Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers for some of the most commonly asked questions about the Healey.
Units at The Healey
Where is the building located?
The Healey Building is located at 57 Forsyth Street, N.W., in Downtown Atlanta’s Fairlie-Poplar Historic District, one block from Peachtree Street, Woodruff Park, and the Five Points intersection. The Healey is located equidistant from Five Points and Peachtree Center MARTA rail stations. For more information, including maps, see Location & Directions.
Where may I find information on units for sale?
There are many ways to find out about new units still available or units available for resale.
A copy of listings for the building is available at the Healey front desk. These are resales.
There are several ways to find out about the latest condo sales: classified real estate ads in Creative Loafing (weekly) and the Atlanta Journal Constitution (daily). In both papers, units frequently appear for sale under lofts and/or condos. Or you may contact a realtor for listings at the Healey Building, 57 Forsyth Street.
What types of units are found in the building?
The building includes one- and two-bedroom units, with a range of floor plans. Many of the units feature walk-in closets and all include spa bathtubs. The “Oliver” unit is a one-bedrom unit that includes an office. For specifics, see Floor Plans.
What are some of the standard features of building’s units?
- Open floorplans
- Hardwood floors
- Gourmet kitchens
- Stainless steel appliances
- Granite kitchen countertops
- Refined wood cabinetry
- 10′ finished ceilings
- 8′ windows
- Crown & baseboard molding
- Central heat & air
- Highspeed Internet
What are some of the basic amenities of building units?
The building offers high-speed Internet, satellite television, 24-hour security, meeting room, and workout room.
Can I see pictures of the building?
Yes, pictures are available on this web site.
What is the history of the building?
The Healey Building was constructed in 1913, just before World War I. In the 1990s, it underwent extensive interior renovation. In 2001 the building opened as condos, developed by Ultima Holdings, LLC. A detailed history is available.
Are pets allowed?
Pets are permitted, except for those restricted by the condominium documents. There are many dogs, cats and other pets in the building.
What type of security does the building have?
The building has staffed, 24-hour security, with security officers working a station in the lobby, plus performing scheduled rounds around the building. The building lobby is open on weekdays to members of the public who come in to eat, do business, etc. It closes at 8:00 p.m. After that time a security keycard is needed to open the doors or a security officer may let you in. The building is locked on the weekend as well. Use of the elevators and entry into the stairwell, mail/garbage room, meeting room, and workout room requires a security keycard and/or entry of a security keycode. For further information, refer to the For Residents section, under Security.
What services are covered by condo fees?
The condominium assessment fee covers common expenses e.g., master insurance policies, maintenance of common areas, security, building management, etc. It also covers high-speed Internet services for residential units, satellite television service, and unit water.
What provisions are there for parking?
The Healey does not have its own dedicated parking. Most residents with cars park in the 55 Marietta Building’s parking desk, one block away, while others park at the Commerce Club or other nearby decks or lots. Street parking in the area is metered and not appropriate for daily or overnight parking. Parking decks offer monthly and yearly leases.
Is The Healey convenient to mass transit?
The Healey is located at the heart of the Atlanta area’s transit system. Two MARTA rail stations (Five Points and Peachtree Center) are located in short walking distance and many convenient bus routes pass through or originate in the immediate area. These include the 10 (Peachtree), 3 (Auburn Ave. / Little Five Points / Candler Park), and 16 (Virginia Highland). In addition, suburban bus routes and express service — Gwinnett County Transit, Cobb Community Transit, etc. — also operated out of Downtown, making it simple for Healey residents to travel to the suburbs by bus. For more about public transit Downtown, see the Downtown Guide to MARTA.
How do I contact the Board?
To communicate with the Board, please go through the management company (see below).
Could you please tell me about your condominium Board?
The Healey Condominiums has an active homeowners’ board and several committees whose activities are, in part, supported by the homeowners’ assessment fee. The Healey Homeowners’ Association Board has 5 members – a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and member at large. For more information, read information For Residents.
How is the building managed?
The Healey Condominiums are managed by Community Management Associates, a condominium management company. CMA heads up the day-to-day operation of the building and is responsible for arranging building maintenance, advising the Board of Directors, and collecting condo fees. The manager for the building is Chinasa Onyebueke at 404.835.9210 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information, see Condo Management, in the For Residents section.
The non-residential (office and retail) portions of the building are owned and operated by Joel and Granot Real Estate.
What’s the neighborhood like?
The Healey is located in Downtown Atlanta, in the Fairlie-Poplar Historic District. The area features a host of amenities: sports venues, entertainment, theaters, parks, museums, government offices, post offices, restaurants, and all sorts of shopping and services. For more information on Downtown, see the web site for the Downtown Neighborhood Association, http://www.atlantadna.org. Also see the Our Neighborhood section.
What other apartments or condos are available in Downtown Atlanta?
You can find a listing of these buildings at http://www.atlantadna.org/housing.htm.