Agent: Steel-built contemporary from 1999 has backyard riviera and 360 degree views.
It’s not the first friction GDOT has faced in its "Major Mobility Investment Program."
Ten Park East will now feature 10 full-floor residences and $2M prices, project leaders say.
Near the Gulch and Mercedes-Benz Stadium, a new for-sale option is percolating.
One-bedroom unit boasts compelling Fox Theatre and city views—at least for now.
At once-empty retail district, Wood’s Chapel BBQ is open, and Halfway Crooks Beer is on tap.
The building at the corner of 8th Street could be ripe for redevelopment along the Midtown Mile.
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Three-building concept will link to Chamblee’s MARTA station via Rail Trail extension, developers say.
Residents were booted from the Darlington apartments last fall.
Swimming holes new and old are about to be sardine-packed with hot Atlantans.
That buys space aplenty in Atlanta’s "most popular neighborhood" but no garage.
Geofencing is the latest effort to get shareable dockless vehicle users to mind their manners.
What’s essentially a four-bedroom, $940K treehouse has lingered on the market a while.
Just north of Decatur, the growing PATH system is a hidden treasure and mobility option.
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Transformation of consecutive West Peachtree Street blocks is barreling ahead.
It’s the latest metro Atlanta municipality to pull the plug on dockless vehicles.
In addition to 200 hotel rooms, the mixed-use build would bring restaurants, nightlife, and office space to the area.
The 28th-floor unit garnered a staggering $605 per square foot.
"Almost every home on this block is under some phase of construction," notes neighborhood resident.
From historic to natural settings and upscale ballrooms, Atlanta overflows with venues for marital bliss.
Cleanup at Kirkwood site has been a hurdle, but bars and restaurants are expected to debut in not-too-distant future.
Massive property an hour from Midtown offers chance to get medieval on 28 acres.
Law firm’s expected move of 250 jobs is latest happening at iconic property’s overhaul.
Area around the shuttered Peachtree-Pine Homeless Shelter is being primed for a makeover.
Renovations added a rentable apartment space in the attic, but the price could be a heavy lift.
Dewberry Group development is pitched as a modern-day classicist landmark on Peachtree Street.
It’s among Midtown’s priciest condos at the moment, but does it constitute the "ultimate intown residence"?
Meanwhile, transit advocates are still lobbying to ring the Beltline with light-rail transportation.
Mum’s been the word on Midtown’s No. 2 Opus Place tower—but could that be construction activity?
Uber and Lyft get pricey during peak party hours, so a train might be your best bet for late nights this holiday season.
Two balconies and 2,500 square feet on Bill Kennedy Way.
But the city is missing tens of millions in revenue, relative to others.
Just don’t expect excessive space here on North Highland Avenue.
Plus, some riders have been hacking the dockless vehicles to go faster.
Corner retail presence, stronger exterior aesthetics requested of Dallas-based development team.