Stucco-clad four-bedroom off Moreland Avenue stands out.
The Nonprofit Center for Change promises an "urban-modeled Family Dollar," farmers market, and more.
"The City of Atlanta has no plans to ban scooters entirely," Bottoms writes.
Blackhall Studios is booming and ready to expand, but preservationists fear plans for Atlanta’s greatest urban green space are at stake.
These intown attractions might fly under the radar, but they all deserve a visit.
Prices will start in mid-$400Ks in one of Atlanta’s "most unique pockets," per developers.
A beef between a government agency and the master developer has jeopardized what could be a $760 million project.
The tree will live on through future plantings and art, historic preservationists say.
Gotcha officials say they’re looking for somewhere they can operate without competitors.
Claustrophobes needn’t worry in this Mediterranean-style palace described as "perfection."
One project in a very walkable area is losing its retail component, however.
Despite a location between Atlanta Botanical Garden and Midtown, 5,000-square-footer has lingered for nearly a year.
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The massive project may be in limbo, but a Flying Biscuit is on the way.
Next door to Pinewood Studios, construction is well underway on 235 acres of former Fayetteville wheat fields.
It’s a tri-level, live-work space with two bedrooms around the corner from Ponce City Market and Beltline.
Stuff your face and take a (legal) tour of the historic Kirkwood site before redevelopment begins.
This latest mixed-use development joins several others near Perimeter Mall.
Recently acquired "critical link" aims to open Beltline and downtown access for English Avenue, Bankhead, beyond.
35,000-square-foot Indie Studios will aim to lure tech talent to Armour-Ottley Loop.
1920s bungalow might be the size of a larger Atlanta condo, but the locale is primo.
In preparation, fundraisers want to create a personalized brick trail linking the Beltline to University Avenue.
Georgia’s second most populous county isn’t exactly the second coming of Colorado, however.
Activists call Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’s late-night dockless vehicle crackdown a distraction.
Downtown’s historic Atlanta First United Methodist Church wants "God-size vision" for parking lots, side buildings.
Updated 1945 home aims to maximize 1,850 square feet.
The downtown Atlanta building should be saved for its historical and musical significance, preservationists say.
From historic to natural settings and upscale ballrooms, Atlanta overflows with venues for marital bliss.
Pricey project "illustrates the disparity between public funding for flashy projects and basic city infrastructure."
Corner-lot property aims to capitalize on recent eastside style trends.
Activists have said it’s a sign the city needs better transportation infrastructure.
Agent: No other intown home lot has sold for this much in Atlanta history.
Sometimes really big ambitions don’t pan out, in boom times and not.
Keisha Lance Bottoms promises safer streets are on the horizon.
Revived classic is another example of a non-mansion listing well above $1 million in the neighborhood.
Residents, workers, and visitors have said they want the district to shift from its car-centric ways.