The Mix tower lords over neighboring structures in and around Georgia State University’s main campus.
But the entire property wouldn’t be included in a sale, which might complicate things.
Uncollected e-scooter impound fees could have netted more than $200K for city.
The ATL1 facility will make high-performance computing possible at Georgia Tech.
Alternately, you can rent it by the month—for $9,000.
The expansion plans call for bringing bus and train transit closer to hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Prices start at $390K where Grant Park will one day meet the Atlanta Beltline.
Reports indicate the owner of historic Kirkwood site is in the running for a riverfront NOLA redevelopment.
Also blocks from MARTA and Adair Park’s largest green space, the complex aims to help Atlanta seniors stay put.
The miles logged during the annual bike challenge equate to 4,600 laps around the Perimeter, officials estimate.
Or will the lush acreage near Lenox Square spell its doom?
School system officials raise safety concerns about GDOT’s interstate expansion plans.
Agency officials have grown the list by more than 100 projects and could soon appeal for state funding.
This contemporary complex has stood since 2002 alongside the Freedom Park PATH.
Mix of offices, townhomes, retail, and the country’s first Motto By Hilton could change eastside Atlanta bar district’s vibe.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms promises the celebration will return "bigger and better."
Lodge opening near Alpharetta’s Avalon soon is meant for when communal workout facilities just aren’t enough.
Despite its "unbeatable location," the custom home has yet to land a done deal.
Southwest of downtown, lots will be offered for development as part of Affordable Housing Homesteading Program.
It’s been two years since then-Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced the boxer would be immortalized near Woodruff Park.
More than 350 rentals are now planned for new buildings at the historic Kirkwood property’s south end.
The city’s share of income for homeownership is about 38 percent, which could be worse—or much better.
The Beltline and a strong economy have spurred considerable development in the long-underserved Westside.
Inman Park’s "Emerson" townhouse batch is rising now, with closings expected in early 2020.
Plans call for more than 100,000 square feet of loft offices and a green-covered rooftop patio.