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Change Your World
Broadway Lofts in downtown Macon is perfectly positioned to change your relationship with the past. Our studio, one, and two bedroom apartments are housed in a historic building with an industrial vibe and future-forward experience.
Retreat to Your Ultra-Quiet, Loft-Style Space
Find Connection in the Inviting Community Courtyard
Upgraded Kitchens Well-Equipped for Chef-Worthy Creations
Where the Past Informs Your Outlook on Life
an inviting atmosphere
Let the Charming, Industrial Vibe Inspire Your Approach to Downtown Living
Discover the perfection of the past with a charming studio, one, or two bedroom home at Broadway Lofts. Located in Downtown Macon, Georgia, near Memorial Park, you’ll find modern convenience and age-old finishes. Here, in the former Happ Brothers Company sewing factory, loft-style living offers an immersive experience. Settling in at Broadway Lofts means having the on-trend features and hip perks you need to celebrate all of life’s moments – from small to big. Exposed brick walls, hardwood flooring, and lofted bedrooms will help you reimagine the mark you leave on life.
Feel the History
Macon was founded in 1823 on the banks of the Ocmulgee River and named after the revered U.S. senator Nathaniel Macon. With its proximity to the navigable river and rich farmland, Macon was a natural hub for trade in the region. The city’s fortunes were tied to the cotton industry up until WWII, when preparations for the war brought Robins Air Force Base to the area, setting the stage for a more diversified economy.
The Broadway Lofts building was built in 1916 for the Happ Brothers, who started manufacturing clothing there, a natural industry for a town rooted in cotton trading. Between 1940 and 1949, the town, and presumably the Happ Brothers Company, experienced a manufacturing boom, with industrial employment soaring from 6,500 to 16,000. The Happ Brothers Company continued to sew and distribute overalls and other garments until the late 1980s. Today, the stately brick factory stands as a testament to the industrious creativity of the Happ Brothers and Macon, Georgia.
The Energy of Downtown
This is a walkable location with all the great spots and Downtown destinations you love. Get ready for your day with coffee to go at Lighthouse Coffee Co. Practice cleansing your palate between flavorful dishes at LaDDa Bistro. Meet up for cocktails with colleagues and friends at Piedmont Brewery and Kitchen. Easily commute to work – Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard serves up straightforward access to I-16, U.S. 80, and I-75. And when life feels too busy, change your view with a stroll at nearby Central City Park. Make the loft-style apartments at Broadway Lofts your home base for your ideal Macon lifestyle.