1400 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA- Midtown
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Overall rating of 3.0 / 5 based on 1 renter review
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If you get Andrew as the leasing agent, be prepared for a lack of response if you decide to move forward after your tour. Great tour but after that he forgets about you as a client. Maintenance and front desk have been great. The area where the dog park is suppose to go didn't have drains so they had to go back to the drawing board and create a new plan. This was early January. They have yet to start any movement for the new plan in the space. They fenced a very small area next to the hotel as an alternative but continue to include this 'amenity' in the rent price. Business center isn't a true business center. It's an open area with 2 computer and a printer that hasn't worked in the 3 months I've lived here. You have to email it to the concierge for them to print it in the leasing office for you. Most of the time only 1 or 2 of the 3 elevators actually work.
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Elevator wait, leasing agents unresponsive, dog park hasn't been built even though they advertise for it and include it in the rent, no projected date of when it'll be ready
Ascent Midtown Overview and Highlights
Ascent Midtown is a rental apartment in Midtown.
1400 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta GA
Near Ascent Midtown
With over 150 restaurants, boutique shopping, and the city's best nightlife, Midtown Atlanta is the cool, trendy place to be. Residents enjoy this central neighborhood's walkable nature, and commutes are easy due to full bus and subway service.
From the High Museum of Art to the Peachtree Street commercial district to the clubs on Crescent Avenue, the action never stops. In the words of the Midtown Alliance, it’s a “true mixed-use, new urbanist, live-learn-work-play community.”
Not surprisingly, Midtown is growing quickly. Population estimates hover around 17,000 (compared to Downtown’s 27,000). But unlike Downtown, where historic buildings are reused and revitalized, there are lots of brand-new rental options in Midtown Atlanta. This neighborhood is known for its ultra-luxury high-rise buildings that boast incredible views of the downtown skyline. Average rent is $1,870, but Midtown residents will tell you it’s worth the price.
Whether you’re moving to a new home or choosing a place for a dinner date, you can’t go wrong in Midtown Atlanta.
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