Renting a Life of Luxury in Atlanta: Where to Find Unique Penthouses and Five-Star Services

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While there’s no shortage of high-end rental apartments in Atlanta, when you are looking to rent a one-of-a-kind loft or a luxury high-rise penthouse, in a premium location, the choices become pretty scarce. On top of it, asking rents for Atlanta’s most exclusive luxury apartments go into the $13,000’s. This narrows the niche quite a bit, leaving only a handful of listings that cater to the most refined of tastes.

If you’re searching for a unique luxury apartment for rent, five-star concierge services, and a prestigious address, here’s the short list of Atlanta’s VIP buildings in the exceptional luxury apartment category:


Mezzo Luxury Apartments Atlanta

The Torino Penthouse at Mezzo is one of the most expensive leases in the city, renting for up to $13,000/month. It has $2,300 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and premium features like floor-to-ceiling windows, wood flooring, chef’s kitchen, walk-in closets, large balcony/patio and amazing 18th floor city views. The South Buckhead high-rise building (2171 Peachtree Road NW) offers its residents a resort-style swimming pool, fitness center, pet services, an exclusive clubhouse and 24-hour concierge. Photo credit: Mezzo Apartment Homes

The Residence Buckhead Atlanta

Residence Buckhead Luxury Apartments Atlanta

You have not experienced luxury until you’ve lived in a penthouse at The Residence in Buckhead, one of Atlanta’s most exclusive communities. Located at 297 East Paces Ferry Road NE, in the heart of the city’s most desirable location, and steps away from the best that the city has to offer, The Residence Buckhead Atlanta offers spacious apartment homes with modern design and magnificent views. A 1,921-square-foot, 20th floor penthouse is available for around $8,700 per month. Photo credit: The Residence Buckhead Atlanta

The Atlantic

Atlantic Midtown Luxury Apartments Atlanta

These unique luxury high-rise apartments for rent at 270 17th Street NW in Midtown Atlanta, offer breathtaking 360 views. The Atlantic residents receive concierge services such as housekeeping, dog walking, personal training, dry cleaning and room-service delivery. Rent prices can run up to about $6,800 for a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 3,170-square-foot penthouse. Photo credit: The Atlantic Midtown

05 Buckhead

05 Buckhead Luxury Apartments Atlanta

Located at the center of Atlanta’s most thriving district (3242 Peachtree Road NE), 05 Buckhead was the first “white glove” high-rise rental building in Atlanta to offer five-star hotel-like amenities and service, and it remains one of the most prestigious addresses in the city. The monthly rent for a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 2,681-square-foot apartment goes up to $7,000. Photo credit: RentCafe

Post Alexander

Post Alexander Luxury Apartments Atlanta

The apartments at Post Alexander, 600 Phipps Boulevard, seem to have it all: prime location, resort-style amenities, beautiful, bright interiors and first-class service. The high-rise features stunning views of Atlanta’s skyline, while The Reserve is an intimate Tuscan-inspired community with blooming courtyard gardens. The largest floor plan is a 3-bedroom, 3-bath, $1,549-square-foot traditional apartment with a monthly rent of around $5,000. Photo credit: RentCafe

The Manor at Buckhead

The Manor Luxury Apartments Atlanta

The Manor at Buckhead, 3558 Piedmont Rd NE, is a luxury rental property offering 52 unique floor plans to choose from and a three-story resort-style clubhouse. The apartments boast 9’ ceilings, gas fireplaces with marble tile, hardwood flooring in kitchen, living and dining, spacious walk-in closets, roman tubs with arched curtain rods and remodeled contemporary-style kitchens. A 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 2,200-sq. ft., 2-story penthouse is just under $4,000 per month. Photo Credit RentCafe

Ivy Hall

Ivy Hall Luxury Apartments Atlanta

The apartment homes at Ivy Hall are upscale eclectic, in a comfortable, beautiful community. Located at 625 Piedmont Ave NE, in the Midtown Business District, close to museums, arts, restaurants and nightlife, Ivy Hall provides for a rich experience within and outside of the community. Rent prices are more accessible, the most expensive floor plan – the Highlands – is around $3,500 for 1,415 square feet of living space. Photo credit: RentCafe

From Sandy Springs to the Far South, RentCafe has thousands of apartments for lease in Atlanta right at your fingertips.

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Nadia Balint is a senior creative writer for RENTCafé. She covers news and trends in residential and commercial real estate and their impact on our everyday life, including rental housing, for-sale housing, real estate development, homeownership, market reports, insurance, landlord-tenant laws, personal finance, urban development, economy, sustainability, and social issues. Nadia holds a B.S. in Business Management from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. You can connect with Nadia via email.

Nadia’s work and expertise have been quoted by major national and local media outlets, including CNN, CNBC, CBS News, Curbed, The NY Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Denver Post as well as industry publications, such as GlobeSt, Bisnow, Inman News, Multifamily Executive, and The Commercial Real Estate Show. Nadia also wrote for Multi-Housing News, Commercial Property Executive, HubSpot, and more. Prior to entering the real estate industry, Nadia worked in the legal field, where she gained over 10 years of experience in business, corporate, and real estate law.

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