Elevator giant thyssenkrupp blends elements of past designs for project under construction at The Battery.
Interior designer’s personal residence lends historic feel to 2002 origins.
Longmont, Colorado took the cake for No. 1 boomtown, per financial group’s list.
Atlanta architects TSW selected to envision dated strip malls along Roswell Road as housing hubs.
These colorful displays will brighten the entire holiday season.
Significant changes are in store for the proposed multi-use loop in 2020.
The Peters Street space includes a private rooftop deck atop the circa-1920 building.
Developer North American Properties, of Atlantic Station and Avalon fame, is heading in a different direction.
‘Tis the season to support local makers
Unique two-story from 1995 spans nearly 8,000 square feet in the shadow of Midtown.
Where to find unique gifts and support local artisans along the way.
Former media mogul is set to attend a WarnerMedia ceremony to honor a legacy launched in Atlanta.
Now finished, metro Atlanta’s most environmentally advanced structure aims to be a self-sustaining launchpad for big ideas.
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December 13 is the deadline to weigh in on projects that could determine transportation options for decades.
Spacious houses due west of downtown Atlanta are said to include captivating skyline views.
We’re a glass-half-full kind of city
This two-story from the 1940s would be a "showstopper" with a little elbow grease, the listing posits.
Photos: Touring Hotel Row, from OutKast-muraled basements to rooftops, as South Downtown construction launches
Newport CEO and new EVP of development share details on changes coming to Mitchell Street and beyond.
What to know about the creekside, $10-million "model mile" as it readies for a December debut.
A $100,000 goal is established to quickly restore century-old building fronting the Atlanta Beltline.
The Front Porch at Auburn Avenue is being called "Atlanta’s premier equity-project."
Portico Buckhead’s new name is meant to reflect the community’s location on a quiet street.
Starter homes reportedly dot the city, and millennials have become active buyers, but the first step toward the American Dream isn’t always easy.
First look: Kirkwood’s latest townhomes, the Warren and Eleanor, are under construction on both sides of Memorial Drive
Initial listings neighboring an urban forest begin in the mid-$500Ks.
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.
Current ARC plans call for just two miles of Beltline rail by 2030, transit proponents stress.
Officials: For the first time in Beltline history, three major trail sections will soon be under construction at once.
Expect Arts Center Way to expand in a pedestrian-friendly way, too, developers say.
One-bedroom near Lenox Square offers a penthouse vantage point on Atlanta without the price (or space).
There’s plenty to celebrate about Atlanta, but sometimes, you just gotta sob.
Circa-1920 home near Memorial Drive sports a new kitchen and paint.
If real estate investment’s not your forte, there’s the option of a $200,000 cash prize.
Could Facebook be setting up shop at the recently finished Atlantic Station structure?
The multipurpose facility serves as home base for the College Park Skyhawks and Atlanta Dream, with concerts planned too.
Kathryn Johnston Memorial Park in English Avenue is designed to help solve chronic flooding, too.
Owner’s plans for property south of downtown Atlanta include tapping the "micro-wedding" trend.