Baltimore Row

One Baltimore Place NW Atlanta, Georgia

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Originally Constructed:1885

Original Function:8 row houses (28,800-sq. ft. total)

Purchase Amount & Date:$2,750,000 (1989)

Renovation Completed: February 1990

Construction Cost: $8,150,000

Role of E.F. Howington Co:Developer/Sole General Partner

 

The Baltimore Row renovation was a two-phase process:

I. The eight original townhouses, each of which contains four 18.5 ft by 50 ft levels, were converted into gracious offices. Special care was taken to preserve the beautiful wooden floors, slate and marble fireplaces, and exposed brick walls, wherever possible.

II. A new, six-story "L"-shaped structure was erected nearby and connected to the original edifice by a five-story atrium. All five floors feature exposed corridors that face the first floor plaza. Parking is provided on the ground level, and the next four floors house office space. The uppermost portion contains 15 spacious two- and three-level townhouse apartments, each offering a balcony with a spectacular view of the urban landscape. Double-height spaces, replete with exposed pine beams, add architectural interest. In addition to the myriad modern conveniences required by city-dwelling professionals, each unit is furnished with a wood-burning fireplace.

Baltimore Row is a true multi-use project. The decision to locate the residential and office elevators was a critical step in delivering the privacy desired by both sets. Office tenants can choose between the warm ambiance of a 105-year old row house and the luxury of a brand new space arranged to their exact specifications.

 

 

 
   
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