Sobu Flats is a five-story mid-rise condo building situated at the corner of East Shadowlawn Avenue and East Paces Ferry Road in Atlanta’s Buckhead. Completed in 1952, this modular building was designed by Hiro Isogai with Niles Bolton Interior Design and developed by Julian LeCraw & Company featuring 128 condominium homes.
Sobu Flats provides one to two bedroom floor plans. The majority of these homes have been upgraded and offer walk-in closets, spacious floor plans, hardwood floors, washer or dryer closets, and kitchens with granite finishes.
Occupants of these marvelous mid-century modern Buckhead condominiums enjoy short distance to restaurants, entertainment areas, malls, banks, subway stations, and other luxury hotels which include Phipps Plaza, Lenox Mall, Trader Joe’s, Caribou Coffee, The Limelight Gallery, LA Fitness, Flying Biscuit Café, Brick Tops, Kroger Fresh Fare, Chipotle Mexican Grill, On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, Ulta Beauty, Maggiano’s Little Italy, City Club of Buckhead, Highland Bakery, Seven Lamps, Mandarin Oriental, InterContinental Buckhead, and Lenox Transit Station. Schools nearby are E. Rivers Elementary School, Sutton Middle School, and North Atlanta High School.