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Above all…High-end luxury market is alive and well at Sovereign

March 23, 2009

 

Sovereign

Sovereign

 

Sovereign, Atlanta’s finest luxury high rise thrives in today’s slow real estate economy. Since the beginning of 2009, qualified traffic to Sovereign has been steadily increasing. The building welcomed its most recent closing on March 6, 2009.

 

The residence, a 47th floor residence with a downtown view,  was purchased by an Atlanta resident  looking to “smart size.” The $3.4 million plus residence offers just under 4,000 square feet and convenience like no other.

 

A major selling point for this buyer was Sovereign’s walkability to Buckhead’s best dining, nightlife and shopping. Some current homeowners enjoy an “elevator commute” to their office within Sovereign’s twenty floors of Class A office space, and all homeowners will enjoy the elevator ride to Pano’s Signature restaurant and the Buckhead Club,  located within Sovereign. 

 

Sovereign, the tallest building in Buckhead offers 82 residences, and meets the needs of sophisticated homeowners with elaborate amenities and services. Residences begin on the 29th floor, where most Atlanta high rises end.

 

Developed by Regent Partners, Sovereign offers the best Atlanta panoramic skyline views of the North Georgia mountains, Perimeter, Sandy Springs, Kennesaw Mountain, Vinings, Downtown and Stone Mountain.

 

Visit our three decorated models and on-site sales center at Sovereign at 3344 Peachtree Street in Buckhead. Call Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty sales associates Kevin McBride or Burma Weller for a tour at 404.266.3344 or visit our web site www.sovereignbuckhead.com to learn more.

 

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