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North Highland Steel Lofts

  Rated 3.8 / 5 stars

240 N. Highland Avenue, Atlanta, 30307, GA

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North Highland Steel Lofts Description
N Highland Steel is a Atlanta Apartment located at 240 N. Highland Avenue. The property features Studio - 3 rental units available starting at $1294. Amenities include Dogs Ok, Cats Ok, Pet Friendly Community, On-Site Laundry, and In-Unit Laundry. Covered Parking parking and Surface Parking parking available. Contact us for a showing.
Floor Plans
North Highland Steel Lofts is a 239-unit apartment complex featuring Studio to 3 Bed floorplans.
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Studio 645 sqft $1,304
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Studio 688 sqft $1,319
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Studio 595 sqft $1,498
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1 bed / 1 bath 840 sqft $1,456
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1 bed / 1 bath 855 sqft $1,565
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1 bed / 1 bath 875 sqft $1,611
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1 bed / 1 bath 811 sqft $1,635
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1 bed / 1 bath 734 sqft $1,700
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2 bed / 1 bath 1,043 sqft $1,951
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2 bed / 1 bath 1,023 sqft $1,967
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2 bed / 1 bath 1,195 sqft $2,024
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2 bed / 2 bath 1,184 sqft $2,350
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2 bed / 2 bath 1,184 sqft $2,370
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3 bed / 2 bath 1,495 sqft $2,903
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3 bed / 2 bath 1,735 sqft $3,077
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* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
North Highland Steel Lofts Amenities
Community Level
Fitness Center
Air Conditioning
Dishwasher
Balcony, Deck, Patio
Controlled Access
Furnished
Covered Parking
Surface Parking
On-Site Laundry
In-Unit Laundry
Refrigerator
Garbage Disposal
Pool
Living Room
Range / Oven
Microwave
Stainless Steel Appliances
Freezer
Ceiling Fans
Cable-Ready
High-Speed Internet
Granite Countertop
Bath Tub
Secured Entry
Barbecue
Business Center
Online Payments
Online Community Portal
Pet Friendly Community
Near Grocery Store
bike rental
Virtual Walkthrough
Pet Policy
Cat Friendly
Dog Friendly
User Reviews
 Rated 1.0 / 5 stars by 2 residents
unknown user
January 5, 2017
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Wouldn't recommend to live”

There is only ONE thing that works in North Highland Steel's favor and that is location. I have lived here since 2014 and the only reason I'm still here is due to the school district. The school district in this area is one of the very best!

For as much money as North Highland Steel charges for monthly rent (which continues to rise), the current staff is not friendly and has a very non-attentive attitude for residents. Their main concern and positive personality is reflected toward possible new tenants. Additionally, they make it a point to remind you of when rent is due (which I'm sure everyone knows) however the grounds and hallways are not kept consistently clean and free from debris. I recommended to management, at their request, a year ago that the buildings needed pressure washing and the common area halls/walls and floors needed repairing and updating and it's still subpar at best. Most importantly, considering the amenities offered are minimum at best compared to other apartments, I have never understood how the ridiculously high monthly rent price is substantiated other than its close proximity to the Beltline (there's no clubhouse, the parking poses a constant inconvenience to its residents and the gym is a shared venue).

I would not recommend that anyone consider North Highland Steel Apartments as their place of residence.

unknown user
September 10, 2016
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Bad place to live”

Difficult place to move into as no loading deck,moving fans have no where to park. If you lose their plastic parking pass it costs $300 to replace. Never enough parking spaces to park by my apartment. Never enough guest parking. Fearful to get into a car accident every time I'm driving through the deck as no visibility. They charge you valet trash yet they don't give you recycle bags and don't pickup some peoples trash so it makes the apartment complex look bad. They lose packages and allow other residents to take other people's packages with no accountability. They charge a lot for utilities for such small living spaces. The rent price is a rip off. $2300 two bed apartment one bath apartment? Give me a break. This is Atlanta not the west coast.

Reviews around the Neighborhood
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Georgia Tech, Kurt Salmon Associates
Midtown: Fun, vibrant, growing
Midtown is among the best neighborhoods to live in the city. Everything you could need is an easy walk away. It includes some of the best restaurants and is a short taxi to the Virginia-Highlands, Inman Park or Buckhead.
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UNC, Bain & Company
Perfect in-town neighborhood
Inman Park is an incredible place to live. Close to downtown, Midtown, the Highlands, and both major interstates (75/85 and 20). It has a residential area feel but is still convenient to all major parts.
unknown user
UVA, Yale
Great neighborhood - walk to almost everything
VaHi is a great neighbor that works for single, marrieds, young families, and well, pretty much everyone. If you're going to live in Atlanta, make the most of it and live in this historic neighborhood that combines quiet streets and lots of trees with easy walking access to great restaurants, bars, shops, and Piedmont Park. we love it here.
unknown user
University of Vermont, UVA, Bain & Company
Candler Park/Lake Claire
This is a great neighborhood for being outdoors--lots of great parks and running areas, plus a short walk to several restaurants and coffee shops. I would recommend this area for young couples/families or for those who want to rent/buy a house since there aren't many apartment complexes around. Not an easy commute to Buckhead though!
unknown user
University of Vermont, UVA, Bain & Company
St. Charles and Highland
I think this area is the best place for young professionals to live in Atlanta. You're close to many fun bars, shops, and restaurants, and the neighborhood is perfect for running and walking. You're also close to Piedmont Park/Midtown and a short drive from Buckhead. It can be hard to find apartment/condos here with lots of amenities, and if you do, you will likely pay quite a bit for them.
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UNC, Bain & Company
Great mid-point between Highlands and Midtown
Living on Monroe Drive on the west side of Va-Highlands neighborhood was a great place. It offered the walkability of a Highlands location, but it was also only a mile down 10th street from Midtown spots. Also, Piedmont Park and Park Tavern was right across the street!
unknown user
University of Vermont, UVA, Bain & Company
Highland Walk apartments
"This apartment complex is close to the Inman Park area, which is a great neighborhood for running/walking and for dining (Highland Bakery, Fritti, etc. are delicious). Also very close to I-85 access, which makes it easy to get to the airport or up to Buckhead. I wouldn't walk around by myself at night though!"
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Georgia Tech, Trinity High School, N. Georgia, Deloitte
Great Location, but careful about noice
Great location, great price, but be careful about unit. There are a couple of rooms that are by the rail tracks and those can be quite noise
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UNC
Love the area.
Easy walk to midtown and downtown businesses and Piedmont Park. Lots of yummy restaurants and bars nearby.
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Duke
Living near Piedmont Park is great
Walking distance to a Marta stop or down into the Virginia Highlands, lots of bars and restaurants nearby, plus a huge park to run or relax in. Post Parkside had communal gas grills on a back patio that faced the park, which was an amazing spot for a BBQ almost any time of year. Also a lively LGBT community in the neighborhood.
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