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Atlanta's Rental Craze Extends To Serenbe. Seriously.

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Serenbe is bringing a bit of Cabbagetown to the sticks. Promising "Loft Living. Redefined." the bucolic farmstead community about 40 minutes southwest of downtown is rolling out a mix of 23 apartments and condos called The Textile Lofts, with rents up to $2,400 per month. The lofts will offer studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom luxury apartments and condominiums, with architecture inspired by turn-of-the-century textile mills. At 625 square feet, the studios will rent for $990 per month or sell for $209,000. On the larger end, the 1,250 square-foot two-bedroom units will rent for $2,400 and sell for $399,000. Perks include "10+ foot ceilings, open chef-style kitchens and large windows with beautiful elevated views of the Serenbe community," the project's website states. Promotional materials bill The Textile Lofts as "coming soon" but don't give a specific opening date. The high demand has apparently prompted a waiting list.
· The Textile Lofts, Serenbe [website]
· This Cottage Is 900 Square Feet — Serenbe Style [Curbed Atlanta]
[Images courtesy Serenbe.]