The Dillon Buckhead graphic with buckhead skyline

New Condo Buckhead Condo Dillan Buckhead Coming Soon

Kolter Urban recently purchased a property in South Buckhead and is making plans to build The Dillon Buckhead, a luxury condo residence. The site of the development is in the Peachtree Battle area at 2425 Peachtree Road, as well as an adjacent property along Terrace Drive. The 18-story condo highrise will include 144 condos starting in the high $600,000s and ranging to $1.5 million. The units will have fantastic city views over Atlanta’s canopy of trees.

rendering of the dillon buckhead

A bit of cool history! The Dillon will sit on the site of a former book bindery in Peachtree Hills. This historic building was added to the Places in Peril list by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation in 2018 when an apartment developer planned to demolish the bindery for a parking garage. According to Reporter Newspapers, the new Kolter Urban project will sit next door and behind the former bindery. The current plan shows about 3,000 feet of the 6,000-square-foot bindery remaining as part of the condo project.

According to the developer, The Dillon Buckhead is located on Peachtree Road, in the heart of Atlanta’s most prestigious residential neighborhood. The Dillon is an architecturally-distinctive residential condominium tower inspired by history and designed for luxurious modern living. Elegantly appointed one- to three-bedroom homes enjoy sweeping panoramas of dramatic skyline views.

“The Dillon is a great addition to Buckhead and an excellent example of Kolter’s commitment to Atlanta and investment in its long-term growth,” Bobby Julien, chief executive officer of the Kolter Group, said. “More and more people are looking to make Atlanta their home and The Dillon gives them an address that embodies the best of the prestigious Buckhead lifestyle.”

The fourth floor features a remarkable collection of indoor and outdoor amenities for wellness, socializing and relaxation. Planned amenities include a formal clubroom with catering kitchen, a dog park, pool with pool deck, a speakeasy, a media room with game simulator and even a pickleball court — a trend we are seeing in active-adult communities but so far haven’t seen in condos! Josh Green with Urbanize Atlanta reports that to help accommodate the current work-from-home trend, the building will incorporate an indoor-outdoor amenity called The Hub with private and semi-private spaces, plus a conference room, according to Kolter Urban. With a full complement of 24/7/365 staff, as well as secured on-site parking, residents enjoy a hospitality-style level of comfort, convenience and security.

Architecture firm Preston Partnership will design the condo building in a modern Neoclassical style. Kolter Urban anticipates reservations for contracts will start mid-January of 2022 with groundbreaking scheduled for mid-2022. The Dillon will deliver and begin to welcome residents in the fourth quarter of 2024.

The site for the new Kolter Urban project is just two blocks south of its current condo under construction at Graydon Buckhead. This condo is slated to welcome its first move-ins in early 2022. Prices at Graydon Buckhead start at $1.7 million. Graydon Buckhead residents will enjoy breathtaking, unobstructed views afforded by walls of glass, expansive terraces and glass balcony railings. The natural light pouring in will make the already spacious homes feel even larger. Designed with open, flow-through floor plans, the two- and three-bedroom homes range from just over 2,000 square feet to 3,500 square feet. To learn more about Graydon Buckhead, visit www.TheGraydon.com, or call 404-301-5302 to schedule a private presentation.

1 thought on “Kolter Urban Announces The Dillon Buckhead”

  1. This is a quiet residential neighborhood. As thePublix next door has ignored, hopefully the developer of the Dillon and their architects will plan for and resolve the loud noises generated from the new massive outdoor HVAC machinery. The Parklane on Peachtree was taken to court on this issue, and lost.

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