ATLANTA, GA - Olmsted Chamblee Apartments, with design inspired by boutique hotels, is already 50% leased - and for good reason. The community’s amazing amenities include co-working spaces, artist’s studio, and a landmark sign to name a few. Across the street from Chamblee MARTA rail station, it is two blocks from the soon-to-open Whole Foods in Peachtree Station, which also has several restaurants. It’s also at the starting point of the completed part of the Chamblee Rail Trail.
“We have one of the best locations and largest amenity offerings of any new community inside the Perimeter,” says Brett Oliver, Director of Development for CF Real Estate Services. “The unique and eclectic community spaces are truly special and already in full use.”
“Seeing the amenities for the first time blew me away,” says Olmsted resident Darrell Duliman. “The furniture, attention to detail and design of the entire floor is truly impressive.”
Its marquee “CHAMBLEE” rooftop sign is at the busy intersection of Peachtree Boulevard and Chamblee Tucker Road. The 37-foot-wide sign has five-foot-tall letters visible from a mile away.
“The sign brings attention to the city itself, as well as the incredible neighborhood taking shape,” says Oliver, who’s responsible for the development and design of the Olmsted brand, including Olmsted Nashville, opening soon in Nashville, Tennessee. “The apartments were the catalyst for a lot of the new development that’s making Chamblee one of the most dynamic parts of Metro Atlanta. It’s fun to watch it grow with breweries, shops, loft offices, and restaurants.”
Olmsted Chamblee has eclectic interior design and down-to-earth customer service. There’s a neighborhood pool, hammocks, and outdoor grills and smokers. Living room lounges have comfy seating and loads of hardcover books; there’s raked seating for art and photography classes, an indoor bocce ball court, movie room, community kitchen, mail room lounge with vintage-look tile floors, and 24-hour fitness center with the latest gear. The Workshop has tables and sinks for art or DIY projects.
The co-working spaces are also unique. Residents and outside entrepreneurs can rent private offices with a selection of WiFi providers.
The 283 one, two, and three-bedroom apartments have granite countertops, energy-efficient appliances and windows, Nest thermostats, and huge closets. Some have kitchen islands. Two-bedrooms have roommate floorplans as well as premium outside corner units with flexible layouts. There are also for-rent townhouses with 3-bedrooms and 3.5-bath that are a rare find in the market.
Buckhead, Midtown and Downtown are a few stops away via MARTA rail. I-85 and Ga. 400 are close; so is I-285, which means a short drive to SunTrust Park. Oglethorpe University is two miles away. Historic Downtown Chamblee, Buford Highway and Town Brookhaven are also nearby.