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Historic Downtown Loft

Helt hjem/leilighet

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Helt hjem/leilighet

2 Gjester

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1 seng


Helt hjem/leilighet

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Our place is close to the city center, airport, public transportation. A perfect place to stay for visiting downtown convention/hotel centers, MLK historic site, downtown tourist sites, sports, + universities.
We have stocked the loft with everything you need for a comfortable stay.
Located in Historic Old fourth Ward, an Inner City Neighborhood in Transition, where my husband and I have lived since 2003.
Free on street parking.


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Plass til: 2
Bad: 1
Soverom: 1
Senger: 1
Innsjekking: Fleksibel
Utsjekking: 14:00
Type værelse: Helt hjem/leilighet

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Ekstra personer: Ingen kostnad
Rengjøringsgebyr: 262 kr NOK
Depositum: 1310 kr NOK
Ukentlig rabatt: 10%
Kansellering: Moderate

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Our place is close to the city center, airport, public transportation. A perfect place to stay for visiting downtown convention/hotel centers, MLK historic site, downtown tourist sites, sports, + universities.
We have stocked the loft with everything you need for a comfortable stay.
Located in Historic Old fourth Ward, an Inner City Neighborhood in Transition, where my husband and I have lived since 2003.
Free on street parking.

The loft's Central Inner City location makes it an ideal place to stay if you are attending conventions/conferences, are a tourist wanting to visit downtown sites of Atlanta, or for business travelers. Our neighborhood is in an Inner City Neighborhood in Transition. My husband and I have lived in the neighborhood since 2003. We like to walk around the neighborhood to restaurants/bars, ride our bikes to the belt line /old fourth ward park, and take public transportation around downtown + to and from the airport.

Note: Please note the location of the loft. Atlanta is a large city with many counties that are not very close to each other. This loft is in the downtown area of Atlanta.

Please check around the loft for all of your belongings before leaving.
We are not responsible for any personal items left in the loft.
Of Course, we will try to reunite owners with items if we should find them.

Whole fully furnished private loft. Private entrance.

My husband and I have lived in the neighborhood since 2003. We are available to assist you anytime during your stay.

In recent years, the “O4W” has become a striking symbol of intelligent gentrification in the Georgia capital, a place where abandoned warehouses are being converted to lofts and small businesses are thriving–while the authentic flavor of this historic area remains preserved.
Here are ten reasons to love this ever evolving neighborhood:

1. KROG STREET MARKET is a destination for Atlanta’s intown culture – those who are always searching for unique, specialty creations. It’s designed to be as authentic as the 1920’s warehouse it’s built into. With market stalls to sell produce, goods, and prepared food, along with a few southern-grown restaurants and retailers, the market will offer Atlantans a gathering place of sorts – a locale for taking in an extraordinary meal or picking up a few inspiring ingredients – a west coast-style market

Here’s what people are saying about Krog Street Market:
•Top 11 Must-Visit Food Halls Across the U.S – Zagat
•Top 10 Spots Fueling the Food Hall Revolution – Departures
•Ten Best Food Halls in the U.S. – Fodor’s Travel

Ponce City Market. Housed in the former Sears, Roebuck & Company building, this mixed-use development is poised to become the city’s next hot spot for eating, shopping, working, and living. Modeled after Chelsea Market in New York City, Ponce City Market has already lined up top-shelf retail and restaurants to fill the massive space.

2. The Atlanta Streetcar. Atlanta’s public transportation system isn’t up to par with most major metropolises in America, but the Atlanta Streetcar is a good start toward getting it there. It’s also rekindling a link with the city’s past, when electric streetcars connected the community. The first phase of the project will link the MLK National Historic Site with Centennial Olympic Park, where further transfers can be made at the MARTA rail and bus lines.

3. The BeltLine. It started with a Georgia Tech graduate student’s proposal to transform outmoded railroad tracks line into a walking and cycling path through Atlanta. Now, the BeltLine is becoming a reality. The most commonly used section is the Eastside Trail between Piedmont Park and Irwin Street, which goes past Ponce City Market. This area is home to frequent art installations, as well as restaurants with open-air seating.

4. Epic Southern Brunch. Sunday brunch is one of the things at which the South excels, and no neighborhood does it better than the Old Fourth Ward. Head to Parish or Two Urban Licks, where you can stuff your face with eggs Benedict while watching the drama unfold on the BeltLine below. Highland Bakery is the ultimate in decadence, with French toast as big as your head, while diner-chic Home Grown, on the border of Reynoldstown, serves up the best biscuits in town.

5. Edgewood Avenue Nightlife. Atlanta’s young and hip used to make a beeline for Buckhead to wet their whistles, but Edgewood Avenue is fast becoming the place to find affordable dive bars with authentic ATL edge. Perhaps the best example is Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium (shortened to Church), where guests can people-watch or play table tennis while wearing choir robes. Mother is another popular bar, as is Joystick, where you can play your favorite childhood arcade games while sipping craft beers.

6. Jackson Street Bridge. Fans of The Walking Dead will immediately recognize the stretch over Freedom Parkway from the opening sequence of the show when Rick Grimes enters the abandoned city on horseback. The unassuming Jackson Street Bridge is frequently used as a backdrop for amateur photo shoots for fans and those looking for the best view of the skyline at all hours.

7. Street Art. Graffiti used to be an urban scourge; now it’s being embraced as a means of transforming otherwise drab brick buildings into works of art. This is especially true in the Old Fourth Ward, with the annual Living Walls, the City Speaks conference bringing in artists from all over the U.S. to beautify streets like Edgewood Avenue, Carroll Street, and Krog Street Tunnel.

8. Local Markets. Sweet Auburn Curb Market, established in the aftermath of the Great Atlanta Fire of 1917, is where generations of locals have gone to purchase fresh food. Dozens of restaurant stalls–notably Bell Street Burritos, Arepa Mia, and Grindhouse Killer Burgers–have also opened up. The Freedom Farmers Market takes a more traditional approach, setting up Saturdays in the parking lot of the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum (one of Georgia’s native sons). Pick up produce and meats from local farmers, as well as baked goods, fresh pasta, and ready-to-eat fare.

9. History: The Old Fourth Ward is one of Atlanta’s oldest areas. That’s why developers are taking pains to preserve that heritage while giving historical–but dilapidated–buildings new identities in the modern age. Ponce City Market is a prime example of this, as is the Masquerade, a popular indoor-outdoor music venue that occupies the old Dupre Excelsior Mill complex. Get a taste of what the neighborhood looked like before gentrification began in full force by touring the Sweet Auburn Historic District.

10. Community Pride. Most Atlantans are proud of their city, but O4W residents take even greater pride in their neighborhood. They come out to support events like the Georgia Marathon, which passes through the area, with pom-poms and signs. They also throw a great party, with festivals such as the Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival, Sweet Auburn Springfest, and One Musicfest.

Caroline Eubanks is a freelance writer from Atlanta, Georgia. After spending years in Charleston and Sydney, she’s back in her hometown showing others what it has to offer. Catch up with Eubanks on her blogs, Caroline in the City and This Is My South, and on  @cairinthecity.

Atlanta Street Car is a 2 min walk from the loft. Circles Downtown Atlanta and runs until 11 pm weeknights, and later on weekends.
MLK Marta Station- the Atlanta Metro is a 7 min walk away.


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- This is a residential loft. Please be considerate of the neighbors and keep noise levels reasonable. Only guest listed on the reservation are allowed to stay in the loft. No smoking or burning incense inside the loft.


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Atlanta, Georgia, USA · Registrerte seg april 2015
Laura BrukerprofilLaura er en superhost.

Hi I am Laura.
I am an RN and my husband is a retired photographer. Empty Nester's who love to travel and stay in Airbnb's. We have lived in the Old Fourth Ward / Sweet Auburn neighborhood since 2003. Our loft is fully furnished with everything you will need for a pleasant stay in Atlanta, Georgia. The central location of the loft makes it ideal for those attending conferences and tourist looking to visit the city sites. It is also perfect for business travelers and students looking for a fully furnished rental.

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