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10 best bets for November events, festivals in Atlanta

Before the holiday season takes over, check out these festive gatherings taking place around town.

Upper Westside’s latest large-scale project breaks ground near Chattahoochee River

The community will abut a new Publix shopping center.

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Updated: Atlanta (definitely) won’t score Amazon’s HQ2, but Nashville’s a winner. What went wrong?

A political spat between former Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Delta Air Lines reportedly didn’t help our chances.

Developer: Alpharetta’s new City Center debuting eateries, shops at ‘rapid pace’

"This is a community that appreciates the one-of-a-kind shopping and dining experiences that these tenants offer."

And now for pretty autumn photos of Atlanta, because why not?

It’s been a hectic week. Life is beautiful. You deserve it.

Atlanta leaders to discuss tighter rules for shareable scooters, bikes

Bird scooters and Lime bikes are here to stay, but regulations are needed, councilmembers agree.

Renderings: Reynoldstown’s latest townhome crop debuts large options in $530Ks

Rising project Madison Village on Moreland Avenue aims for February occupancy.

After city council passage, Gulch deal still faces criticism, resistance

Redlight the Gulch activists are hoping to raise $30,000 to fight the development agreement in court.

New leasing team: ‘Next evolution’ of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta is upon us

In quickly urbanizing Buckhead Village, JLL has a goal of "adding more activations and redefining luxury."

Revised rendering, details emerge for Castleberry Hill’s Hard Rock project

Hotel’s "Reverb" concept to debut in the shadow of Mercedes-Benz Stadium as part of larger Castleberry Park venture.

Atlanta declared best city in the land for singles right now

Study finds the Big Peach is crawling with Atlantans looking for love.

Portman’s third West Peachtree office project earns 10-year tax break

Invest Atlanta just approved a $110 million lease bond package for the tower development.

Following reno, traditional Buckhead manse looking splendid for $2.1M

Property from 1960s comes across as "sophisticated, yet comfortable" indeed.

After tragedy, downtown Tucker project lends crumbling building new life

Scene of business owner’s 2009 slaying reborn as comics shop on DeKalb city’s main drag.

Fresh renderings: Newport’s vision for South Downtown revamp

Newport officials are working with other downtown developers "to make sure we’re not cannibalizing one another."

Historic Lithonia midcentury modern ‘masterpiece’ by notable architect asks $400K

Created by Dean Bryant Vollendorf, this home design became a top seller in the 1960s and 1970s.

Near Atlanta airport, public-private partnership delivers 244 affordable rentals

Renovated units are part of an effort to increase attendance at struggling public schools.

In Ansley Park, condo living (yes, condo) in historic DAR building costs $325K

Flat in 1919 landmark exemplifies clean but cozy simplicity.

Photos: Downtown’s latest hotel addition is beginning to rise up

Neighboring the Georgia Aquarium, Hyatt project will bring retail space to two downtown corridors.

How Pittsburgh Yards is pioneering community-led Beltline development

South of downtown Atlanta, 31-acre project aims to be an inclusive economic catalyst.

Six months after Birds landed in Atlanta, scooter culture shows no signs of slowing

Observers suggest the two-wheelers peppering intown sidewalks are going nowhere.

Norfolk Southern plans to build $575M HQ on Midtown’s West Peachtree Street

The new location would be about a mile south of the railroad company’s current Atlanta office.

This 1930s Morningside Tudor aims to enchant for just shy of $1M

Five-bedroom property off North Highland Avenue just might charm ye socks off.

Historic East Atlanta, Midtown buildings declared 2019 ‘Places in Peril’

Georgia Trust’s revised shortlist spotlights Atlanta landmarks without renovation plans.

Election roundup: Nail-biter for governor, Atlanta taxes, and victorious brunch booze

Some outcomes were more decisive than Georgia’s closely watched gubernatorial contest.

Metro Atlanta planning pros convene to find fixes for troubled permitting process

Said the city’s planning czar at recent meeting: "We have to change .... We cannot invest in a broken system."

How to become a Beltline expert with ‘Beltline U’ degree

Applications now being accepted for those who want to further their passion and knowledge for all things Beltline.

$750K Moreland Avenue modern aims for privacy above all else

Edgewood new-build counts winter downtown views and a retractable rooftop awning

$450M The Interlock slated to break ground on Howell Mill next week

Transformative project is expected to boast "the ultimate rooftop experience," too.

Four-bedroom Oakland City remodel is sniffing an unheard-of $500K

Voluminous bungalow with MARTA and Beltline walkability aims to smash neighborhood price records.

‘Urban reclamation’ meets Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward

The Southeast’s largest adaptive-reuse project was supposed to be a cornerstone of Atlanta’s most dynamic neighborhood. Has Ponce City Market delivered?

Townhomes to add live-work component to Candler Park’s commercial core

Two-unit project by Glenwood Park vets neighbors retail strip.

After months of debates and revisions, Atlanta City Council green-lights Gulch deal

Key pieces of legislation passed by a narrow margin of 8-6.

Can Atlanta kiss its Amazon HQ2 hopes goodbye?

Credible signs are pointing strongly toward the Washington D.C. area.

Whimsical Castleberry loft with ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ connection wants $495K

Boring and cramped, this place is not.

Next stop: MARTA aims to bring transit-oriented development east of Decatur

If the transit agency can clear a zoning hurdle, affordable housing could be en route to Kensington Station.

ARC awards Edgewood, Sweet Auburn projects for ‘development excellence’

The newly built award-winners were praised for innovative designs that embrace their respective communities.

My Atlanta: Janaya Keaton was just evicted, and she blames gentrification

The Atlanta educator and mother of two loved her Adair Park street—until she couldn’t afford it.

Could 1920s Buckhead apartments be going condo, booting renters?

Tipster: Current tenants have 120 days to vacate, unless they’d like to purchase.