Imagine waking up every morning and ditching the tedious, hour-long commute. Instead, you lace up your walking shoes, breathe in the city's energy, and step out into a world where everything is just a couple of blocks away. Living in Downtown Atlanta offers a vibrant lifestyle, that’s still relatively affordable compared to other big cities. Now your weekends will include cheering on your favorite teams and going to your favorite concerts at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium or State Farm Arena, without the hassle of searching for a parking spot for hours on end. Have you heard about the $2 billion project currently being built in Downtown Atlanta called centennial yards? Spanning over 50 acres, it will house an array of restaurants, breweries, shopping, boutique hotels, and guess what? It’s all within walking distance of 210 Walker St. Trust me, you’ve never experienced a loft this cool. It’s an in-town treasure with the perfect blend of historical charm and WOW factor! Originally believed to be a carpet warehouse, it was converted into 15 unique lofts. Each unit in the building is slightly different, but Unit #8 is especially spectacular. Think towering 14-foot tongue-and-groove ceilings and a wall of iron windows paired with rich wood floors. The kitchen has been totally redone with quartz countertops and custom wood shelving. It's got everything – stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar, and a pantry that most houses would envy! Both bathrooms are freshly done, with plenty of storage, fun wallpaper, and new vanities. If you’re a book collector, you’ll drool over the library shelves that go almost all the way up to the ceiling. Amazing. With a new commercial-grade roof, a new HVAC, a new water heater, and UV-coated windows, you’ll be living maintenance-free for decades. Plus, count them, two secure parking spots, including a covered one and plenty of gated parking for your guests. Ditch the depressing drives to work and say hello to walk-able, Downtown Atlanta living. Atlanta is calling your name – are you ready? See the full drone video tour on YouTube: Search 210 Walker Street Unit #8. HOA DOES allow for rooftop deck and many residents are open to it.