The Residences at W Atlanta-Downtown Sees Condo Sales Spike

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Benefitting from a spring sales surge, The Residences at W Atlanta—Downtown is now 40 percent sold.

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Atlanta—Benefitting from a spring sales surge, The Residences at W Atlanta—Downtown is now 40 percent sold.

“We’re seeing a major increase in momentum at The Residences at W Atlanta—Downtown,” Uri Vaknin, senior vice president of business development at The Marketing Directors, The Residences at W Atlanta—Downtown’s marketing firm, tells MHN. “New homeowners are citing connectivity to the city center, close proximity to the airport and exciting developments Downtown as reasons to buy here. This is an unparalleled opportunity that comes with 24/7 access to the W lifestyle and hotel amenities, top-of-the-line finishes and stunning skyline views.”

The community’s closeness to the airport and MARTA are cited as reasons for additional sales. Additionally, the community is convenient to Centennial Olympic Park, Philips Arena, the Georgia Dome and Georgia Aquarium. The National Center for Civil & Human Rights, College Football Hall of Fame and Atlanta Streetcar are other attractions that will soon be in the area.

The prices for remaining units start at $399,900 for two-bedroom apartments and $619,900 for three-bedroom apartments. Additionally, there are five two-story penthouses that are still available.

Condos include Gaggenau appliances, Dornbracht fixtures, floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies. Residents also have access to the amenities that would be offered at W hotels, such as Whatever/Whenever, the W brand’s 24/7 service philosophy; preferred access to Bliss Spa, BLT Steak, the Living Room, DRINKSHOP and WETBAR; use of WET heated pool, SWEAT Fitness, pet services, a private helipad, housekeeping and Wheels valet service; and Starwood Preferred Guest Gold Membership.

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