Property Amenities and Features


Large pool with ample furniture, WiFi access, and a restroom facility onsite, all in the ruins of an old mill structure


Full sets of free weights, along with machines, treadmills, and other useful equipment are available

Roof Deck

Close-up views of Downtown provide a gorgeous backdrop for intimate evenings with wine and dinner, or with larger groups

Controlled Access

Gated, controlled access staffed with on-site courtesy officers


Reserved parking included with additional upper parking deck access. Visitor parking available

Outdoor Grills

Grills and outdoor patio furniture provide additional gathering spaces for the community and invited guests throughout the year

Around the Neighborhood

The Cotton Mill provides the northwestern border of Cabbagetown, which is an eclectic community with a personality all its own. Carroll St. runs behind the property, which houses the majority of the neighborhood’s restaurants, bars, and other boutique businesses, each with its own charm and originality. Notable mentions are Agave, Carroll St. Café, Milltown Arms, Little's Food Store, and Mary Todd's Hairdressing.

Also within walking distance, Grindhouse Killer Burgers, Firepit Pizza, Six Feet Under, Ria’s Bluebird, Tin Lizzy’s Cantina, and Le Petit Chou provide unique eating and drinking options, while Oakland Cemetery, one of the oldest landmarks in Atlanta, reinforces the historical significance of the community. Cabbagetown Park, host to the annual Chomp & Stomp chili cookoff and music festival is a quick walk from the back of The Stacks, as are several park areas in the area.

Within a 5-10 minute bike ride are Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta, Downtown Atlanta, Georgia State University, Turner Field, Inman Park Village, Little 5 Points, Glenwood Park, and East Atlanta Village. Additionally, the proposed Atlanta Beltline runs along the edge of Cabbagetown and connects the neighborhood to the inner perimeter of neighborhoods that comprise this revolutionary redevelopment project.