Peachtree Towers is a 23-story high-rise residential building on West Peachtree Street at the intersection of Simpson Street and Baker Street in Atlanta’s Downtown. The building was constructed in 1962 by the C.D. Spangler Construction Company offering 330 home units located in an urban setting and has a high walkability score.
Peachtree Towers provides studio and one to two bedroom floor plans. The majority of these homes have been upgraded to modern standards which feature spacious floor plans, sound-proof units, double pane windows, granite finishes, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood floors.
Occupants of these elegant Downtown condominiums are a short distance to Atlanta’s nightlife, finest restaurants, concert theatres, professional sport venues, subway stations, library, government offices, grocery stores, bus stations, airport, parks, galleries, and museums including the Georgia Aquarium, Georgia Dome, CNN Center, Peachtree Center, the Coke Museum, MARTA rail stations, Centennial Olympic Park, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, the Georgia World Congress Center, the Fox Theatre, Grady Memorial Hospital, College Football Hall of Fame, Atlanta Central Library, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, and Walton Spring Park. Schools nearby are Centennial Place Elementary School, Samuel Martin Inman Middle School, Henry W Grady High School, and Georgia State University.
Peachtree Towers is only minutes to some of Atlanta’s neighboring communities which include Virginia Highlands, Atlantic Station, Old Fourth Ward, Midtown, Edgewood, Inman Park, Collier Heights, Five Points, Grant Park, and Centennial Hill.
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