Proponents say the mayor’s recent veto clashes with goals of the city’s new transportation plan.
"It’s a great chance for someone to live like a celebrity" in the shadow of downtown, says listing agent.
Plan is to grow the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum’s footprint and create new housing.
Multi-tower development aims to activate parking lots at corner of Spring, 17th streets.
Recently acquired "critical link" aims to open Beltline and downtown access for English Avenue, Bankhead, beyond.
The ballpark and its surrounding mixed-use development welcomed new shops and eats for the 2019 season.
We’ve curated a list of the best sales to shop during Prime Day, from deep discounts on furniture to deals on brand-name items like the Instant Pot, Vitamix, All-Clad cookware, and Dyson vacuums.
Updated three-bedroom includes a rare finished basement but less overall space than one might think.
The Southern city boasts more green space per resident than any other.
The reimagined Atlanta shopping center is expected to have a phased opening beginning in 2021.
WeWork will claim entire office component at forthcoming Decatur development and part of 725 Ponce.
Proponents of the plan believe changes would have made the busy thoroughfare safer.
Buckhead’s third oldest high-rise "has been under the radar for so long."
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Iconic hip-hop group of "Soul Food" fame is celebrating something of a homecoming this month.
Sidewalk activation along Peachtree Street is the beginning of broader improvements, says new ownership.
A multi-use trail system could one day make parts of Atlanta’s "High-Injury Network" safer.
South-facing, two-bedroom unit described as the zenith of Atlanta high-rise living.
Expect at least part of Peachtree Center Road to be closed for a few weeks.
Factors included affordability, cost of living, and foreclosure rates.
Micro collection south of Atlanta is wrapping construction for upcoming tour event.
Redlight the Gulch wants to appeal a Fulton County Superior Court ruling.
From historic to natural settings and upscale ballrooms, Atlanta overflows with venues for marital bliss.
Renovated property in high-dollar location didn’t discard period touches.
At least one concerned neighbor is fretting the loss of a MARTA parking lot in the interim.
Opponents worry the change, meant to calm traffic, could make the road more dangerous.
Sometimes really big ambitions don’t pan out, in boom times and not.
The modernization project off Cheshire Bridge Road qualifies as unique.
The nearly five-mile stretch will bring cyclists, pedestrians, and others through Cascade for the first time.
Uber and Lyft get pricey during peak party hours, so a train might be your best bet for late nights this holiday season.
Four-bedroom near Zoo Atlanta is marketed as a "Craftsman Cutie."
The proposal, which includes a new convenience store, would neighbor part of the Beltline’s Westside Trail.
Despite spikes, ATL rents remain cheaper than those of most major cities, though.
From front porches to palatial backyards and big square footages, each of these homes boasts American-ness.
Say goodbye, most likely, to the hot boxes at the airport.