The 34-story Mayfair Renaissance, inspired by the elegance of neoclassical English architecture, commands a striking presence against the Atlanta skyline. The Renaissance tower follows the success of the first Mayfair tower, one of the most significant architectural buildings to grace Atlanta's skyline, as well as the fastest selling condominium project in the city's history. The building's signature four roof-top copolas are capped with light lanterns that rise some 36 feet above the roof deck. Reminiscent of earlier times when high placed lanterns provided weary travelers help in locating their destination, Mayfair's unique copolas and lanterns stand out in their midtown location. The high-rise building's condominiums offer sweeping views of Atlanta's downtown, Buckhead, Stone Mountain and Piedmont Park areas. Nearby are some of the city's finest restaurants, cultural institutions, shopping and entertainment venues.

The Mayfair contains many design themes, elements and symbolic features that make the building unique and distinct. Homebuyers can choose between two and three bedroom residences with gourmet kitchens that feature designer appliances, hardwood cabinetry, natural granite countertops and marble or limestone flooring. Expansive living areas are punctuated by elegant windows and charming balconies. Master bedrooms feature walk-in closets and large private baths. Bathrooms boast elegant Kohler faucets and fixtures with marble flooring and tub surrounds. All residences above the twenty third floor come standard with jetted tubs, upgraded Berber carpeting and stainless steel finish appliances. Amenities at Mayfair are designed to make residents feel like royalty without sacrificing the feeling of home. The extensive use of cherry millwork, doors and running trim throughout gives the entire first floor a warm, comfortable feeling. The first floor contains an English library that houses over one thousand books and opens to the west garden, which contains double-tiered and triple-tiered Italianate fountains. The Mayfair's outdoor gardens, situated on top of the parking garage, are landscaped with mature "instant impact" shrub and tree specimens that completely envelop the building on three sides.