Being one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, Atlanta has been witnessing a boom in the apartment community market. Several new apartments, condos, and lofts are coming up not only in the suburbs but in mid-town and downtown areas as well. Already, there are more than 1500 apartment complexes in Atlanta and this number keeps increasing virtually by the day.
Many of Atlanta’s lofts and condos are brand-new buildings, while others choose to embellish upon a historic industrial building. All of them are available with a package of attractive amenities, convenient locations, and breathtaking views of the city.
One of Atlanta’s well- known loft communities is in the downtown area. Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts is a nine-building complex that contains over 500 lofts, with over 60 floor plans. Lofts at Muses in the Fairlie-Poplar district contains seven buildings and 65 lofts. Kessler City Lofts and Renaissance Lofts are the other lofts quite well-known in this area. Most of these are rentals only with restrictions on pets.
In mid-town Atlanta, Glen Iris Lofts is a two-phase development that offers spacious floor plans and modern amenities. Containing 100 units, Ponce Springs Lofts is a new mixed-use development that includes an upscale restaurant called Repast.
In Buckhead, Buckhead Village Lofts offers a two-story lobby, speedy elevators, rooftop terrace, as well as a fitness center.
In-town Atlanta also features many housing options. Block Lofts rental units offer high ceilings, contemporary lighting, and more than ten spacious floor plans. Coming up soon is another one called Inman Park Village Lofts. Ice House Lofts, converted from the Atlantic Star Ice & Coal Company contains a great restaurant, Carpe Diem Cafe. Both Bass Lofts and Telephone Factory Lofts offer rentals only and provide various amenities like digital satellite television and T-1 Internet access.