Top Ten Selling Midtown Atlanta Condo Buildings for 2012

In Midtown Atlanta, the variety of condominium buildings range for the 36-story high-rise glass towers to the home that was converted into 4 condo units in Historic Midtown.  Midtown Atlanta offers something for almost everyone when it comes to condominium living. From the aforementioned high-rises to a mid-rise (usually 6 stories or less) we do have a variety.

Midtown Atlanta Top 10 Selling Buildings 2012Square footage in condos varies greatly depending on the building. Midtown Atlanta’s location makes it one of the most popular urban living areas in all of Atlanta. It ranks as one of the most walkable neighborhoods on the popular site, Walk Score. One can easily park their car on Friday afternoon and not need it again until the Monday morning commute to work. MARTA makes other parts of the city accessible, such as Downtown to attend a Falcon’s football game at the Georgia Dome, or easy access to the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (a mouth full!) Passion for the Arts? You’ll feel right at home in Midtown Atlanta with the High Museum, Woodruff Arts Center and the Fox Theater, just to name a few.

If you already live in Midtown Atlanta, you know the joys and benefits of living here, and your reasons are probably the same as any newcomer looking at the area! In you are a condominium buyer, that is what we specialize in, and can help you find the right Midtown Atlanta building for your life style.

And now, we proudly present….

Top Ten Selling Midtown Atlanta Condo Buildings for 2012

 

10. (Tie) White Provisions (Midtown West) and Mayfair Renaissance/Tower (14th Street)

  • White Provisions had 17 homes sold with an Average List Price of $312,312 and an Average Sales Price of $291,676. There were 16 2 bedroom homes and one 1-bedroom home sold. In 2011, the building had just 4 Sales (according to FMLS) at $253,400/237,500.
  • Mayfair Renaissance and Tower also had 17 homes sold with an Average List Price of $206,571 and an Average Sales Price of $190,091. There were 11 2-bedroom homes and 6 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 20 homes sold at $159,893/143,144.

9. Tuscany Condominiums (Juniper Street)

  • Tuscany had 18 homes sold with an Average List Price of $156,667 and an Average Sales Price of $142,514. There were six 2-bedrooms homes sold and 12 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 8 sales at $153,213/127,350.

8. Cornerstone Village (Peachtree & 5th Street)

  • Cornerstone Village had 19 homes sold with an Average List Price of $121,784 and an Average Sales Price of $108,561. There were six 2-bedroom homes and 13 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 26 sales at $106,896/92,941.

7. Peachtree Lofts (Peachtree & 7th Street)

  • Peachtree Lofts had 20 homes sold with an Average List Price of $153,301 and an Average Sales Price of $142,657. There were three 2-bedroom homes sold and 17 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 15 sales at $116,660/109,975.

6. Plaza Midtown Atlanta (West Peachtree Street & Peachtree Place)

  • Plaza Midtown Atlanta had 23 homes sold with an Average List Price of $210,696 and an Average Sales Price of $196,024. There were 12 2-bedroom homes sold and 11 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 41 sales at $214,386/191,867. (Note: this is one of a couple buildings that did see a decrease in the average Sales Price in 2012.)

5. Park Central (Juniper & 13th Street)

  • Park Central had 29 homes sold with an Average List Price of $167,069 and an Average Sales Price of $156,395. There were 15 2-bedroom homes sold and 14 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 13 sales at $153,169/139,673

4. Spire Midtown Atlanta (Peachtree & 7th Street)

  • Spire Midtown Atlanta had 30 homes sold with an Average List Price of $200,265 and an Average Sales Price of $188,412. There were nine 2-bedroom homes sold and 21 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 27 sales at $201,915/189,431

3. Viewpoint Midtown Atlanta (Peachtree & 7th Street)

  • Viewpoint Midtown Atlanta had 32 homes sold with an Average List Price of $274,509 and an Average Sales Price of $255,900. There were 23 2-bedroom homes sold and 9 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 25 sales at $235,026/215,889.

2. Metropolis Midtown Atlanta (Peachtree & 8th Street)

  • Metropolis Midtown Atlanta had 37 homes sold with an Average List Price of $211,646 and an Average Sales Price of $197,555. There were 12 2-bedroom homes sold and 25 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 24 sales at $202,000/180,210.

And for 2012, The Top Selling Midtown Atlanta Condo Building is…..

1010 Midtown Atlanta

 

1. 1010 Midtown Atlanta (Peachtree & 11th Street)

  • 1010 Midtown Atlanta had 46 homes sold with an Average List Price of $346,257 and an Average Sales Price of $328,498. There were 31 2-bedroom homes sold and 15 1-bedroom homes sold. In 2011, the building had 27 sales at $339,707/314,095. (Note: Since this building is still being sold by the developer, these numbers only reflect the actual homes listed in FMLS. There could of been other sales of homes that were not yet listed in FMLS.)

 

 

If you did not find the Midtown Atlanta condo building YOU live in, or are interested in, we will have market reports posted for those buildings in the coming days, and you will find them on our Midtown Atlanta Market Reports page. 

If you have any questions about this report, Midtown Atlanta condo buildings, or other Intown Atlanta Real Estate communities, please call me at 770.713.1505 or email me at Info@MyMidtownMojo.com

Thom Abbott

I'm a real estate broker living and selling the Midtown Atlanta lifestyle. From high rise condominiums to historic homes, I enjoy everything Midtown Atlanta has to offer. I'll help you find the right home in Midtown Atlanta or any of the other exciting Intown Atlanta communities that border the Midtown Area!

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