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Meet a totally livable, discounted Atlanta condo asking $205K

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Of this edition Unsung Atlanta Condo Building of Interesting place It Still may be eligible for a reasonable priceHead to the eastern end of downtown, the border between Piedmont Avenue and the Old Force Ward.

Here is the 16-story Renaissance Loft. This is an old office building in 1974 (now painted in fashionable gray-white) and has been converted into 186 homes in time for the 100th Anniversary Olympics.

The cheapest mid-rise condos on the market today for 120 Ralph McGillboulevards have a discount of $ 205,000 and enough upgrades to be considered “beautiful” on the list.


Photo by ATL Royal Service; Courtesy of Century 21 Intown

Unit 314 may not be suitable for a family (or catty couple), but it can represent one foot of a downtown homeowner’s door and lives large because it’s only 551 square feet. This is due to the 11-foot ceiling, the lack of traditional walls, and the bright white paint scheme.

It Listed It returned for $ 215,000 in late April and was discounted $ 10,000 earlier this month. This makes the cheapest active list in the building $ 80,000, but of course the smallest.


Photo by ATL Royal Service; Courtesy of Century 21 Intown

Thoroughly refurbished (see Quartz Countertops, Built-in Shelf, Customized California Closet), the condominiums are classified as one bedroom with one full bathroom. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in healthy natural light in addition to downtown views.

The $ 279 / month HOA fee isn’t exactly worth the flinch, as you would expect in such a price range. Additional benefits include 24-hour security, certificated garage parking, visitor parking, and a smart lock system that can be operated with a smartphone.

According to sales records, this particular condo was last traded in 2018 for only $ 123,000.


Photo by ATL Royal Service; Courtesy of Century 21 Intown

Building facilities include a large gym, business center, meeting room, EV charger, onsite real estate manager, and what is called an Olympic-sized swimming pool. The lack of a balcony is a knock in Atlanta, but there’s not much you can do in a 1970s office building.

Mary MuhammadCentury21 Intown Realtor, list.. Swing towards the gallery and take a closer look.

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