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Photos: 1960s Buckhead office building revamped and totally leased out

With trendy loft office spaces, the former HQ of Aaron’s furniture company has been updated for the modern age.

Super Bowl LIII coverage for Atlanta visitors, locals

How to navigate the Big Game madness and have some fun doing so.

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New analysis proclaims Georgia’s roads the country’s best

The Peach State, meanwhile, is called the 7th best state overall for hitting the road.

Curbed readers: We want to hear from you

We know you have opinions—and now’s your chance to tell us what you think of Curbed! Spill your thoughts in our audience survey.

What a $500K new home in Westview looks like right now

Spacious four-bedroom is described as a custom "masterpiece."

Report: Atlanta rent increases outpaced most of the country last year

With the ubiquity of luxury units and strong jobs growth, it’s no surprise monthly prices keep climbing.

As Boise booms, a city faces the curse of ‘Californication’

In the fast-growing Idaho city, residents grapple with challenges of growth and new arrivals

First look: Functional redesign, coworking planned for East Atlanta shopping center

1960s property neighboring Hodgepodge Coffeehouse set for facelift, repurposing.

Sandy Springs condos near MARTA stop are selling from the $400Ks

It’s the latest in a string of transit-oriented developments popping up around metro Atlanta.

Atlanta’s ‘Confederate’ streets are officially no more

Commemoration of changes in Grant Park and nearby neighborhoods comes on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Near Georgia Tech, bold new Midtown modern seeks $795K

Unsubtle three-story residence features a "unique" floorplan and skyline views.

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Midtown development tally includes 34 major projects right now

Construction in Atlanta’s most amorphous district surges to close out 2018.

Mediterranean-style estate of ‘iconic Atlanta civic leader’ targets $2.9M in Buckhead

Discounted, six-acre property with tennis court belonged to real estate titan Charlie Ackerman.

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Mapped: 20 great bars within stumbling distance of MARTA stations

Uber and Lyft get pricey during peak party hours, so a train might be your best bet for late nights this holiday season.

Updated renderings: Howell Mill Road’s latest big project set to go vertical

Ground broke last month on the booming West Midtown corridor’s latest development, 8West.

Roswell activists: Metro Atlanta’s most impassioned preservationists, or the NIMBYs from hell?

In the historic core of a growing suburban city, that is the question.

Report: Atlanta’s home sales have taken a 17-percent dive over the past year

But is that necessarily a bad thing for sellers in Fulton County and beyond?

Millions approved for three affordable housing ventures west, south of downtown

The efforts could produce nine single-family homes and a 130-unit multifamily development.

Trend of adaptive-reuse food halls in Atlanta suburbs shows few signs of slowing

Developers continue quest for the next OTP Krog Street Market.

In advance of Super Bowl LIII, Atlanta hotel prices have exploded

Looking to book a room in ATL for the Big Game? That’ll be about $500 per night—or much more.

Handsome, new-build behemoth in Morningside tries again at $1.5M

Spanning more than 5,000 square feet, Harrison Design project from 2017 has yet to score buyers.

On Northside Drive, 58-unit townhome project is moving forward

Developer Pulte Homes has recently become known for its "smart home" creations.

As Atlanta preps for Super Bowl LIII, derailed MARTA train disrupts travel to airport

The dilemma could be resolved today, but long lines still await travelers crossing TSA checkpoints.

Photos: Massive venue for Super Bowl LIII concert is rising

Run the Jewels to open for Foo Fighters at one-off event on Super Bowl eve.

$199K buys condo at midcentury complex near Chastain Park, Buckhead eateries

Chastain Walk property from early 1960s offers unique design facets.

New MARTA tech could usher buses through traffic faster

The traffic-light system is already installed on Buford Highway, and DeKalb County is on deck.

Atlanta’s first digital, building-top signage is live. How’s that make you feel?

Reviews have been mixed, so it’s time for a reader poll!

Could downtown’s Forty-One Marietta tower be converted to apartments?

Plans suggest the circa-1976 office tower is primed for 131 new rentals, penthouse pool deck.

Georgia Tech reopens updated library with ‘inspirational’ spaces

The refurbished tower completes phase one of the school’s Library Next project.

In downtown’s shadow, three-level industrial loft at Brushworks building costs $300K

Sweet Auburn property counts rooftop views and 95 WalkScore.

City, Midtown leaders applaud nearly $1M in sidewalk fixes, walkability improvements

Of course, there’s still plenty of work to be done.

College Park project aims to blur urban, suburban lines with houses from mid-$200Ks

Kingsland community "offers intown convenience in a desirable OTP setting," per builder.

Report: Metro Atlanta boasts six of the nation’s top 20 suburbs for renters

Chamblee stole the show, with a 156-percent renter population boom.

Minimalistic modern near Beltline is Old Fourth Ward’s latest $1M+ listing

2017 dwelling appears virtually untouched, while location is called "unbeatable."

First look: 1920s Buckhead rentals have been transformed to condos, starting in $200Ks

Mere weeks ago, this was an apartment community called Park at Peachtree Memorial.

MARTA CEO: $100B (!) in transit investment needed for Atlanta to compete

But does Jeffrey Parker’s "moonshot" goal for coming decades have a prayer at becoming reality?

Peachtree Center redo is joining downtown’s pre-Super Bowl mural frenzy

Work by French artist Hopare to debut January 31, followed by reimagined "The Hub" in spring.

New Emory PATH projects promise walkability, bikeability around university district

Two proposed trails are part of an effort to link all of Atlanta’s major universities with the multi-use PATH system.

Nonprofit seeks to rebuild after fire claims historic Chastain Park structure

Conservancy group has launched a "Restore Chastain" campaign to raise funds for a new building.