Developers are breathing new life into several of Atlanta’s landmark building and some other buildings long forgotten and neglected. The millennial trend of returning to urban living is alive and well in Atlanta, and with it is the increased interest in loft living.
Atlanta lofts can be found in several converted buildings throughout the area. Loft conversions are frequently one component of municipal urban renewal initiatives. The charm of loft living can be found in the interior features and exterior memories.
Loft real estate is also divided into two categories: “hard lofts”, which are former industrial buildings converted to residential or live/work use, and “soft lofts”, which are loft-style residential buildings built entirely anew.
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The City of Atlanta is divided into 242 neighborhoods officially defined by the city. These “neighborhoods” are a mix of
- traditional neighborhoods
- subdivisions or groups of subdivisions
- core areas such as Downtown and Midtown
The neighborhoods are divisions of 25 neighborhood planning units or NPUs, which are “citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land use, and other planning issues”
Our Condo and Loft listings are separated by neighborhoods to make your search a little easier. Just click on the neighborhood icon in the map below to see the Lofts that are available.