When someone invites your architecture tourists to a combination loft tour / artists show with free stuff food, it's the perfect storm. And it's a very nice Friday evening in Atlanta. If you are already tired of reading this, just skip the bottom to see the slide show featuring the building, the lofts and the art.
Our friend Jerry Miller and his partners help turn derelict in-town Atlanta buildings and neighborhoods into places that attract folks back to in-town Atlanta. One of those areas, the northern most block of Glen Iris Drive, was home to scary, derelict buildings (with a cool hardware store). Thanks to Jerry, the block is now home to people in 3 new condo buildings, the rehabilitated 1929 Troy Peerless Building (and Cactus Car Wash). What a great town.
The 1929 Troy Peerless Building by Architect: Issac Moskowitz, is now the Troy Peerless Lofts. In those days you could expect art deco details on a commercial laundry.
It's a serious hard loft with breathtaking space and sawtooth skylights
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