The visionary John Wieland may have created his career highlight with One Museum Place - to the extent that he built his own residence here. With a premier location in Midtown, the architectural masterpiece looks directly across Peachtree to the High Museum of Art.
When the unprecedented plans of One Museum Place came into fruition, the renowned team of Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam were chosen to bring the vision to life. The location provides a unique offering of Midtown city living, neighborhood walkability, and all surrounded by the arts. Not to mention, One Museum Place's community brings all the luxury and more that you can expect coming from Buckhead.
The ultimate perk for One Museum Place's first owners is endless customization as construction draws to an end. The 44 resident building, with units ranging from 1,700 to 5,000 square feet, is a refreshing change from the glass towers of typical condominiums. Amenities include a private owner's lounge, fitness studio, dog park, guest suite, onsite concierge, and private garages with direct service elevators.