thanks for the pictures! Its really facinating to see the foundation work up close.
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