A rendering of No2 Opus Place in Midtown.

Set to become the city’s tallest residential tower at 53 stories, construction has commenced on No2 Opus Place in Midtown.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices team, CITY HAUS, has released new details for the 257 condos, priced from the mid-$400s and going up to ultra-luxe penthouse homes at $12 million. The floorplan mix includes pied-a-terre, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom homes ranging from around 625 square feet to 4,000 square feet on the building’s upper floors. Recently, additional homes on the smaller end of the spectrum were added to the project’s plans due to shifting market demand.
“We’ve seen strong interest from luxury buyers in No2 Opus Place since we first announced this landmark project,” said Dan Forsman, President of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, CITY HAUS. “Now, as we head into a new year, we’re excited to unveil a curated collection of homes in a variety of different sizes so we can resonate with buyers who are looking for a large family residence, a high-end investment property or even a second home as a base for business travel. There’s a considerable demand for pied-a-terres and one-bedroom homes, especially in Atlanta’s urban core, and we’re nimble enough to alter our plans and fill that niche.”
The Culture Lounge at No2 Opus Place.

Atlanta-based architecture firm Perkins + Will created the  23 open floorplans with New York firm, Champalimaud Design, handling the interior design of the common areas spaces and local Atlanta design firm, Harrison Design, advising on interior palettes.
Residences will feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows and upscale finishes such as Taj Mahal Quartzite, Calacatta Gold Marble or Provenza Flooring. Homeowners will also have access to the Opus Club, including wellness and fitness programming, a resort-style pool deck with cabanas, outdoor dog run, IMAX screening room and golf simulators to name a few.
For those interested in learning more, the sales center is open at 98 14th Street or visit opusplaceatlanta.com.
A simulated view of the city skyline from the bath at one of the No2 Opus Place residences.