Biltmore House is a unique historic residential community nestled in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. Formerly known as “Biltmore Apartments” and built adjacent to The Biltmore in 1924, the building was converted into a guest suite hotel and continued operations until 1998, several years after the adjacent hotel had closed.
After minimal adaptation of common areas, the apartment suites were converted to condominiums and the building was renamed Biltmore House in 1999. The building’s original 66 units total approximately 55,000 square feet of living space. Biltmore House shares common space and some facilities with The Biltmore commercial space, but is a separate entity from The Biltmore, CBRE Management & The Biltmore Ballrooms.
With world-class arts and entertainment, renowned restaurants, and vibrant festivals and nightlife just a few steps away, Biltmore House is truly a historic retreat in the heart of Atlanta.
Steps away from Atlanta’s “Midtown Mile” on Peachtree Street, and even closer to Georgia Tech’s Technology Square and the ever-growing tech sector, Biltmore House residents enjoy the calm of Fifth Street, while still being in the core of Midtown. With world-class arts and entertainment, renowned restaurants, and vibrant festivals and nightlife just a few steps away, Biltmore House is truly a historic retreat in the heart of Atlanta.
Biltmore House is proud to enjoy the distinction of being listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Brand new! We’re excited to honor The Biltmore’s heritage as Atlanta’s most historic broadcast site (home of WSB radio studios from 1925-1955) by launching Biltmore Radio – Memories from Long Ago! If you enjoy music from the 30s/40s/50s, give us a listen on iHeartRadio, TuneIn or on the Biltmore Radio app, available in your app store! You can even tell Alexa to “Play Biltmore Radio!”