This offering at downtown’s Gasket City Lofts could appeal to Atlantans who fancy exposed metal pipes mingling with velvety couches and splashy, poppy artwork.
Known for its airy, character-rich condos, the circa-1945 building stands along Marietta Street, between Centennial Olympic Park and Georgia Tech, where the WalkScore clocks in at a strong 79.
Described in the listing as an “oasis in the middle of it all,” the property has two bedrooms and two bathrooms among just shy of 2,600 square feet. Claustrophobia shouldn’t be an issue.
The touted “in-home views of the city” aren’t pictured. Neither is the building’s impressive communal rooftop, which previous listings have shown to incorporate views from Midtown to The Benz and beyond.
Another consideration is the $584 monthly HOA commitment—a consequence of what’s essentially the floorspace of a four-bedroom Atlanta home, at least.
Records indicate the loft last traded for $369,294 about nine years ago, and it’s likely that substantial updates have happened since.
The best comp could be a slightly smaller, less refined unit that moved in the same building for $418,000 a year ago.