Engel & Völkers Atlanta takes over sales, marketing for Seven88 condo tower 

by John Yellig

Engel & Völkers Atlanta was named lead broker for the 22-story, Seven88 West Midtown condominium tower, less than six months after the builder, McKinley Homes, brought in a full-time sales staff of its own and boosted property tours.  

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In its new role, Engel & Völkers will spearhead sales and marketing for the 279-unit building, where residences are priced from the $300,000s to more than $1 million.  

“Seven88 is one of the most sought-after condominium communities in a market that is experiencing tremendous growth and investment from Fortune 500 companies,” Engel & Völkers Atlanta founder and CEO Christa Huffstickler said in a press release. “We are more than thrilled to work with McKinley Homes in bringing this property into the Engel & Völkers Atlanta fold to attract the right buyers for this unprecedented, next-gen community.” 

Residents began occupying the concrete-and-steel building, located at 788 West Marietta St., in 2020. When complete, the tower will offer 9,000 square feet of ground-level retail, restaurant and entertainment space. 

Floorplans include studios and one-bedrooms priced from the high $300,000s with 700 to 1,500 square feet, two-bedrooms starting in the $500,000s and ranging from 1,200 to 1,800 square feet and three-bedrooms and penthouses beginning in the $900,000s and encompassing more than 2,800 square feet.  

Homes include stainless-steel appliances, hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows with skyline views. Kitchens include European-style cabinetry, waterfall-edge quartz countertops and tiled backsplashes.  

Community amenities include a saltwater pool and whirlpool spa with a deck for dining and grilling, as well as a clubroom with a demonstration kitchen, billiards and lounge area, fitness and yoga facilities, and an indoor dog park and spa. 

Atlanta architect Goode Van Slyke Architecture, which worked on Mercedes-Benz Stadium, designed the building. 

Residents began occupying the concrete-and-steel building, located at 788 West Marietta St., in 2020.

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