Each unit varies slightly depending on its location within The Atlas, thanks to an effort by the developers to work with the natural features of the building. Historic features like brick walls, rough-hewn ceiling beams and exposed ductwork blend with modern elements like polished concrete floors and spacious kitchens.
Each unit varies slightly depending on its location within The Atlas, thanks to an effort by the developers to work with the natural features of the building. Historic features like brick walls, rough-hewn ceiling beams and exposed ductwork blend with modern elements like polished concrete floors and spacious kitchens. Submitted photo
Each unit varies slightly depending on its location within The Atlas, thanks to an effort by the developers to work with the natural features of the building. Historic features like brick walls, rough-hewn ceiling beams and exposed ductwork blend with modern elements like polished concrete floors and spacious kitchens. Submitted photo

Historic Crossroads building starts new chapter as boutique, mixed-use project

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