Richard Meier

Olympia Heights Management has released more details about the Opus Place project at 98 14th Street in Midtown, which will feature a master plan designed by world-renowned architect and Pritzker Prize-winner Richard Meier. Meier, known in Atlanta for his design of the High Museum, is also the architect of the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the Des Moines Art Center in Iowa and the Jubilee Church in Rome, among many other commissioned works throughout the world.
The 74-story residential tower is being designed by Perkins + Will.

The project will feature the city’s tallest residential building – to be called No2 Opus Place – designed by Perkins + Will, which will rise 74 stories. Meier will also design a “cultural and commercial pavilion” on the 4.5 acre site, according to a media release.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ City Haus Division has been tapped to handle the sales and marketing for No2 Opus Place. Louise Sunshine and Paul Sunshine of LMS Consulting, LLC are leading the marketing for the entire Opus Place project.
For more information, visit opusplaceatlanta.com.