Tyler Perry Studios, where 10 Dems will face off on a primary stage, has been lauded, as controversy brewed next door.
In the works for more than a decade, the new mini-city is projected to ultimately create 10 urban blocks.
Staggering student loan debt is partially to blame, per the study.
‘Tis the season to support local makers
The nearly 5,000-square-foot flat at John Wieland’s One Museum Place is among "the most spectacular in the community"—of course.
The idea has gained momentum, but its effect on housing is hard to game out.
Castleberry Hill landmark looks almost unchanged since legendary Atlanta hip-hop duo freshened up the place.
The "Downtown Decides!" campaign puts Atlantans in charge of transportation infrastructure spending.
We’re a glass-half-full kind of city
In light of a development surge, Loring Heights neighbors call the railroad-spanning project crucial.
Six-unit Hills Park build is making creative use of small Marietta Road site.
Hypothetically speaking, what would make for a "Bigger Better Loop?"
Bungalow with "great bones" near the Atlanta Beltline is emblematic of where neighborhood pricing has gone.
What to know about the creekside, $10-million "model mile" as it readies for a December debut.
BUILD money would have helped create the long-planned segment in Grant and Ormewood Park neighborhoods.
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This $499K opportunity to be the "coolest kid on the block" has been on, off market since summer 2018.
Lyft’s departure marks the second e-scooter provider to leave the city in the past few months.
How many employers are actually on board with the program remains to be seen.
The mayor moonlights as a guitarist. The police chief’s a poet from Brooklyn. A 12-year-old girl helps lead the environmental council. That’s Pine Lake.
The potentially $96 million, three-mile circuit would connect the heart of Atlanta to the Beltline’s Southside Trail.
While e-scooters gain popularity, GDOT is finding ways to expand the highways.
Where cathedral ceilings are taken literally.
There’s plenty to celebrate about Atlanta, but sometimes, you just gotta sob.
The arts and design institution hopes to accommodate nearly 1,000 students with the Spring Street project.
Latest designation for 10 endangered Georgia properties also includes Atlanta’s Fountain Hall.
Tips for navigating a Beltline corridor—now officially open to the public and structurally safer!—that’s been cleared of its railroad bones.
City officials unveiled changes this morning aimed at curbing pedestrian fatalities, increasing mobility.
This updated four-bedroom in Buckhead lords over "the best flat backyard in the area."
Expect timber construction at the relatively dense new development near Edgewood Avenue.
Officials: For the first time in Beltline history, three major trail sections will soon be under construction at once.
The new Winship facility aims to consolidate cancer care services under one roof, replacing a parking lot.
If cranes are any indication, the subdistrict’s years-long boom shows few signs of slowing.
Blackhall Studios is booming and ready to expand, but preservationists fear plans for Atlanta’s greatest urban green space are at stake.
Sixty-nine residences are bound for Blandtown, priced in the $400Ks, developers say.
Might a tiny home or two be headed for the neighborhood, too?