FirstService Residential Welcomes MidCity Lofts and Expands its Footprint in Atlanta

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FirstService Residential, North America’s property management leader, has been selected to provide property management services for MidCity Lofts. The addition of MidCity Lofts expands FirstService Residential’s presence in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood, which includes 805 Peachtree, Spire, Viewpoint, Seventh Midtown, 1010 Midtown, Parc Vue, Ansley Terrace, Cornerstone Village, 1065 Midtown, The Reid House, One Museum Place and Condos Above the Four Seasons.

“MidCity Lofts truly focuses on the resident experience and we are excited to bring our expertise and value-added services to enhance the lifestyle of every resident in the community,” said Mark Stoops, president, Alabama, Georgia and North Florida for FirstService Residential.

FirstService Residential, North America’s property management leader, has been selected to provide property management services for MidCity Lofts.

The addition of MidCity Lofts expands FirstService Residential’s presence in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood, which includes 805 Peachtree, Spire, Viewpoint, Seventh Midtown, 1010 Midtown, Parc Vue, Ansley Terrace, Cornerstone Village, 1065 Midtown, The Reid House, One Museum Place and Condos Above the Four Seasons.

MidCity Lofts is a mid-rise condo with 132 units in the heart of Midtown. Built in 2002, it was intentionally designed to reflect that “old-Atlanta”, before-it-was-cool loft-meets-condo style. From its exterior of red clay brick and granite, the property appears to fit right in. But inside, the vibe changes, and modern comes to life with floor-to-ceiling windows, covered balconies and designer kitchens with exposed surfaces, all while eschewing “pure-loft” aesthetics like exposed ductwork and conduit. MidCity Lofts is very much a product of its time and geography: an equalizer that hits all the right notes.

Residents of MidCity Lofts have easy access to some of Atlanta’s most iconic cultural and art venues – Piedmont Park, the High Museum of Art, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and the Fox Theatre – and enjoy an array of amenities including 24-hour concierge service and security, a rooftop pool and terrace, and a penthouse sky lounge and fitness center. The glass enclosed lounge and fitness center feature a stunning 360-degree skyline view. Residents frequently reserve the lounge for private parties and events; a conference room with business facilities is also available for resident use.

As a FirstService Residential-managed community, MidCity Lofts benefits from value-added services including a 24/7 Customer Care Center, cost-savings programs, and financial and insurance services through FirstService Residential affiliate FirstService Financial.

“MidCity Lofts truly focuses on the resident experience and we are excited to bring our expertise and value-added services to enhance the lifestyle of every resident in the community,” said Mark Stoops, president, Alabama, Georgia and North Florida for FirstService Residential. In our experience managing communities throughout Atlanta, we have learned what it takes to truly excel in a competitive environment.”

About FirstService Residential

FirstService Residential is North America’s property management leader, partnering with more than 8,500 communities across the U.S. and Canada, including low-, mid-, and high-rise condominiums and cooperatives; single-family communities; master-planned, lifestyle and active adult communities; and mixed-use and rental properties. HOAs, community associations, condos and strata corporations rely on their extensive experience, resources, and local expertise to maximize property values and enhance their residents’ lifestyles. Dedicated to making a difference, every day, FirstService Residential goes above and beyond to deliver exceptional service.

FirstService Residential is a subsidiary of FirstService Corporation (FSV), a North American leader in the property services sector. For more information, visit http://www.fsresidential.com.

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