Published on Oct 31, 2017
A two-story, 46th floor penthouse in the Atlantic is looking for an owner. An owner who’d like to live steps away from the shops, restaurants and movie theater of Atlantic Station; An owner who wouldn’t hate waking up to views of downtown, Midtown and Buckhead through floor-to-ceiling windows; An owner who… well, you get the picture.
Atlanta’s luxury condominium market is headed for another strong year as at least two new projects break ground.
If you’re a fan of breakfast and brunch, our September cover story on where to start your morning is sure to make your mouth water. Also inside you’ll find a special section focusing on back-to-school and education, a preview of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and the Pianos for Peace feestival, and the real estate trend toward downsizing from a house to a condo.
While Atlanta’s luxury condo market in Buckhead and Midtown continues to be hot, Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward and areas near the completed portions of the Beltline are picking up steam.
Engel & Völkers North America has strengthened its presence in Atlanta, Ga., with the addition of Christa Huffstickler, who will open Engel & Völkers Atlanta, the company’s fifth brokerage in the Greater Atlanta area, the company recently announced.
The Engel & Völkers Group has once again increased its total commission revenues in the first half-year 2017.''
For the past nine years, a small fishing village in the west of Majorca has been hosting an event of the special kind – the Engel & Völkers Polo Cup – which will be taking place again this year on the lovely historic estate of Christian Völkers.
Engel & Völkers has launched the Extensive Domestic & Global Exposure (EDGE™) platform, a diversified suite of partnerships designed to maximize exposure of its listings worldwide, the company recently announced.
Many first-time homebuyers are feeling discouraged. Despite saving over many years, building strong credit and carefully scouring listings in desired neighborhoods, rising home prices and few newly constructed single-family houses mean the starter home is no longer an option.
Engel & Völkers partnered with immoviewer to provide each franchise office with an immoviewer camera, virtual-reality hardware and Google Cardboard viewers.
This new partnership will give nearly 5,000 Engel & Völkers listings in the US and Canada added exposure and visibility behind China’s Great Firewall.