Inman Alley: Not Your Ordinary Office

Inman Alley commercial condominiums are not your ordinary offices. The original building was built in the 1890s as a cotton warehouse, and in 1941 the Clorox Company bought the building for its 4th production facility in the United States. Now intricately restored and enhanced by an award winning team of architects and planners, the 41,141 square foot, loft-style building offers some the most interesting and unique offices available in all of Metro Atlanta. Set in the heart of Inman Park, alongside the proposed Atlanta Beltline and steps from the hugely successful Stove Works and Inman Park Village developments, Inman Alley offers a truly unique office opportunity for entrepreneurs and professionals.

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Project Highlights

Custom designed floor plans
Private bathrooms
Individual control of heating and air systems
Large, expansive glass windows
Balconies and patio spaces
Exposed brick walls
Ceiling heights up to 21 feet
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