ATL Airport City vision calls for an eventual mega-build (with an outlet mall) beside the world’s busiest airport.
Life atop the Loews Atlanta Hotel is luxe, but it doesn’t come cheap.
A food hall and luxury dine-in movie theater are on tap for Midtown.
Neighborhood leaders have enlisted an architecture firm to build a dream for the site. This is an alternate take.
Grassroots push has raised $620,000 where a majority of students are low-income.
Rapper Rick Ross scooped the metro Atlanta mansion from foreclosure five years ago.
The Atlanta City Council passed a resolution protesting the downtown building’s razing for a Margaritaville.
Newly built three-bedroom is determined to shirk cookie-cutter condescension.
Meanwhile, complete streets advocates are calling for immediate—if temporary—action.
"Views at O4W" project, for example, is geared toward buyers who don’t want 2,000 square feet (or more).
Spruce-ups continue around the busy station, with a livelier West Peachtree frontage planned.
Listing agency: At nearly 4,000 square feet near the Beltline and downtown, this place is an anomaly.
Repurposing green space for the convenience of drivers could present safety problems, opponents argue.
Even with price reductions and en vogue MCM leanings, these examples have yet to score contracts.
This sprawling 1980s manse, loaded with design surprises, has been listed since January.
The Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts have a rich history, but what didn’t happen at the former factory is fascinating.
New initiative seeks to increase health, bring together communities.
Authorities: Woman has succumbed to injuries suffered near Crescent Avenue last weekend.
August promotion aims to pay homage to facility’s fifth anniversary and 150th year of collegiate football.
The project earned a design award, as leaders call highways the system of Georgia’s future.
Heated saltwater swimming hole with a rockin’ pool house highlight this updated 2004 two-story.
The Rockefeller Foundation initiative aims to strengthen underserved areas by wooing private investment.
A flurry of development activity surrounds the 4-acre site where Grant Park meets Chosewood Park.
In op-ed, California micromobility advocate argues that banning ATL’s dockless options isn’t the answer.
"Alexa, lock the front door!"
The ITP city bested six other metro Atlanta places for community garden, urban farm funding.
At this price point, both space and favorable locations are available.
The 60,000-square-foot grocery store could debut in coming weeks.
Priced at $1.1M in "red hot" neighborhood 10 months ago, contemporary duplex is significantly cheaper now.
Expected $80M project would echo architectural facets of nearby Canton Street, city’s historic core.
GDOT officials say they need to submit plans to feds soon to keep schedule.
Brick bungalow brings about 1,300 square feet in historic community.
The City of Milton told Brian Littrell he can’t have it that way.
Work along Moreland Avenue would also entail a road realignment.
It’s a one-bedroom opportunity to "enjoy sophisticated city living at its finest."