The 12-are site would house a 28,000-square-foot indoor sports facility.
The 1950s five-bedroom crowns a rolling lot with fruit trees and a flowing creek.
Construction in Atlanta’s most amorphous district surges to close out 2018.
After seven glorious, lively tournaments, it’s time to move on—and accentuate the positives.
Boutique Alpharetta community described as "classic farmhouse meets Rosemary Beach."
With similar sizes and ages, these five residences from Buckhead to Grant Park vary mostly by location.
Temple Square will offer residences starting in the low $300,000s.
How about when the front yard is the Atlanta Beltline?
Plus, a Q&A with the head of developer JPX Works, Jarel Portman.
"Residents know better than City Hall what their neighborhood needs most," says councilman Amir Farokhi.
Under-construction "showstopper" near Edgewood Avenue is claiming a corner lot.