When Childress Klein decided to put close to 400 luxury apartments on top of the Mint Museum, the next logical step was to bring in a decorator from New York City to make sure the aesthetic was museum-worthy.
That included a stunning mailroom-tech lounge hybrid, a fitness center with both spinning and yoga and a lounge on the 43rd floor that comes complete with foosball, fireplaces, leather couches and, of course, unbeatable views.
My jeans, white t-shirt and heels were decidedly not the aesthetic, but I’d give them all up for a chance to know how it feels to come home to this each day:
Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge, pet spa, complimentary Starbucks and indoor and outdoor fireplaces, but the amenity most likely to make you sign your name on the dotted line is the rooftop pool.
The heated salt water pool is surrounded by an ice bar, TVs, lounge chairs and cabanas (both first come, first serve and rentable) and an 8-foot glass wall for uninterrupted views of the city – namely, the Duke Energy building, which feels close enough to touch.
Interested? The building offers 13 one- and two-bedroom floor plans and penthouses that range in price from $1,805 to $6,750 per month.
Features in each unit include 8′ and 10′ ceilings, Whirpool stainless steel appliances, Nest thermostats and and glass tile backsplash in the kitchen. Premium units come with Viking appliances, rainmaker shower heads and surround sound systems.
Of the 394 units, 30 have been rented and just over 60 have been pre-signed and residents are already moving in. Check availability here.
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