Adaptive-reuse isn't exclusively an ITP thing.
There's a 30,000-square-foot, all-brick mixed-use redevelopment due west of Atlanta in Carrollton featuring vintage and renovated loft apartments. And it'll be ready for rent in August, according to an Atlanta firm handling leasing.
The nearly $4 million renovations are nearing completion on the new Hudson Mill in downtown Carrollton, which "combines the excitement of new retailers and apartments with historical preservation," according to a news release from Lee & Associates Atlanta,
In addition, two restaurants are slated to open there late summer (Moe's Original BBQ and Brown Dog Deli) as well as the aforementioned 11 loft apartments.
Hudson Mill was built 100 years ago and housed several companies before being redeveloped by Richard Diment, a local developer.
The AMP, a public amphitheater (see below), is situated next to Hudson Mill, offering free concerts nearly every weekend during late spring and summer. The AMP also connects to the Carrollton Square — made up of more leased restaurants and retail.
It seems like a unique redevelopment project, and it could be interesting for anybody looking to escape the ITP lifestyle.