LEARN ALL ABOUT THE GLEN IRIS LOFTS BELOW
- 110 units
- Constructed in 2002
- Across from Ponce City Market
- Walk to the Atlanta BeltLine
- Top Rated for Walkability.
- Swimming Pool
- Soaring Ceilings
- Gated Parking
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Hope Hill Elementary
- Inman Middle School
- Grady High School
In the Glen Iris Lofts, residents live centrally to Ponce City Market and the Atlanta BeltLine and are uniquely walkability. Exciting new spaces to work and play in neighborhood with internationally-acclaimed history are outstanding.
In addition to convenience, the homes themselves are also exquisite. Being true lofts, the homes showcase concrete/hardwood floors. Ceilings soar as high as 25 feet as well, with several multi-level units with floor to ceiling windows, and feature individual terraces or private walkout balconies. Garden tubs with jets are custom in many units. Chef’s kitchens are also complete with granite finishes, stainless steel appliances, and designer lighting. Altogether, there are 110 total units, keeping the mid-rise a smaller community. Connect with a new neighbor at the Lofts’ pool.
Glen Iris Lofts are steps to sushi, the corner coffeeshop, the eclectic offerings of Ponce City Market, and even the Atlanta BeltLine. Take a stroll to pick produce from Whole Foods or a five minute drive to see the friendly faces at Trader Joe’s. Because there is no shortage of options in walking distance, pleasing any crowd is easy. Meet for happy hour at City Winery across the street, take a pet to the local groomer, or pick up an H&F burger to picnic on the Beltline.
Meanwhile, Old Fourth Ward’s booming nightlife district centers on the intersection of Boulevard and Edgewood Avenue with eclectic locations like Church (the bar), Noni’s, and Mother. Consequently, the area draws visiting celebrity from feature films and shows like The Walking Dead. Other beloved Atlanta landmarks are less than 10-minutes away. Therefore, Piedmont Park, Krog Street Market, Freedom Park, and Little 5 Points are all perfectly nearby.
Then, delve further into the early years of the Old Fourth Ward. Auburn Avenue and Old Wheat Street also radiate unique character. The Sweet Auburn neighborhood houses the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, including the civil rights legend’s birth home. Because these American landmarks are great attractions, they make incredible memories for visiting guests and longtime Atlantans alike.
The Glen Iris Lofts are the ideal location, style, and size and a special place to call home.
Interested in another home in the Old Fourth Ward?
OTHER OLD FOURTH WARD CONDOS:
Central City Condos
Dynamic Metal Lofts
East Avenue Cottages
Enclave at Renaissance
The Square at Glen Iris
Cottages at East Avenue
Search For Homes Near Dad’s Garage
Old Fourth Ward Under $500,000