The Reid House is a 10-story luxury high-rise condominium building situated on Peachtree Street at it’s intersection of 16th Street in Atlanta’s Midtown. This classic-yet-modern condominium that was named after the well-known architect Neel Reid has been an eye-popping attraction in the community since 1924. This luxury building was originally known as the Garrison Apartments and was later transformed into condominium homes. It offers 40 elegant units with striking vintage details.
The Reid House provides one to two bedroom floor plans varying in size from 1,100 square feet up to 3,000 square feet. Most of these condominium homes have been renovated and offer spacious-yet-conventional floor plans, separate dining rooms, custom cabinetry and walk-in closets, granite marble countertops in kitchens and bathrooms, hardwood floors, laundry rooms, sunrooms, patios, and fireplaces.
Residents of these quiet, opulent Midtown condominiums enjoy the easy access to the High Museum of Art, Alliance Theater, Piedmont Park, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Win Park, Ansley Park, the MARTA Arts Center station, MARTA Midtown Station, Atlanta – Fulton County Public Library System Peachtree Branch, Museum of Design Atlanta, and Woodruff Arts Center – Atlanta’s Permanent Home for the Arts. The neighborhood also offers exceptional dining, shopping, and entertainment venues. Schools nearby are Springdale Park Elementary School, Morningside Elementary School, Inman Middle School, Grady High School, and Savanah College of Art and Design.
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