Why Live Here?
- You prefer authentic one-of-a kind spaces vs. formulaic apartments
- You love the natural light of larger windows and tall ceilings
- You want a walkable lifestyle
- You enjoy a sense of community where residents know each other
- You want to select a location where you might be comfortable for years
- You would live in Greenwich Village, Tri-beca or SoHo if you lived in New York
"LOVE this place. After buying a house, only to discover there were things about being a homeowner that we definitely DID not like, we've returned to the land of renting and could not be happier to have found a home at Bass Lofts. The location is one of the best reasons for living at Bass - especially now that the Beltline is up and running- we can bike or walk to Piedmont Park and all the fun places in-between in no time. In addition to the proximity to the Beltline there are numerous restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores and so much more all within walking distance. Bass has a great diversity of residents: old, young, professional, artists and everything in between. Lots of animal lovers (VERY dog friendly with an on-site dog park and responsible dog owners). There's the gated parking we love, the pool, the unique atmosphere of living on a property that was once a high school. The management and service staff are amazing! They make living here comfortable and fun and are always planning different resident events like movie screenings in the old high school theatre, big bonfire bbq's out by the fire pit and coming this spring our very own Kickball team for the city league. For anyone that is looking for the "Aurora Coffee" of apartment living, you've found it! If you're more of a corporate "Starbucks" type, then you'd be better served at one of the massive new construction projects like AMLI. Bass is for anyone who loves community, loves a unique living experience, wants an excellent location in a very busy city and enjoys the personal service that can be offered by an independently-owned property management that actually cares about its tenants."
"Bass Lofts is a unique place to call home. Being an old high school, no two units are the same. Many of the apartments have kept old classroom accents (some even still have chalkboards!). Despite it being a historic property, I've never had a problem with maintenance, management has always been accessible and prompt when needed, and they've always been attentive to requests. The leasing office is very prompt in notification of the arrival of packages, and they give you plenty of notice when staff needs to stop by for periodic service calls.
As for day-to-day living, the amenities are on par with newer construction in the area. There's a very well-kept pool area, gym and laundry, and many units have washer/dryer connections. The common areas are all nicely-appointed and tended to. The management company has made significant strides to continually improve the living experience here.
If you're a new arrival, you'll soon discover that this complex has some of the friendliest tenants in town. The neighborly feel in this place is fantastic. Many of us are involved in area causes and events (mostly comprised of fun and games) and you'll never find a shortage of things to do or places to go. There's plenty to keep you interested in what's going on in the area, and the management also hosts on-property events, including parade parties, movie nights and holiday gatherings.
I've lived here for a decade now, and every year I renew it becomes more difficult to even consider going elsewhere. Little Five Points is a famous Atlanta tourist stop, but if you choose to live here, you'll also find that it s a quirky small town with a playful vibe that's conveniently located in a large city; and it's one of the few areas in Atlanta where you can get just about everywhere you want to go on foot or by bike. If you move to Bass, you'll pretty much be in the center of it all. Inman Park / Reynoldstown Station is about an eighth of a mile away, and buses and taxis are usually available, as well. Nightlife and shopping are practically right outside your door, and if you're a foodie, there are a number of "can't-miss" restaurants in the area. Freedom Park and the recently-constructed Beltline are both nearby, and are great places to visit whenever you feel like you need to stretch your legs or take your pup for a walk. Atlanta is a great city to call home, but living at Bass makes it even better. "