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On downtown’s Marietta Street, listing wants to make ‘loft dreams come true’ for $348K

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Wood beams, soaring ceilings, and old brick walls—oh my!

A rooftop with a big city’s sky rises in the distance, beneath a blue sky.
Views of Midtown’s changing skyline from the communal rooftop at Gasket City Lofts, 490 Marietta Street NW.
Realtor.com; photos courtesy of Eleanor Skelton Byers

Whether this airy, brick-walled listing in downtown’s Gasket City Lofts will make your “loft dreams come true” is debatable, but its postindustrial character isn’t.

Counting one of the best rooftop patio views in Atlanta, the circa-1945 building on Marietta Street is easily walkable to Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Centennial Olympic Park, Georgia Tech, and everything in between.

This one-bedroom, two-level loft—a showcase of wood-beam ceilings, exposed ductwork, and old brick that’s scarred in the right ways—was converted from a two-bedroom flat.

The hardwoods date to the building’s beginnings, but the custom staircase obviously doesn’t. The full second story is a master suite, with a double vanity and whirlpool tub in the bathroom.

Counting one bedroom, two full bathrooms, and 1,481 square feet, the listing is being offered FSBO for $347,500. Records indicate it last traded for $312,000 in 2018.

A small but functional private patio and parking space come with.

“The space is really unique,” the owner writes to Curbed Atlanta. “It’s a true loft with the master all upstairs. It’s got a ton of brick and really amazing features that can’t be found anywhere else.”

Have a gander below.

A large living room with brick walls and leather couches.
A fire door original to the building adorns a living room wall.
A tall living room with soaring brick walls.
View of the staircase and beamed, tall ceilings, from the living room space.
A dining room with brick wall all around it and pendent lights.
The storage nooks in the loft’s brick walls once held the building’s floor joists. The hardwoods, per the listing, are original throughout.
A staircase with a TV beneath it and chairs.
A television cove.
A small kitchen with exposed ducts overhead.
Countertop seating, a view into the kitchen, and exposed ductwork.
A bedroom with a ceiling fan and glass wall of blocks.
The lofted, lone bedroom.
A bathroom with glass block.
Factory vibes in the main bathroom.
A patio beside a loft area and brick building.
The loft’s private patio.
A rooftop with a large deck and views across downtown Atlanta.
Rooftop views toward the rest of downtown.