No area in Atlanta compares to Midtown. The area’s abundance of art galleries, museums, theaters, and historic buildings has earned Midtown its reputation as the city’s arts capital. The 42,000 residents of this business and cultural hub of Atlanta swell to 81,000 during the day, and millions visit its numerous events and attractions every year. Living in Midtown, you’ll enjoy your morning coffee on your apartment’s balcony while watching the action below, short walks to the market, breakfasts with friends on the sidewalk, and weekly dinners at nearby establishments. If you’re in the market for a new home, check out these nicest apartments with the cheapest prices.
1. Live Inside a Piece of History
This top-floor apartment is nestled in the all-brick Piedmont & Third Building — a piece of Atlanta architecture listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. The apartment is at the center of Midtown close to Piedmont Park, the Fox Theater, top-notch restaurants, and many shopping locations. The whole apartment is lined with hardwood floors throughout, and it features a newly remodeled kitchen and bathroom, and stainless steel appliances. The freshly painted walls, coupled with plenty of windows give the apartment a light and airy atmosphere. Plus, delight in the building’s charming courtyard!
2. Settle in This Little Piece of Paradise
The historic community of Cornerstone Village oozes with charm. On the top floor of the 200 building, this stunning apartment dazzles with views of the Midtown skyline and resort-style pool from the Juliet doors. Some of the standout features of this apartment include new engineered waterproof wood flooring, new paint, all new lighting, and a water heater that is two years old. Enjoy this little piece of paradise by the pool, movie theater, exercise facility and gaming room — all part of the condominium’s amenities. Plus, get extra peace of mind as security regularly patrols the area.
3. A Well-Kept 1920s Architectural Charm
Built in 1922 and impeccably well-kept, this unit in the historic Piedmont Crescent Condominium has been painstakingly refurbished with new flooring and a gorgeous new bathroom. Save on gas and enjoy traveling by foot anywhere! This apartment is close to Piedmont Park, the Beltline, and countless restaurants and shops. The high ceilings, telephone shelf, original doors, and fixtures like the crystal doorknobs make this building and unit so uncommon. The place preserves parts of the 1920s art deco and architectural charms. Get ample storage, stunning Midtown views, a private balcony, and the cutest courtyard with this property.
4. Live High in Midtown Atlanta
Get outstanding views of the city from this 12th-floor corner condo. Both the living area and the bedroom have access to a private balcony that overlooks the city. Located at 1280 W Peachtree, the Arts Center Marta Station is just across the street. The Atlantic Station’s shops, the city’s theaters, nightlife, restaurants, and Piedmont Park are all within easy walking distance. The building offers 24-hour concierge services and upmarket facilities such as a lap pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, racquetball courts, and a jogging track.