One Vinings Mountain
Cobb County, Georgia


Building on the highest elevation inside Interstate 285 presented enormous challenges, but the sweeping views of downtown Atlanta and the Chattahoochee River from this gracefully curved, 156-unit condominium proved well worth the difficulty. Throughout the planning and architecture, NBA considered the historic nature of Mt. Wilkinson, rumored to be where the Union general William Tecumseh Sherman watched Atlanta burn. Today’s residents hover above the Vinings community, watching the sun set on the city. In a nod to preserving the area’s unique significance, the development uses only three of the site’s almost 11 acres, with the remainder donated to Cobb County for conservation.

Interior Design
Landscape Architecture

Trammell Crow Residential


Scope / Components
- 156 condominiums units
- Nine stories over four levels of parking
- Club room, health club, massage room, wine cellar
- Indoor driving range
- Garden terrace with formal lawn and sitting rooms
- Overlook pavilion with stone fireplace
- Infinity edge pool

- Professional Builder, 2008 "Best in American Living" Silver Award
- Urban Land Institute - Atlanta, 2007 Development of Excellence