Convertible/Jr One-Bedroom Apartments in Atlanta GA

Convertible/Jr One-Bedroom Apartments in Atlanta GA

More Space, For Less Money

Spend your money on something other than rent

Atlanta is a fun city with a ton of fun things to do. So fun, that you would rather spend money doing those things - concerts, nightlife, restaurants, and more all over the ATL.

Although paying rent is a necessary evil, you shouldn't have to sacrifice space in order to save a few bucks. Enter, the junior one-bedroom apartment.

Also known as a convertible, these apartments have a similar yet smaller layout than a one-bedroom, but more space than a studio. A convertible also includes a division between the sleeping area and general living area, unlike a studio.

If you don't need a ton of space, and looking to save some money to spend elsewhere, contact AptAmigo's team of Atlanta apartment locators to find your dream apartment for you, while costing you nothing. Save time and money while finding the best apartment in Atlanta.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When an apartment is classified as convertible it usually means that the unit is larger than a studio, with the difference being there is a separation between the main living space and sleeping areas. Also commonly referred to as a junior one-bedroom, which will have a similar layout to an apartment building's one-bedroom units, but with a smaller square footage.
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