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Join the thousands of others flocking to one of the most influential Southern cities by finding the perfect Atlanta apartments for sale. For over one hundred years, this city has been a focal point for history and culture in the South and has quickly grown into a major hub for travel, business and culinary delights. Buying an ATL apartment allows you to experience the best food and attractions every day, from upscale dining in Buckhead to taking a tour of the local CNN Center.

The cost of an apartment depends mostly by the size of the space. The size of these residences varies slightly from region to region within the city, but for the most part prices fall within these ranges:

  • One bedroom apartment: $150,000 – $350,000
  • Two bedroom apartment: $250,000 – $500,000
  • Three bedroom apartment: $450,000 – $850,000
  • Four bedroom apartment: $700,000 – $1 million

Regardless of the number of rooms, apartments that are over 2,000 square feet and have luxury amenities, such as extra bathrooms or a balcony, raise these prices significantly. These upscale residences are often priced anywhere between $700,000 and $3 million, depending on the size and the area of the city you are looking to settle into.

Many apartments for sale in Atlanta are located around the heart of the city, in Downtown and Midtown. As the city’s major business district, many Downtown ATL apartments attract businessmen and women looking to shorten their commutes to work. This is made easy by the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transport Authority (MARTA), which has stations throughout the city but is most concentrated around these central neighborhoods:

  • Midtown
  • Peachtree Center
  • Atlantic Station
  • SoNo
  • Tech Square

It is unlikely that you will find an apartment with more than three bedrooms in Downtown or Midtown, due to the higher population density in these neighborhoods. That being said, smaller one bedroom apartments that are less than 800 square feet are sometimes available for under 100k, for residents looking to save some money. Amenities often include great views of the city and close proximity to your favorite attractions and nightlife, like the Museum of Design Atlanta and the SkyLounge.

For larger Atlanta apartments for sale, look north of Midtown to the Buckhead area. Known for upscale properties and sprawling estates, Buckhead neighborhoods generally have a higher price point than other regions of the city, with some multi-bedroom residences easily reaching over $2 million. Most of these spaces have top-rated modern amenities, including the latest appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows and large, open floorplans. There are a few more affordable options as well, with residences listed for under $150k in older buildings. Popular Buckhead communities to keep in mind include:

  • Ridgedale Park
  • Peachtree Heights West
  • Buckhead Village
  • Garden Hills
  • North Buckhead

Most Buckhead apartments are found clustered around Peachtree Road, where residents can take advantage of the finest restaurants and shops in the city, such as a local dine-in movie theater. Dine at the Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse or grab the best sushi at Umi after spending the day exploring The Shops at Buckhead. With an apartment near the business district, most of these top amenities are a short walk away.

The business districts are not the only places to buy an Atlanta apartment. A few apartments are also occasionally listed for sale in the eastern neighborhoods of the city, among the many rentals and single family homes. Many of these residences are similar in size to those throughout Downtown and Midtown, but prices tend to be a little higher, even for spaces that are under 700 square feet.

Part of the reason for this is that several apartment buildings in these neighborhoods take advantage of the city’s history. Surrounded by many of the Atlanta historic districts, some old warehouses and factories have become industrial apartments, complete with exposed duct work, concrete floors and loft areas. To add to the trendy vibe of these eclectic apartments, residents enjoy some of the coolest coffee shops and local hangouts, like Java Lords and Inman Perk Coffee. Attracted by the quaint but urban feel, these trendy neighborhoods bring in a lot of new residents:

  • Cabbagetown
  • Old Fourth Ward
  • Inman Park
  • Edgewood
  • Poncey-Highland

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