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Beltline, Invest Atlanta approve grants for 252 new affordable housing units along trail

The Southside Trail is slated to receive 136 units of needed affordable housing.

First look: ‘The Lodge’ planned for prominent corner where Ormewood meets East Atlanta

Venture would pull together eight properties along Moreland Avenue and repurpose a Masonic Lodge.

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For $882K, Old Fourth Ward duplex resale is chockfull of design surprises

Tri-level contemporary unit near Historic Fourth Ward Park geared toward "the buyer really looking to stand out."

Detractors: Proposed GA legislation could spike Lyft, Uber costs by nearly 9 percent

It would also tax internet-based services such as AirBnb.

A gorgeous renovation sweats the small stuff

A multidisciplinary studio revamps the circa-1980s home of a special client—a founding partner’s mother.

1940s Midtown auto shop razed for modern, high-end apartments

Developer Dezhu US promises ground-floor retail and rooftop gardens at its upcoming residential development.

Norfolk Southern aims to open new Midtown headquarters in 2021 with food hall

With official groundbreaking this week, project is replacing large expanse of surface parking.

Newport to revive Atlanta’s historic Hotel Row with pop-ups through (at least) July

The temporary addition is the latest step in the revitalization of South Downtown.

Jane Fonda’s former Poncey-Highland penthouse hits the market for $1.8M

Two-story condo near Beltline claims almost 5,000 square feet, four parking spaces.

The uncertain future of north Atlanta’s most affordable cities

Chamblee and Doraville have long been bastions of affordability and inclusiveness. Amidst explosive development, can that continue?

Atlanta City Council green-lights harsher punishments for drivers parked in bike lanes

Motorists will be liable for $100 fines (at least) for blocking lanes.

$600M Buckhead medical tower completes ascent, on track for 2020 debut

The finished product will feature more than 400 hospital beds and 10 operating rooms.

Former Old Fourth Ward church making switch to office space

Initial conversion construction is almost complete, paving the way for tenant buildouts.

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The 13 best design and furniture stores in Atlanta

Looking to spruce up your ATL abode this spring? Here’s an eclectic slate of options mapped out across the city.

Downtown Chamblee project to meld contemporary art gallery with ... a distillery?

15,000-square-foot office and warehouse space off Peachtree Road to become "Distillery of Modern Art."

Century-old Decatur dwelling brings Craftsman charms at $679K

Sizable 1915 relic stands around the corner from DeKalb’s bustling county seat.

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The 26 best things to do in Atlanta right now

Presenting 26 terrific options for exploring Atlanta during the chilly season.

Gaping hole in Atlanta’s urban fabric comes to market near shuttered homeless shelter

Development site aims to capitalize on cachet of "SoNo" district, where Midtown meets downtown.

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15 small towns near Atlanta you need to visit now

Here’s a mapped-out checklist of 15 great (little) destinations to get you going in 2019.

Gwinnett County rejects MARTA transit expansion. Here’s the early reaction

Majority of voting Gwinnettians decline (for now) historic opportunity to add rail service and beef up bus lines.

New commission will aim to honor downtown’s lost ‘Lightning’ neighborhood

Long after the community was demolished, the Atlanta City Council is looking for ways to somehow remember it.

Last unsold unit at Reynoldstown’s Mattie Branch community wants $500K even

Multifamily hub between Moreland Avenue and Beltline described as "new urbanism at its finest."

North Avenue residents are latest Atlantans to lobby city for complete streets

Petition: Current infrastructure in booming corridor can’t support growth, adequate pedestrian safety.

Five years after Mercedes-Benz Stadium broke ground, is Atlanta’s Westside revival working?

A tour of two neighborhoods where investment—and hardship—abounds.

Alpharetta’s blossoming City Center project scores local brewery

Jekyll Brewing to claim a two-level space with rooftop component at award-winning development.

Westside Future Fund secures $5M grant to support affordable housing initiatives

The money is also expected to boost local job opportunities and foster small business growth.

Pioneering autonomous shuttle to begin service at Doraville development this spring

Atlanta’s first driverless vehicle service will ferry passengers between Assembly Yards and nearby MARTA stop.

$1.6M Sandy Springs spread is painstaking homage to Georgia’s antebellum history

One of the area’s "greatest gems" was four decades in the making

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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.

Midtown’s latest sky-rise is a go over Peachtree Street

Plans indicate tower would climb 33 stories, replacing low-rise restaurants.

Lawmaker worries affordable housing options can’t handle Georgia’s expected senior boom

Legislation would create a committee to combat dearth of housing, issue of "senior orphans."

Surprisingly mod Inman Park residence aims to fetch $1.7M

Encompassing more that 5,000 square feet, it’s billed as "the intown home you’ve been waiting for!"

1940s Edgewood Avenue building on streetcar line seeks new lease on life

What should become of a prominent building zoned for restaurant, nightclub, bowling alley, office uses?

Fresh renderings: West Midtown’s first residential high-rise is taking shape

Prices start in the high $300Ks and max out at $1.75M for a penthouse.

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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.

Atlanta counted among five global cities boldly fighting consequences of sprawl

Like Los Angeles and Shanghai, Atlanta is trying to fix "fundamental error of the past," National Geographic observes.

Billed as ‘European masterpiece,’ refreshed 1930s Buckhead residence seeks $3.3M

Carriage house, decor surprises highlight home designed by noted architect Flip Burge.

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.

Circa-1930 Grant Park School razed for luxury apartments, townhomes

The old building was once home to the Atlanta Arts Exchange, too.