Designers have made the most of this compact space, including an open concept dining area, kitchen and living area. From each of these spaces, the homeowner has a magnificent view of the Atlanta Beltline and plenty of seating to entertain friends and family.
In the dining area of this Atlanta Beltline loft apartment, a contemporary dining table and dining chairs provide seating for four. To define the space, a black and white woven rug rests underneath the table, while a contemporary light fixture adds continuity with the rest of the apartment.
The booming West End of Atlanta, home to the expanding BeltLine Westside Trail has brought an infusion of new businesses. Craft spirits venue ASW—home to Resurgens Rye, Fiddler's bourbon and a host of other locally-distilled spirits—already has a location in Midtown, but is opening a hip new tasting room and liquor destination for Atlanta's Southside.
Atlanta's West End neighborhood is one of the city's most exciting with the New York Times singing the praises of local Instagram cult burger spot Slutty Vegan and more and more dining and distillery options popping up on the newest strip of Atlanta's favorite pedestrian path, the Westside BeltLine.
The Rise of the Phoenix (serves three) is one of the savvy sips offered by Golden Eagle bar manager Jeff Stockton in a cocktail program that is as imaginative as it is delicious. The restaurant's location (with a new outdoor patio) on Atlanta's pedestrian and bike-centric BeltLine means you can walk off all of those boozy calories.