Renaissance Lofts is a 16-story high-rise condominium building on Ralph McGill Boulevard in the middle of Piedmont and Courtland in Atlanta’s Downtown. The high-rise was constructed in 1974 and developed by the Novare Group offering 186 loft-style homes that were primarily built as retail office spaces. In 1996, the units were transformed into apartments and were sold as lofts.
Renaissance Lofts provides studios and one to two bedroom distinct floor plans varying in size from 488 square feet up to 1,532 square feet. These loft-style homes standard features include exposed brick walls, exposed ductwork, large living spaces, and large floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic high-rise views from any direction.
Residents of these stunning Downtown condominiums are close to parks, museums, dining and shopping areas, theatres, galleries, subway stations, government offices, educational institutions, banks, professional sports venues, and entertainment areas which include Dunkin’ Donuts, MARTA Civic Center Rail Station, CNN Center, the High Museum, Fox Theater, the Georgia Aquarium, Folk Art Park, Hardy Ivy Park, Hard Rock Café, Starbucks, CVS Pharmacy, Capital City Club, Bobby Dodd Stadium, and Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse. Schools nearby are Hope-Hill Elementary School, Inman Middle School, Grady High School, and Centennial Academy School.