Nancy See, Wes Vawter, Jenny Pruitt
Inviting a coterie of Northside cultural, civic and community leaders to preview newly completed maquettes, the elegant interior plans created at The Mansion on Peachtree, a Rosewood Hotel and Residence, Terry and Wes Vawter, Founding Partners of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, hosted a sophisticated, Manhattan-style reception and buffet supper.
Special guests at the party, held in a 42nd floor penthouse with panoramic views of the Atlanta skyline, were Paul Cullen, Vice President of City Centre Properties, developer of The Mansion on Peachtree, the 580-foot octagonal hotel and residential tower that has became a Buckhead landmark, and Jenny Pruitt, founder and Chairman of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.
Wes and Terry Vawter at The Mansion on Peachtree
Catered by NEO, the Italian-inspired haute cuisine restaurant at The Mansion on Peachtree, the evening attracted a stellar group of Northsiders, including Norman and Joanne Askins, Mose and Terry Bond, Kathy Rainer, Sally Dorsey and Herb Miller, Nancy See, Harriet and Dick Boger, Betsy and Scott Akers, Joan White and Carla Wright.
Designed by famed New York architect Robert A.M. Stern, The Mansion on Peachtree is Rosewood Hotels and Resorts’ first location in Atlanta. Above the hotel floors are 42 tower residences, where homeowners are accorded the ultra-luxurious services and privileges offered by the hotel, including 24-hour concierge attention, valet parking, absolute security with the most advanced technology and privileged access to in-room dining and catering for private entertaining, 29 Spa, to the restaurants NEO and Craft, the local outpost of acclaimed New York chef Tom Colicchio.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty is the exclusive residential firm offering The Mansion on Peachtree residences for sale, at prices beginning at $1.7 million.
Photography by Jamey Guy.