Five-bedroom spanning more than 4,100 square feet called an entertainer’s dream.
Offerings at $30 million district now include artisan jewelry, martial arts, and cookies, with more on 2019 horizon.
Construction in Atlanta’s most amorphous district surges to close out 2018.
Iconic Old Fourth Ward photography spot is primed for a road diet and pedestrian-friendly makeover.
Offerings near Bellwood Quarry and the future Beltline trail would start in the low $800,000s.
The once-decrepit building now spruces up a high-traffic intown location.
Increasing parking fees and fines could encourage people to use mass transit, research suggests.
Neither unit in heart of Beltline neighborhood is wanting for elevated hangouts.
Plus, a Q&A with the head of developer JPX Works, Jarel Portman.
Community members worry the proposed facility could pollute the environment and further congest traffic.
The 12-are site would house a 28,000-square-foot indoor sports facility.