Allied Factory Lofts
The Downtown building that houses the Allied Factory Lofts was originally built in the late 1800s by the Standard Oil Company to be used as a barrel making shop. More recently its uses related to the auto parts wholesale business. The lofts feature fine examples of heavy timber post-and-beam construction with both granite and brick load bearing walls. There are 3 generations of original tongue-and-groove flooring and all of the original weighted fire doors. Exterior characteristics include arched brick window openings and the original center-pivot window units.
Purchased in 1993 by W.T.G. PROPERTIES, the property has undergone continuous renovation. There are 10 true live/work lofts furnished with additional work and storage units. Located in the Means Street Historic District on one of the city's few cobblestone streets, this building is one of the truest examples of loft living in Atlanta.
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