With more than 1,900 square feet, this property has whole-house audio and lighting automation, a motorized 100-inch screen that drops from the ceiling for the LCD projector, a mega kitchen island with wine rack, and what would appear to be a stage.
Nationally, on average, rents located within a 2-mile radius of NFL stadiums are 16 percent higher. Depending on the venue location and population density in the area, some football stadiums score more rent than others in their vicinity.
For $165,000, this unit at Storage Depot Lofts includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, 1,424 square feet and loads of inimitable brick and old-factory stuff. It’s not big on walls, which bolsters the airy feel. Be mindful of the HOA fee, though.
With its relatively tucked-away location, divided from downtown Atlanta by a ravine of festering nothing (aka, The Gulch), the proud, artsy, post-idustrial wonderland that is Castleberry Hill can be easily overlooked. But that’s changing.
After years of discussion, and plans derailed by the Great Recession, Atlanta could be closer to finally getting a Hard Rock Hotel. Plans call for a groundbreaking sometime this year for the 220-room facility near Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
A couple of blocks south of the Georgia Dome, construction is barreling ahead to convert Fulton Supply Company’s former Nelson Street distribution center into a 74-unit apartment venture called Fulton Supply Lofts. Expect authenticity. And old wood.
While this huge loft is promoted as being "posh and polished," less-adventurous buyers could see "downright whacky" or "slightly like a dungeon." The asking price is $500,000, and a buyer would definitely want to leave room in the budget for blinds.