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Luxury Housing News

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.

Atlanta’s Mandarin Oriental Sells Two Condos For Big Bucks by Phil Hudson for Atlanta Business Chronicle


“Two pads at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta in Buckhead just sold for more than $1.9 million each. Residence 48A, a two bedroom, two and a one-half bath unit, closed for $1.95 million and Residences 35A, a three bedroom, three and a one-half bath unit, closed for $1.98 million.”

Healthy Living the Luxury Condo Way by Beth Landman and Zachary Kussin for New York Post


“Residential developers now incorporate next-level inclusions, as feng shui gardens, as well as nutritionists, built-in aromatherapy and brain fitness for memory and relaxation enhancement – to make physical and mental wellness more of an immersive experience for residents.”

Airbnb Said to Be Planning Tier for Luxury Vacation Rentals by Mark Gurman and Oliva Zaleski for Bloomberg


“Airbnb Inc. is planning to launch a new rental service for mega-homes, mansions and penthouses that will be inspected to ensure they pass muster.”