Rufus Rose House
Built in 1901, this 121-year-old mansion is one of the oldest buildings, and the only standing Victorian mansion, in downtown Atlanta. Affectionately referred to as the "Rose on Peachtree", it has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1977. UC Asset acquired this property in 2021.
The company affirms that it is renovating the property into a dual role building similar to the Empire State Building in the New York city, to become a state-of-the-art office building as well as a landmark attraction.
The property is ideally located on the busiest street of Atlanta, only one block from the city’s tallest office building, the Bank of America Tower. In addition to its financial value as office space, the refurbished Rose on Peachtree will likely attract the attention of the 50-60 million visitors/tourists to Atlanta every year.