Nestled in historic Briar Hills, 1940’s architecture meets in-town style.


Briar Hills Historic Condominiums are located between the Virginia-Highland and Druid Hills neighborhoods, set as the cornerstone of the DeKalb pocket neighborhood called Briar Hills. And since 2001, the property has been included in the Druid Hills Local Historic District. Built as Atlanta’s first co-op, Briar Hills Historic Condominiums were designed by David S. Cuttino of the prominent architectural firm Cuttino-Howard & Ellis.

Built by Solloway Realty Company in 1947 as a Jewish community, these historic condominiums are unique not only for their noted post-war era architecture, but also for their uniquely different flooplans of 2-bedroom flats and 2- to 3-bedroom townhomes. The architects created minor differences in every unit, so that each condo has it’s own distinctive personality, ranging from square footage to arrangement of closets and bathrooms.

Through the last 65+ years, different homeowners have completed unique renovations, per the board’s stringent guidelines, so that updated units have elegant kitchens, bathrooms and revised floorplans. And every Briar Hills homeowner enjoys the convenience of of being within walking distance to the Virginia-Highland and Emory neighborhoods’ shops, coffee houses and restaurants, and access to the Freedom Parkway & Atlanta Beltline systems of paths, trails and parks.