These days, Cabbagetown’s historic mill, which has been converted into loft apartments, represents the pinnacle of intown living. From its location to luxury, the condos have a lot to offer.
A unit at the Stacks at Fulton Cotton Mill Condominiums is listed on the market for $445,000. The 1,300-square-foot condo has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The space has 24-foot ceilings, 10-foot windows, a spiral staircase and exposed brick.
The grounds of the property include a pool, dog park, gym and rooftop deck.
The condo is within walking distance of a variety of restaurants and has close access to the Atlanta Beltline.
See some additional apartments in Atlanta that are housed in historic buildings:
Monthly rent: Starting at $1,585
Address: 650 North Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Perhaps the city’s most notable re-development project, it’s common knowledge that the massive Old Fourth Ward building was once the regional headquarters for for Sears, Roebuck and Company. Now, in addition to the food hall and shopping, it is home to loft apartments.
Monthly rent: $1149-$1800
Address: 699 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308
The former Ford Motor Company Plant was built at 699 Ponce de Leon Avenue in 1914. From 1915-1942, it served as the company’s Southeastern headquarters. The lofts in the building are currently in the process of being renovated, along with 34,500 square feet of retail space.
Monthly rent: $1295-$1495
Address: 764-768 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Built in 1921, this space once housed a grocer and furniture store. Apartments have exposed brick and pipe work.
Ample light, high ceilings and plenty of space for work and supplies are all features of this Mattress Factory Lofts studio space.
Monthly rent: $1,245 - $2,600
Address: 300 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Formerly the home of the Southern Spring Bedding Company, these apartments feature Italian marble bathrooms, high ceilings and sealed cement floors.
Monthly rent: $1,200-$1,775
Address: 50 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30303
Part of a city block revitalization project, these apartments feature hardwood floors, high ceilings and a roof-top deck.
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