The William Oliver Building is a 16-story high-rise condominium building on Peachtree Street across from Woodruff Park in the core of Atlanta’s Downtown. This building was originally constructed for office use in the 1930’s and was transformed into apartments for the 1996 Olympics. In 2001, it was converted to condominiums and offers 115 units. This tower is also listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
The William Oliver Building provides studios and one to two bedroom floor plans varying in size from roughly 465 square feet to more than 1,300 square feet. Standard features for these residential homes include hardwood floors, walk-in closets, stainless steel appliances, granite finishes, exposed concrete beams in ceilings, and massive windows with impressive views of the city.
Homeowners of these elegant art-deco-architecture Downtown condominiums enjoy the fast access to subway stations, coffee shops, entertainment venues, hospitals, professional sports venues, grocery stores, parks, shopping areas, educational institutions, bars, and restaurants which include Metro Café, Little Italy Pizza, Sub City, Sidebar Atlanta, Thrive, Sky Lounge, Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint, Woodruff Park Daffodils, Georgia Plaza Park, Venetian Room, Underground Atlanta, the Georgia Dome, The Rialto Center for the Arts, Grady memorial Hospital, MARTA Broad Street Plaza at Five Points Station, and Centennial Park. Schools nearby are Centennial Elementary School, Inman Middle School, and Grady High School.
The William Oliver Building is a quick commute to some of Atlanta’s vibrant neighborhoods which include Five Points, Inman Park, Virginia Highlands, and Midtown.