Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Bass Lofts are creatively crafted apartment homes carved into a 1920s high school. Situated in lively Little 5 Points, each loft embraces architectural details respecting the integrity of the former two school buildings, the Classroom Building and the Gymnasium. Examples of preservation include soaring ceiling heights, original hardwood floors, authentic classroom doors and transoms, grand stairwells, and true slate chalkboards, as well as, the genuine floor and bleachers of the Gym Building. A new apartment building was added during the Bass Lofts restoration giving the property a variety of loft residences. The new building satisfies the desire for contemporary design, offering clean-lined, loft apartments, often with a mezzanine, and gleaming sealed concrete floors. Mixing the esthetics of yesterday and today, Bass Lofts has pioneered the loft movement Atlanta has to know today.