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The Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta is at the forefront of trends and technology in luxury high-rise living. Below are links to three noteworthy real estate stories that caught our eye recently.
Less Is More: Downsizing to a More Simple Life Intown by Kathy Dean for Atlanta Intown
“More and more Atlantans are trading their large single-family suburban homes for Intown living, where residents can enjoy a less is more lifestyle. There’s more walkability, more time and more freedom. While there are many choices for Atlanta residents looking to simplify their lives – condominiums – condos offer an opportunity to enjoy the convenience of vertical living and the security of home ownership.”
New Townhouses Get Condo Treatment by Anne Machalinski for Mansion Global
“The new crop of townhouses maintains the privacy and charm of classic homes, while borrowing many modern features, like high ceilings and luxurious finishes from the new construction condo world. Oftentimes, new townhouses are attached to a luxury condo development, which means buyers can also take advantage of convenient services and full suite of amenities, experts say.”
Hippie Amenities with a High-End Twist by Kim Velsey for The New York Times
“A growing number of New York luxury buildings have embraced the hallmarks of 1970s hippiedom with a high-end twist, incorporating amenities like rooftop gardens, kitchen composters, art and meditation studios, bike shares and infrared saunas.”