The Lofts at Old Tennessee

     Construction of The Lofts at Old Tennessee, a 208-dwelling urban low-rise multifamily community with 19,000 square feet of street-level retail, will begin the during third quarter of 2021.


     Located in Cartersville, Bartow County, Georgia, the asset will consist of one and two-bedroom loft homes. Interior features include: designer plank flooring, quartz countertops with undermount sinks, stainless steel kitchen appliances, washer and dryer in every home, attractive lighting and plumbing fixtures, and spacious closets. Community amenities include: a two-story clubhouse overlooking a resort-style swimming pool with grilling stations, outdoor fireplace and firepits, state-of-the-art fitness center/spin studio, yoga studio, cyber cafe, dog park and pet wash station.

     The Lofts at Old Tennessee will be a medium-density community, built on 8 acres embedded in the center of The Highlands mixed-use development at the southeast quadrant of U.S. Highway 20 at U.S. Highways 411. The Highlands will include a hotel, restaurants, and other retail conveniences. The property will be directly across Highway 20 from the Savory Automobile Museum, a new 60,000 square foot world-class automobile museum. Immediately adjacent to the east is a shopping center anchored by Walmart Supercenter and Lowe’s Home Improvement. The Lofts at Old Tennessee is supported by numerous and diversified demand drivers: Cartersville Medical Center, Georgia Highlands College, Clarence Brown Conference Center, and nearby major employment areas of Rome, Kennesaw, Marietta, and the greater Atlanta metropolitan area.


     The Lofts at Old Tennessee is positioned to add new supply in a market with a significant housing deficit, while providing a walkable community to renters-by-necessity.

Developer: One Stone Realty

Project Architect: FMK Architects

Civil Engineer: Stephenson Engineering

Landscape Design: J. Lancaster Associates