Atlantic Station's ATLofts
ATLofts is a spectacular condominium development in Atlantic Station, Atlanta’s newest, master-planned, eco-friendly community.
This hip, urban development, which is located in the heart of Atlanta, reflects the work/play atmosphere of Atlantic Station.
Work and Play
It’s all about convenience when you choose to own a home in ATLofts. These luxury loft condominiums enable residents to work, play, shop and dine all in one place. Park the car and walk to work, to dinner or to a neighborhood café.
Over 50 Different Floor Plans
ATLofts feature over 50 different loft floor plans which boast soaring, two-story living rooms and expansive terraces, making these residences feel twice as big. Some of the high-end features of these residences include:
- True loft ceilings of over 20 feet
- Floor-to-ceiling windows
- Loft mezzanines
- Open and spiral steel-threaded staircases
- Hardwood flooring
- Designer lighting
- Stainless steel Whirlpool appliances
- Granite countertops
- European-style cabinetry
- Spacious closets
- Private resident entry and elevator lobby
- Secure and covered parking with assigned parking spaces
- Controlled access building
- Large soaking tubs
- Loft master suites
- Interior designed lobbies and corridors
Above Atlantic Station Retail Shops
The residences of ATLofts include two, three and four-story lofts which are situated above the bustling retail shops of Atlantic Station.
One to three-bedroom units range in size from 900 to 2,400 square feet. Units may also be combined to achieve larger floor plans. Home prices in ATLofts begin in the mid $300,000s.
About Atlantic Station
This 138-acre, master-planned community, which is essentially a city-within-a-city, sits upon the former Atlantic Steel Company, which is located in the northwest section of the Midtown area. A once-polluted steel site, Atlantic Station is now a thriving community of middle and upper-income housing, world-class restaurants and retailers and office space.
Atlantic Station is built upon the principals of quality construction, energy conservation and environmental sustainability.
The Atlantic Station project begun in 1997, and is now being overseen by Jacoby Development and AIG Global Real Estate Investment Corporation. The project is estimated at $2 billion.
Atlantic Station is billed as a “walking community,” which means that residents can use the wide sidewalks to walk to work, or to head out and shop, eat or enjoy the outdoor spaces.
Once completed, Atlantic Station will encompass 12 million square feet of residential, office and retail space, and 11 acres of public parks.
It will provide homes for 10,000 people and employment for 30,000 people, and will attract millions more with excellent shopping and entertainment experiences. More than 5,000 homes are currently in development.