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Atlanta’s Flatiron Building For Sale

January 4, 2010
Atlanta's Flatiron Building

Atlanta's Flatiron Building

The Flatiron Building reflects a tradition throughout many America cities of the first high-rise buildings that use then unique building technology before the turn of the century.  The building has 11 stories, and is Atlanta’s oldest standing skyscraper (circa 1897). The Flatiron building is protected by the city as a historic building in the Fairlie-Poplar District of downtown, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It’s iconic location at 84 Peachtree Street, across from Hurt Plaza has a prominence that has spanned a century.  

There are many commercial users and investors that would benefit from the Flatiron Building’s long tradition in Atlanta.  As a symbol, the building can be deployed to messages of sustainability and historic preservation that are transcendent.  The building’s distinctive façade provide a unique opportunity to communicate a corporate image from a highly visible location at 84 Peachtree Street in Downtown Atlanta.   

The building has about 45,000 square feet. Usable square footage is about 35,000.  Offered for $4,275,000.  Some seller financing is possible.   An array of historic tax credits at the state and federal level are available to improve financing and return on investment from renovation.   

Heery Brothers at Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty and Lee Asher with CB Richard Ellis are delighted to present this listing.  Additional information is available at http://www.AtlantaFlatiron.com.

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3 comments

  1. […] in a high-profile location — right on the Peachtree and Broad streets fork, near Woodruff Park. The Heery Brothers at Sotheby International are marketing the Flatiron as a potential “sustainable” […]


  2. Wow, great listing. I have visited Atlanta often and have actually driven by this building. Would be a great building for a corporate office.
    Darryl Glade New Orleans Real Estate


    • Thanks for your comment. It is potential a very lucrative investment due to available tax credits for historic restoration, owner financing and income potential. Thanks, George



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