A condo in The Trust building, where Michael Jordan and Cam Newton also own property, just sold for $3.9 million. It’s the most expensive piece of residential property that’s ever sold in the history of Uptown.
Before it became The Trust building, the site was originally home to the Buford Hotel. The hotel was torn down and rebuilt in 1967 as The Home Federal Savings and Loan Building, a growing local mortgage company founded in 1883.
Now The Trust building includes seven multi-million dollar condos, including Unit 5a, just sold for $3.9 million. (Unit 5b was listed for for $3.2 million earlier this year.)
Scott Russo of The Mcdevitt Agency represented the buyers, Brett Carraway with Northstar Real Estate was the listing agent for 5a.
The recently renovated two-story condo is 6,583 square feet with three beds, three and a half baths and two sprawling terraces.
Russo told the Agenda that Artistic Contractors has spent a year and a half renovating the condo, aiming to pay homage to the building’s post-war architecture but blending it with modern urban luxury. And that’s exactly what they got.
Here’s a quick photo tour:
Photos courtesy of Scott Russo of The Mcdevitt Agency