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Asking $330K, postindustrial Old Fourth Ward loft is hip, tall, and raw

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Wide-open Studioplex offering is a few steps from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail

A photo of a loft for sale in Old Fourth Ward Atlanta right now.
An old space described as “open and grand.”
Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta

The residences at Studioplex, a warehouse-turned-live-work space adjacent to the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, have always appealed to loft buyers looking for postindustrial rawness and grit over things like clearly defined rooms and fresh drywall.

Listed today at $329,900, this tall, raw studio space continues in that tradition, only with a higher level of refinement than some of the complex’s other recent offerings.

The spirit of the circa-1925 warehouse certainly remains, with so much exposed brick, charmingly timeworn ceilings, and floors of sealed, shiny concrete.

The only walled-off spaces are really a closet and, naturally, the one bathroom, which allows for flexibility but little privacy. Overall square footage is 1,019, though it might feel bigger with ceilings that soar.

Ample room for dining.

Updates to the kitchen and bathroom that include style-appropriate, warmth-providing brass hardware, marble, and dark matte finishes are nice. Ditto for the balcony, which overlooks the bones of the long-gone cotton warehouse that operated here.

The monthly HOA commitment of $219 might not be crippling, relative to many intown multifamily complexes.

It’s being marketed as a chance to own in “one of Atlanta’s most sought-after live/work communities on the Beltline.”

Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta has the listing.

Raw ceilings, ductwork, and a little bonus storage.
Workspaces, and views to the balcony.
A sputnik light and marble in the kitchen area.
The sleeping nook.
The updated, lone bathroom.
The patio.
A neighbor.