Meanwhile, an Atlanta-based designed firm is teaching hotel operators how to convert into makeshift hospitals.
Vernon Ormewood will offer 20 houses a couple of blocks from the Atlanta Beltline’s future Southside Trail, developers say.
The recently listed renovation described as "gorgeous" overlooks Coan Park.
"We’re all scared—of getting sick, of economic fallout, of being far from those we love—and that simple fact inspires us to make home as delightful as possible."
Fronting the Atlanta Beltline, this 2006 dwelling is a modern rendition of a two-story loft.
It’s not huge, but this three-bedroom abode on a tree-shaded lot was renovated with character.
Unlike cities around the world, metro Atlanta’s skies haven’t noticeably changed in a time of much less driving.
For those in the mood for period detailing and very tall ceilings.
On the bright side, reduced traffic has been a godsend for projects already under construction, the city’s transportation czar says.
A little positivity—in the form of 20 glowing buildings, stadiums, and signs—could help in troubling times.
Spending time at home 24 hours a day means TVs, computers, A/C units, and appliances are running more than ever.
After 2 p.m., the popular paved path is reserved for emergency travel and people going to work.
During what would have been Masters week, most Atlanta links (but not all) have closed to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Per the listing, $500K in price reductions means the $1.6M asking price makes "subdividing appealing."
The nearly century-old funeral home is slated to be incorporated into the offices, hotel, and residences.
Prices at Graydon Buckhead, among Atlanta’s largest for-sale condo offerings in years, begin at $1.6M.
The public health crisis came as city leaders were weighing stricter regulations for the dockless two-wheelers.
With COVID-19 spreading, Atlanta officials are faced with a difficult decision: to shut down a major transportation artery or let it flow.
Offering as many outdoor hangouts as bedrooms, it’s one of a dozen Rtown Lane homes.
The mounting public health crisis has prompted demand for more hospital beds.
On a pleasant spring night, Atlantans heeded the call to stay home.
The transit agency is wiping down rail cars and buses, offering hand sanitizer, and changing service schedules.
The five-unit community cites proximity to everything from Krog Street Market to Pratt-Pullman Yard.
Although none have been on the market more than a month, they’ve each received price cuts.
Southwest of downtown, the Bush Mountain property was expanded by 550 square feet.