The Dillon Condos Coming Soon Near Peachtree Battle

The Dillon is a new 18-story luxury condo tower breaking ground in 2022 on Peachtree Road near the Peachtree Battle Promenade. We first reported on this project last year, and now the development by Florida-based Kolter Urban is underway. Kolter is keen to continue development in the Buckhead area after their success with the nearby Graydon condos. Bobby Julien, chief executive officer of the Kolter Group says, “Buckhead is a vibrant, walkable and exciting area, and these homes will mesh well with the lively live/work/play lifestyle along Peachtree.”

Amenities

The long amenities list includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, resort-style pool and spa, fire pits with social lounge areas, a dog park and wash, pickleball court, and an outdoor yoga space. The Library, a resident-only speakeasy with weekly planned events, movie theatre lounge, and game simulator room will provide more onsite recreation. Residents will have options for entertaining in the formal clubroom with its catering kitchen, and guest suites available by reservation.

Amenity Deck

The Dillon will provide facilities in line with the current work-from-home trends. The indoor-outdoor space, known as The Hub, will include shared spaces, private and semi-private spaces, and a conference room.

Homes

Residents will have several 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom floorplans to choose from, between 1,500 and 3,800 square feet. The top of the line is the penthouse level and three sub-penthouse estate levels. Most of the 144 residences will be 2-bedroom units between 1,500-2,000 square feet. All homes feature panoramic views from a private terrace up to 12-feet deep. Residences start from $700s, and penthouses are from $2 million.  

Integra is the general contractor for the project, and the building was designed by architects Preston Partnership, with ID & Design International handling the interior design. A temporary sales office is now open at 2451 Peachtree. Stop by for interactive virtual tours, a 3D model of the building, and real-time inventory.

The Dillon renderings provided by Kolter.