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Beltline moves forward with park expansion, new splash pad

Designers are sought to beef up Boulevard Crossing Park to 23 acres, create Southside Trail link.

Robert De Niro brings star power to Phipps Plaza redevelopment launch

The actor joins fellow Nobu leadership, Simon executives, and Atlanta city officials for groundbreaking ceremony.

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The ongoing (sub)urbanization of northern Decatur

Sprawling commercial district in ITP DeKalb County is virtually unrecognizable from a few years ago.

For-sale condos proposed near Ponce City Market in Old Fourth Ward

Latest batch of OW4 non-rentals could sprout in a former bar location along Ponce de Leon Avenue.

Glamorous vintage camper is your midcentury dream home on wheels

Meet the 1960s "Trailer for the rich," a restored, limited production camper.

‘Missing middle’ community asks less than $300K per home, so why is nobody buying?

Kirkwood complex was formerly rundown 1990s apartments.

Tallest Midtown office tower in nearly a decade could go vertical in January

Atlanta-based Cousins Properties just filed for a land use permit for the $200 million proposal.

Following remodel, groovy Westside Atlanta ranch aims to dazzle for $379K

"MAD MEN COME HOME!" shouts the listing.

Fifties-era Candler Park complex sets sales record along Freedom Park trail

Expect aesthetic upgrades at one of the neighborhood’s few rental communities.

Study: Life expectancy in Buckhead is 20 years longer than English Avenue, Bankhead

Atlanta’s income inequality issues have kept some residents farther from healthy food and healthcare options.

Atlanta’s tallest proposed tower could now include offices under condos

At 730 feet, rejiggered No. 2 Opus Place is (still) slated to be the city’s tallest residential high-rise.

For $390K, Westview bungalow delivers character, pays homage to original owner

Revived 1930s abode brings an unexpected loft space and soaring ceilings.

How Pittsburgh Yards is pioneering community-led Beltline development

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

Photos: How the Beltline’s Westside Trail looks a year after opening (part II)

Traveling the path from Adair Park to points north.

Buckhead bags 600 new jobs in MARTA-connected tower set for renaming

Slope-roofed Buckhead high-rise shall henceforth be called "Salesforce Tower Atlanta."

How Georgia’s governor candidates plan to tackle transportation issues

Can Stacey Abrams or Brian Kemp help save Atlanta motorists from traffic woes?

Photos: Interface’s futuristic Midtown ‘Base Camp’ is complete

With water filtration system and green roof, company’s West Peachtree Street headquarters is designed to refresh.

Atlanta City Council needs more time to mull revised Gulch deal; vote delayed

The saga with potentially $1.75 billion at stake continues around downtown’s festering urban void.

Howell Mill Road ‘complete streets,’ other Renew Atlanta plans could be in jeopardy

Shifting construction costs and design changes are adding complications to $250 million bond program.

Inside Reynoldstown condos near Beltline starting in low $200Ks

Flats at Moda Reynoldstown community are delivering at prices promised in 2017.

A celebration of Atlanta’s underrated skyline(s) in 20 drone photos

Come tour the skies from Sandy Springs to Centennial Olympic Park.

Revised Gulch deal nixes 10-year Westside TAD extension, a major hurdle for approval

City officials met with CIM Group reps last week to rework the controversial development agreement.

With 10 weeks left before deadline, Atlanta still firmly among Amazon HQ2 contenders

But time is running out on Jeff Bezos’s promise to select an HQ2 city by the end of 2018.

Overlooking Piedmont Park, two fused condos create unique $900K dwelling

Promoted as a NYC-style flat, three-bedroom Midtown offering is anything but plain.

New map of every building in Atlanta is truly fascinating

Interactive New York Times compendium illustrates development patterns—sensical and not—of the Big Peach.

Westside complex by Avalon’s developer to target ‘extremely critical housing need’

North American Properties hopes to deliver City of Refuge residential facet by next summer.

Pride and gentrification: How Atlanta’s LGBTQ community deals with development

Not all LGBTQ establishments are being embraced amidst the city’s growth. What’s the true cost?

For $3.2M, four-level Sandy Springs manor flaunts movie theater, random log cabin

This gated estate includes a 19th-century log cabin, an extra not many, if any, property owners can claim.

Photos: Atlanta Beltline’s Reynoldstown extension will see concrete soon

The Eastside Trail is clearly en route to Memorial Drive.

‘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?

Atlanta is unfortunately the U.S. capital of income inequality again

Bloomberg says Atlanta’s income disparity is now worse than all other major cities.

$485K East Lake remodel proclaimed ‘the one you’ve been dreaming of’

Hurry, the listing advises, because "houses like this one don’t come around often."

Underground Atlanta’s Post-Office Cowork business is going belly-up

The downtown operation lasted only about a year and will leave the Masquerade as the development’s lone tenant, for now.

Driller Mike crushes five-mile tunnel linking Bellwood Quarry to water sources

Soon enough, it’ll be time to fill the gargantuan Westside Atlanta hole with emergency drinking water.

At $1.6M, 1960s Buckhead redo brings twist to modern renovations

Tuxedo Park offering has "midcentury-inspired details" and other surprises.

First look: How Midtown’s latest tower proposal would lord over Peachtree Street

Renderings indicate the project would bring retail to the very corner of Eighth and Peachtree.

On ‘Greenest Cities in America’ list, Atlanta doesn’t exactly impress

The 100 largest U.S. cities were measured on 26 key "green" indicators, and the ATL finished middle-of-the-pack.

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.

Builder brings ‘design-valid spec project’ to Summerhill—and possibly beyond

The first UP-Custom offering is coming to market soon at $450K.