If you’ve headed South on the Downtown Connector, then you have probably noticed the red-brick Centennial House Condominium, just on the north side of Downtown.

The seven-story concrete and brick building sits atop Centennial Hill, commanding spectacular views of the Downtown and Midtown skylines. The building features a rooftop amenities area, with club room, fitness facility and fantastic rooftop deck.

Each unit has assigned parking inside the secured parking garage, located in the building. The urban-friendly building has retail space at the sidewalk level.

The look of the individual units is “loft-lite,” with clean finishes, 10-foot concrete ceilings and exposed ventilation ducts. Solid surface countertops, stained wood cabinets and stained concrete floors are standard finishes.

Massive windows bring breathtaking views and lots of light into each unit. And the units are spacious. Unit sizes range from studio plans (with around 900 square feet) to more than 1,400 square-foot two bedroom plans.

Centennial House is just steps from Centennial Park, The Atlanta Tabernacle Concert HallTed Turner’s, Ted’s Montana GrillCnn Center, Philips Arena and the Georgia World Congress Center.

Peachtree Center, SunTrust Plaza, Inforum, and MARTA are all within three blocks. Walk just a couple more blocks to the Rialto Theatre, The Tabernacle, restaurants, cafes and shops in the Fairlie-Poplar district.

Downtown Atlanta appears poised for a tremendous residential growth spurt.

Over $3 billion in building projects are currently underway in the area.

The Georgia AquariumWorld of Coke and the National Center for Civil and Human rights sits next door . The Alexander Street improvement project will bring restaurants, retail and housing to support attractions of this magnitude.

The “Centennial Hill” area is situated between Midtown’s booming residential area and the Downtown business district, between the attractions at Centennial Olympic Park and the desirable  Inman park Neighborhood.

But don’t think that you’ll have to wait for things to start happening Downtown — there’s plenty going on in this neighborhood right now.

Downtown is the center of business in Atlanta and host to thousands of visitors. In addition to the people going Downtown to work and play, thousands of people live downtown, too.

In the approximately four square-mile Downtown area, there are about 100 condominium and apartment communities and nearly 30,000 residents.

Cafes, restaurants and shops give the Fairlie-Poplar district a decidedly residential feel, while Centennial Park is quickly becoming the parkside address in Atlanta.

The active Atlanta Downtown Neighborhood Association links area residents and promotes events such as the award winning Downtown Neighborhood Festival.