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Why should I consider living in a high rise in Atlanta?

December 29, 2008

The  decision to live at Sovereign is not only a decision to liv in a high rise but more importantly it is a lifestyle. 

Kevin McBride, Founding Partner

Kevin McBride, Founding Partner

Many of our purchasers have chosen Sovereign not only for the lifestyle but it was also a conscious move to “right size”. The ability to lock and leave coupled with the low maintenance aspect of high rise living make this especially attractive for second or third homeowners.

Another convenient factor for those who own multiple homes or who are frequent travlers is Sovereign’s close proximity to MARTA. The Buckhead MARTA station is just outside the front door only one building away. No matter what day or time, it is less than a 30-minute trip to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Living in a building with this many amenities is attractive to our residents. Amenities include a saline pool on the 28th floor, a wine cellar with personal vestibules, entertaining lounges, and a collection of artwork in public spaces. Additionally, Pano’s Grand Cafe is opening in the building in Spring 2009

In addition there are over 40 fine dining experiences, numerous fine hotels and Atlanta’s best shopping all in walking distance.

SOVEREIGN, a work of art created by world-renowned architects Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart and Associates is developed by Regent Partners.  The breathtaking 635 foot tall building offers 82 luxury residences beginning at $1 M.   Ranging from 1600 to 4500 square feet, with two penthouses at 7800 and 8900 square feet.

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