123 Luckie Street is a luxury mid-rise condominium building situated at the crossroads of Ted Turner Drive and Luckie Street in the Fairlie-Poplar section of Downtown Atlanta. The complex was completed in 2000 and offers 49 unique lofts in two buildings, with concrete ceilings, exposed brick, and ductwork.
123 Luckie Street offers unique one to two bedroom floor plans. A few of the standard features of these luxury loft homes include expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, 10-foot ceilings, spacious master bedrooms, walk-in closets, large baths, granite finishes, storage units for each unit, and private outdoor patios with spectacular views.
Residents of these contemporary Midtown condominiums enjoy the close distance to Olympic Pita, Sidebar Atlanta, Slice – Poplar, Luckie Take Out, Ted’s Montana Grill, Galli Foods, Starbucks, Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint, Thrive, Meehan’s Public House, Sidebar Atlanta, The Balzer Theater at Herren’s, R & R Produce and J & C Food Mart, Chuice, The Tabernacle, The Food Shoppe, Ted’s Montana Grill, Henry Ivy Park, Mercedes Benz Stadium, Plaza Park, Living Sculpture, Paige Harvey Art Studio, MARTA Peachtree Center, Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, Big Heart Park, The World of Coca-Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, AmericasMart, Atlanta Streetcar, CNN Center, and Georgia Aquarium. Schools near 123 Luckie Street are Centennial Place Elementary School, Inman Middle School, Grady High School, Atlanta New Century School, Neighborhood Charter School, and Georgia State University.
123 Luckie Street condominiums are within minutes to some of Atlanta’s greatest neighborhoods, including Atlantic Station, Midtown, and Buckhead.