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Roomy Inman Park Church Lofts Asking as Much as $825K

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Despite prices that have climbed into the $800,000s, half of the offerings at an under-construction, church-to-loft conversion in Inman Park have been sold, according to sellers. The Lizzie Chapel Flats project has been touting six large lofts (about 2,500 square feet, on average) in this readapted "neighborhood landmark" since early this year, after previous plans to repurpose the circa-1930 building had fallen through. With two units per floor, each home boasts "classically elegant finishes" with 10-foot ceilings, Cambria countertops, Thermador appliances and hardwoods throughout, the listing states. The available three units range from $824,900 for three bedrooms and two and ½ bathrooms, to $629,000 for a two-bedroom. Both of the street-level plans — and another on the top floor — are sold, per builder Kairos Development's website. Listings indicate the claimed units were asking between $749,000 and $799,000. Which never would have fit in the collection plate.

· 850 Euclid Ave. NE Unit 301 [Estately]
· High-End Lofts Destined for Inman Park's 'Lizzie Chapel' [Curbed]