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Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts
Embrace the historic architectural details of this former cotton mill built in the 1880s, now modernized and reimagined for cool urban living near Grant Park, in central Atlanta, Georgia. At Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts, you’ll enjoy funky industrial warehouse vibes, along with all the updated features and amenities that enhance your contemporary lifestyle.
Designer Kitchens & Historic Charm
Skylines Views Right Outside Your Front Door
Step Inside Historic Living
Spacious Floor Plans to Fit Your Every Need
Your Perfect Urban Oasis
A Historic Community & Delicious Bites
Vintage Details + Modern Amenities
Built to Impress
Lease a pet-friendly studio, one, or two bedroom apartment at Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts, and revamp your urban experience in the ATL. Our unique spaces and roomy floor plans are built to impress and inspire, with ceilings that soar up to 20 feet high, exposed brick walls, concrete flooring, and striking views of the Atlanta cityscape and skyline. Some loft-style floor plans feature a dramatic spiral staircase, while many layouts include a private balcony or patio. Air conditioning and individual climate control keep you comfortable year-round, and practical elements like the fully equipped kitchen and washer and dryer connections make every day run more smoothly.
Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts provides a glimpse into Georgia’ agricultural and industrial past. In 1881, the Fulton Cotton Spinning Company owned by Jacob Elsas began construction on the South’s first textile processing mill just east of downtown Atlanta. The Cabbagetown neighborhood grew up nearby to house the growing number of mill and factory workers. A cotton bag factory and two more mills were added in later expansions, and the plant’s name evolved over time to the Fulton Cotton Mill.
The mill was added to the National Historic Register in 1976 – along with the original surrounding houses – and continued operations until 1978. Redevelopment into a community of loft apartments and condominiums began in 1997, and Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts opened its doors to residents in 2000. Today, the weathered red-brick walls and towering chimney stacks provide the backdrop to new stories and histories being lived each day by its residents. The site has also been featured as a location for TV series and movies, including Driving Miss Daisy, Queer Eye, What Men Want, and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.
Central. Walkable. Social.
Situated near the Beltline, Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts’ central location is close to Old Forth Ward, the Inman Park neighborhood, and Fetch Dog Park. There are also many dining options nearby the beltline, including Pour, Nina and Rafi, Shake Shack and more. When you need to go further, the King Memorial Transit Station is just around the corner.