RISMEDIA, March 14, 2008-The opportunity really is once in a lifetime in Atlanta. The Troy-Peerless building, recognized on the National Register of Historic places as one of the city’s last remaining examples of small scale Art-Deco Architecture, has opened its doors to offer individual loft condominiums for purchase.
Discerning property owners, investors and history enthusiasts have been eagerly awaiting the conversion and renovation of the building. More than 15 potential homeowners reserved units prior to the sales center opening scheduled for March 8.
The Troy-Peerless building blends industrial history with contemporary styling to offer one-of-a-kind loft condominiums in the heart of the city’s distinctive Fourth Ward of the Poncey-Highland neighborhood on Glen Iris Drive.
As unique as the Troy-Peerless building is to Atlanta, so is each residence within the building. Each unit’s floor plan, build-outs and amenities are “peerless” – no two are alike. The residences embrace an authentic loft experience with exposed brick, metal truss ceilings and original large 30-light metal pivot industrial windows throughout the building. They are being refitted with contemporary kitchens with energy efficient stainless steel appliances, European styled cabinets and the latest styles of countertops and tile.
Residences at Troy-Peerless lofts vary in size from 500 to 2,000 square feet and range in price from $129,000 to $399,000. Buyers of the Troy-Peerless loft condominiums will benefit financially from the buildings historic designation since tax rates have been frozen at the 2007 millage rate and will continue through 2017.
For more information, visit www.troy-peerlesslofts.com
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