Atlanta, Georgia

Terminus is a 4-million square foot, urban mixed-use development in the Buckhead district of Atlanta.  Conceived as a 24-hour live/work/play neighborhood, this high-density, vertical development is named after the historic commerce and transportation town that became Atlanta. 10 Terminus Place, the residential component to the mixed-use master plan, is framed between Terminus 100 and 200 and rises thirty-three stories above the street. One-hundred forty units sit above the base of a shared parking garage and look down on an urban roof-deck designed as an amenity oasis for residents.  The vertical skin of the tower slips over a section of the parking block visually anchoring the building to Piedmont Road. The chiseled corner and carved balconies offer great views of downtown Atlanta rendering this Terminus motif in vertical shadows of sunken-relief.