Colony House was designed by award winning architectural firm Jova/Daniels/Busby in 1972 as part of Colony Square, the Southeast’s first urban mixed use development. The building’s classically modern design was inspired by famed architect LeCorbusier’s “machine for living” concept in which buildings are designed to be both aesthetically pleasing and functional.
Colony House features masterfully designed residences with classically modern detailing, such as floor-to-ceiling windows. Colony House features an array of signature floor plans, which range from sleek studios to penthouse suites. Many of the units are multi-level with multiple bedroom and bathrooms and each residence can be tailored to resident’s individual tastes.
The building’s west-facing homes feature dynamic skyline views of Midtown and Downtown, while east-facing residences overlook Atlanta’s canopy of trees, including historic Ansley Park, Buckhead, Stone Mountain and beyond.
Colony House’s resident amenities include restaurants, salons and retail venues on the ground-level plaza area, a private conference room for residents, 24-hour concierge and available underground parking. Residents also qualify for membership in the Ansley Park Civic Association, which hosts special events throughout the year and works to maintain neighborhood parks and security.
About the Neighborhood
Colony House is located in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood on Peachtree and 15th Streets in the heart of Atlanta’s vibrant arts and entertainment community.
The building is surrounded by lush parks, established neighborhoods and a thriving business and arts districts. To the east the building faces Ansley Park, one of Atlanta’s oldest and most gracious communities, which features winding streets, manicured parks and an eclectic collection of homes ranging from craftsman style bungalows to stately mansions. Colony House is also walking distance to many of Atlanta’s best-known attractions such as Piedmont Park and The Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
To the west Colony House faces the Midtown Arts district, which includes the High Museum of Art, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 14th Street Playhouse, and Woodruff Arts Center. The neighborhood also features many of Atlanta’s leading restaurants and spas and has easy access to world class shopping venues like The Phipps Mall and Atlantic Station.
Midtown is also the corporate address of choice of many fortune 500 companies as well as smaller independent businesses. This allows many residents to walk to work or simply walk across the street to catch MARTA, Atlanta’s transit system.
Midtown has it all and its unique combination of culture, arts and business creates an exceptional live-work-play experience for its residents.