34 Peachtree offers one of Atlanta’s most dramatic views of Centennial and Woodruff Parks, as well as the skyline of both Atlanta and Buckhead. Being located downtown affords easy access to such amenities as restaurants, banking, facilities, hotels, and entertainment.
In excess of $50 million has been invested in the renovation of the popular district, rapidly emerging as the ultimate urban district of Atlanta.
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Description: 34 Peachtree occupies most of the .257-acre site, with 100 feet of frontage along Peachtree Street. The site does not contain surface or structure parking. The building’s construction is poured-in-place concrete and steel pilings with a typical glass-curtain wall system accented with metal columns. There are six elevators with an additional freight elevator. Additional amenities include 24-hour manned security, a 7-acre park across the street, common-use conference room, and bank facility.
Location: 34 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Peachtree Street is the most prestigious address in Atlanta and is home to downtown Atlanta’s most prominent high-rise office towers. 34 Peachtree is ideally situated within the downtown market, being equidistant between the government district, Georgia State University, and the primary downtown office market. The building is also located within the Fairlie-Poplar District, Atlanta’s oldest neighborhood, much of which is designated a National Historic District.
Size: 282,957 net rentable sf (334,063 gross sf) in a 30-story building, situated on .257 acres. Floorplates are approximately 11,000sf; a 2-story penthouse adorns the top of the building.
Project Team and Timeline:
Owner – Simmons Vedder Partners
Date Purchased – December 2000
Sold – December 2005
Original Owner/Developer – The Bank of Georgia / Tishman Speyer Properties
Building Complete – 1961
Renovation Dates – 1981, 1991, 1997