1950s Buckhead residence in the "Jeffersonian Classical Revival" style occupies a large lot.
Rising community will eventually entail 100 homes next to Georgia Avenue eateries and the former Turner Field.
The Federal Highway Administration has claimed the colorful walkways can be a safety hazard.
Near Lakewood amphitheater, construction is set to begin in 2020 on the first of more than 100 homes.
Conditions in recent months constitute an "extreme drought" in North Georgia.
The Oliver Street community will offer 30 residences off Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway.
A package of legislation passed in California may accelerate the creation of new housing in single-family neighborhoods
This "exquisite" three-bedroom on the neighborhood’s south end was initially listed for $125K cheaper.
Yet again, "We full" has been shown to be inaccurate, or wishful thinking.
There’s plenty to celebrate about Atlanta, but sometimes, you just gotta sob.
"CARS RUIN CITIES" probably won’t make it through the censors.
In honor of the "Decatur, Open for Business" campaign, which will soon be everywhere.
Reclaimed wood and scalloped brick ceilings are among the surprises at this personal residence of a Gwinnett-based builder.
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The site has been vacant since a senior housing facility was toppled eight years ago.
Georgia State University is planning a makeover of the popular green space.
Tips for navigating a Beltline corridor—now officially open to the public and structurally safer!—that’s been cleared of its railroad bones.
The Midtown Development Review Committee recommended changes to the project’s ground-floor experience.
Maybe it’s a gem in the rough, but it’s quintessentially C-town.
An Old Fourth Ward site redevelopment years in the making is expected to welcome first residents next month.
More than 30 miles of multi-use trails could be bound for the northern suburb.
Three-bedroom bungalow stands between the neighborhood’s MARTA hub and Beltline’s Westside Trail.
The road-creating projects have been a point of contention among Perimeter city, OTP officials.
If cranes are any indication, the subdistrict’s years-long boom shows few signs of slowing.
A Kimpton boutique hotel with three restaurants will be developed by Portman Holdings.
Otherwise, the region’s most expensive rental zip codes are concentrated intown, from Old Fourth Ward to North Buckhead.
The polarizing Atlanta home asked $1.25 million when it went up for sale this past summer.
This corner unit at The Metropolitan in Buckhead counts nearly 4,000 square feet and—naturally—an elevator.
The Brookhaven project is part of a planned $1 billion remake of Executive Park.
Blackhall Studios is booming and ready to expand, but preservationists fear plans for Atlanta’s greatest urban green space are at stake.
Just about everything a movie producer could need for a shoot.
And advocates for good urbanism aren’t upset about it.
Builder: The project represents a fresh take on new home offerings in Atlanta’s southwest communities.
This 7,100-square-footer from the 1920s is thoroughly updated with modern sensibilities.
Joining a groundswell of development in the area, the tower is adding a floor per week, officials say.