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On Reynoldstown Beltline section, authentic loft living costs $245K

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Historic Memorial Drive building was a bakery a century ago

The A&P Lofts have long been a relatively affordable option for authentic loft living where Reynoldstown, Cabbagetown, Memorial Drive, and (one day) the Beltline’s Eastside Trail converge.

This no-frills two-bedroom continues that tradition in a circa-1920 building, listed on the Georgia Register of Historic Places, with the type of endearingly industrial touches (note: the PCM-style mushroom columns and original polished-brick floors) that can’t be faked. Though others have tried and tried.

Some pertinent stats for Unit 302, which is one of 32 in the building: Listed earlier this week, it asks $245,000 for 1,250 square feet and carries a not-shabby, monthly HOA fee of $198.

Beyond proximity to the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, which should extend to just north of here next year, the building’s also convenient to Glenwood Park, Interstate 20, and yes, Krobar. Amenities include a vegetated rooftop observation deck, gym, and commons area for movies and general chilling.

It comes with two gated parking spaces, concrete and Corian counters, and a frosted-glass “bedroom” wall. At this price, a buyer might have budget for gussying up the lone bathroom, too.