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Near Atlanta airport, crowdfunding initiative aims to pull off sports complex

The 12-are site would house a 28,000-square-foot indoor sports facility.

$320K ranch redo brings ‘much needed value and beauty’ to Southwest Atlanta

The 1950s five-bedroom crowns a rolling lot with fruit trees and a flowing creek.

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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.

Curbed Cup has been retired, but tell us why your Atlanta neighborhood is great

After seven glorious, lively tournaments, it’s time to move on—and accentuate the positives.

Images: Near Avalon, upscale townhome project from $500Ks is a hit, per developer

Boutique Alpharetta community described as "classic farmhouse meets Rosemary Beach."

6 new ski hotels to enjoy this winter

This year’s class of hotels is an impressive group, from the long-awaited opening of the new Snowmass Base Village in Colorado to an affordable, boutique option in British Columbia.

What $600K buys around Atlanta right now

With similar sizes and ages, these five residences from Buckhead to Grant Park vary mostly by location.

College Park’s transit-oriented townhome community set to break ground Friday

Temple Square will offer residences starting in the low $300,000s.

Can a Cabbagetown cottage with a single bathroom achieve a half-million bucks?

How about when the front yard is the Atlanta Beltline?

Inside lilli Midtown, Atlanta’s 2018 high-rise of the year

Plus, a Q&A with the head of developer JPX Works, Jarel Portman.

‘Participatory budgeting’ proposal could give Atlantans control of city funds

"Residents know better than City Hall what their neighborhood needs most," says councilman Amir Farokhi.

$800K Old Fourth Ward listing aims to continue Boulevard’s evolution

Under-construction "showstopper" near Edgewood Avenue is claiming a corner lot.

9 perfect presents for ATL fanatics

From heady reads to quirky (framable) T-shirts, there’s something Atlanta-centric for everyone on this nice list.

Shaquille O’Neal (huh?) is creating carnival, festival for Atlanta’s Super Bowl

NBA great and ATL resident says "Fun House" will be a real circus.

Norfolk Southern’s $575M HQ complex is moving forward in Midtown

Codenamed "Project Fusion," it’s slated to bring a 22-story glass office tower (and more) near Tech Square.

Survey claims to show Atlanta’s friendliest, most walkable, child-ready neighborhoods

Dog-friendliest ’hood and intown place with the most holiday spirit also part of Trulia annual roundup.

Group protesting Gulch development deal prepares for court battle

Redlight the Gulch activists say public bonds should not be used to progress the $5 billion project.

Atlanta United are MLS champions, and the parade was rowdy and proud

City marks the end of 23-year sports championship drought with rousing downtown celebration.

Report: Atlanta drivers spend more money commuting than all other Americans

ATL commuters beat both Houston and Dallas to take the dubious top spot.

West Midtown residents worry a new concrete plant will hurt environment, snarl traffic

"Dropping a heavy industrial facility into the middle of all of this revitalization seems like an asinine planning move," says neighbor.

MARTA approves commuter rail from East Point station to Clayton County

The transit agency is also gearing up to bring bus rapid transit to the county south of Atlanta.

151-year-old downtown Atlanta church offers part of property for development

First Congregational Church dangles .8-acre site, heavy on parking lots now, in hopes of capitalizing on recent growth.

For $360K in Cabbagetown, ‘sophisticated, luxurious retreat’ takes chances

With more than $100,000 in upgrades, Stacks unit claims to be a masterpiece of craftsmanship and high-design.

MARTA’s Inman Park-Reynoldstown Station to see aesthetic, functionality boost

Part of the More MARTA plan, the renovation will boost walkability to and from the train station.

‘Amazon effect’ could push Atlanta home-price spikes to nation’s fourth highest in ’19

Experts: Even for "HQ2 rejects," considerable home-cost increases are coming, thanks in part to Amazon hoopla.

At $850K, is there hope for this Virginia-Highland curiosity?

Redeeming qualities include handsome wood trim, built-ins, and tavern infrastructure.

Popular Piedmont Heights LGBTQ-friendly bar, restaurant could shutter for a bank

It wouldn’t be the first example of a queer-centric Atlanta establishment being displaced by new development.

CEO’s Spotswood Hall, among Atlanta’s ‘most architecturally significant residences,’ eyes $3.8M

Neoclassical revival estate from 1913 has designs by Philip Shutze—and $150K in reductions.

Midtown’s No2 Opus Place scores city’s thumbs up for commercial component

The 53-story skyscraper is expected to offer seven floors of office space beneath residences.

Georgia World Congress Center’s pedestrian mall project enters bid selection stage

State officials will now choose development team to tackle the project’s $13 million first phase.

How Pittsburgh Yards is pioneering community-led Beltline development

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

Priced at $550K, modernized 1920s house aims to be Adair Park record-holder

A blend of classic and contemporary, the four-bedroom property "has it all!" proclaims listing.

First look: ‘Upper Westside Lofts’ project pitched for Atlanta’s creative community

Is that a MARTA train on the roof?

Lyft unveils Atlanta’s hottest ride-hailing destinations of 2018

The list, of course, wouldn’t be complete without a Waffle House appearance.

Atlanta City Council aims to clamp down on predatory vehicle booting

Bill that could regulate car-booting industry comes after 10 months of debate.

First African-American owned crowdfund makes inaugural purchase in East Point

Plans call for an entrepreneur incubator and production studio that boosts community, leaders say.

‘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?

How a midcentury ‘mess’ was resuscitated in Marietta

Atlanta architect details a 1960s ranch renovation near Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.

In Summerhill, former Turner Field parking lots could soon be history

Georgia Avenue is looking different by the day, and a block-creating project should exacerbate changes.