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House Envy: This stunning Stacks loft graced magazine covers; now it's on the market for $950K

House Envy: This stunning Stacks loft graced a magazine cover; now it’s on the market for $950K

This quintessential downtown Atlanta condo is so chic it was on the cover of House Beautiful, and also featured in People magazine and on HGTV. The new $950,000 listing in the Stacks has quite a list of features, as if someone spun a list of attributes—Wheel of Fortune style—to come up with every gorgeous trait anyone could want in a loft: 20-foot ceilings, custom oak cabinets and bookcases, floor-to-ceiling windows, stylish light fixtures, hardware from Paris, and an exposed-brick wall—then put it all in the hands of interior designer Alison Victoria, best known as a designer on the HGTV show Windy City Rehab.
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House Envy: This Cabbagetown condo offers an iconic piece of Atlanta’s history and unrivaled views of the city—if you build up into its 71-foot tower

It might seem overly ambitious to list a Cabbagetown loft with a galley kitchen and a single bedroom at $785,000—more than any other condo in the neighborhood has ever landed. But hear owner Brandon Sutton out.
Old Fourth Distillery

Sip local vodka and gin at Old Fourth Distillery

The distillery—which features the historic Cotton Mill Lofts and Ponce City Market on its bottles—started with just its signature sugar cane-based vodka when it opened in 2014 and has since expanded to include gin and a lemon-ginger liqueur named Lawn Dart.
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Room Envy: A kitchen in the Cotton Mill Lofts marries modern furnishings with historical bones

Nothing beats the patina of an authentic loft. John Cugasi’s condo in Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts (built in 1881) has 19-foot ceilings; 10-foot windows; and brick that has weathered a brush with the 2008 tornado, a dramatic fire in 1999, and decades of textile manufacturing. Kohl Sudnikovich, a design consultant with Cantoni, created a kitchen redo that marries modern furnishings with historical bones.

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