Lyric Lofts Condominiums to Open in Castleberry Hill

Residential project will bring 27 units across four floors, is a redevelopment of an existing building.
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Capital Design Homes is seeking construction bids to go vertical on a new 27-unit, four-story condominium building called Lyrics Loft in Castleberry Hill. Bids are being taken now through Thursday, July 16.

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Lyric Lofts, at 346 Peters Street, would rise on a vacant lot. Designed by Gamble & Gamble Architects, the condo’s first floor will feature retail and parking spaces. The next three floors consist of two- and one-bedroom floor plans and five two-story penthouse units with a lounge/flex space and private rooftop decks.

Other amenities will include a common, furnished roof deck, tankless hot water heaters, Nest thermostats, European fixtures and finishes, polished concrete or engineered hardwood flooring, and electric charging ports in the gated garage.

The condos will be a 20-minute walk from the Mercedes-Benz stadium. They’re also less than a 20-minute walk from Spelman and Morehouse College

Pricing has not yet been disclosed. What Now Atlanta has reached out to Lyric Lofts for comment.

[Editor’s note: an earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Lyric Lofts would be a redevelopment project. It is new construction.]

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eRosewater
23 days ago

That’s really nice architecture! Another great example of how to “engage the street” even when the project doesn’t include ground floor retail space.
 
Missing a few street trees, but I’ll give benefit of the doubt and assume they were omitted for rendering purposes.

eRosewater
23 days ago
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Oh… Just re-read and noticed the “re-development of an existing building” part.
 
Confirms my belief that our best urbanism is 100 years behind us, but still a very handsome renovation.

David P.
23 days ago

There is no existing building there. It’s an empty lot across from the Fulton Loan Office pawn shop.
And the plan is for ground floor retail as stated in the article.

I.P.30307since1987!
22 days ago

Beautiful building!

15 days ago

This is Kasia with Gamble and Gamble Architects. There is an error in this article. It says that the is a “redevelopment of an existing building” – this is not correct. It is a new building on a vacant site. For the record, to be precise, if this was an existing structure, the proper phrasing would be “renovation or rehabilitation of an existing building.”

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