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Engel & Völkers Atlanta Has Waldorf Astoria and Half a Billion in Active New Listings on Its Résumé

Elizabeth Spencer | June 12, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

A custom living room can be yours at The Residences at Waldorf Astoria, listed by Engel & Völkers Atlanta.

There’s a relatively new firm in town, but some faces might look familiar. CEO Christa Huffstickler, formerly of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, opened the doors to Engel & Völkers Atlanta two years ago, and it’s been an uphill trajectory ever since. “We have cultivated a group of Atlanta’s most elite real estate advisers using our local market experience and Engel & Völkers’ cutting-edge technology resources,” she says. “We work throughout many ZIP codes in metro Atlanta and have made connections with the city’s most prominent developers, resulting in our heavy-hitting, multimillion-dollar portfolio, including projects such as 1065 Midtown, 40 West 12th and Atlantic.” Huffstickler brings nearly two decades of experience to the industry, as well as some impressive numbers: half a billion dollars of sold real estate under her belt, with another half a billion in active new-development listings. Engel & Völkers Atlanta is also now the exclusive brokerage firm executing sales and marketing for the newly rebranded The Residences at Waldorf Astoria. Listed by Huffstickler and co-listed by Ben Harris, the unique homes—including one remaining Maisonette Residence—offer one of the few opportunities in Atlanta to live in a five-star luxury hotel setting. Channeling Eloise, anyone?


Photography by: Elizabeth Spencer