But would the law be widely enforced?
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms made the announcement during Thursday’s State of the City address.
Congested roads lead to aggressive driving habits like speeding, rapid acceleration, and braking, study says.
The fate of "complete streets" and other infrastructure improvement projects will soon be determined.
The Los Angeles-based developer now has every piece of property needed to progress the project.
From size to interior design, similarities reign when it comes to upgrading these homes west of the city.
New study finds 62 percent of Georgians want to buy a home, but nearly 40 percent are hindered by a poor credit score.
The circa-1927 structure’s façade is protected by a historic preservation easement.
A 14-acre stretch of highway could one day score a $450 million mixed-use upgrade.
After complete renovation, the home claims to offer "modern living at its finest."
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms likened the takeover push to "an act of war."
A media director makes her home in the former cafeteria of a converted school on the National Register of Historic Places.
Despite the lack of organized opposition, MARTA’s future in Gwinnett remains uncertain.
The 50-unit project would offer an "urbanist-style setting" in the downtown-adjacent neighborhood, developers say.
These homes boast great locations, yet, even with reduced rates, cannot land solid offers.
The Portman-designed tower houses offices for Georgia Tech and others; food hall coming soon.
The 25-acre spread includes a detached apartment above three-car garage.
Complete streets projects and other infrastructure improvements are in jeopardy, due to funding shortfalls.
Now that’s a conversation pit.
The neighborhood’s transportation infrastructure needs an update to keep pace with ongoing development boom.
The city can thank its top-tier schools and nightlife for the accolade.
2019 events debut with the most "iconic" route on Peachtree Street.
Walkability to retail and Beltline leisure is real, but will a single bathroom hold it back?
Six years since the Beltline’s most popular path opened, the lighting ETA is still unclear.
Could the "Harper on Piedmont" condo conversion be a harbinger of things to come?
The cost? Priceless—sort of.
Project on future Beltline aims to echo "craftsmanship and depth of detailing that were once celebrated hallmarks."
It’s "quickly becoming one of the go-to neighborhoods for luxury modern residences," agent reports.
Report: Officials in Sandy Springs have been secretly negotiating a deal.
The unique, circa-1908 Women’s Comfort Station has sat vacant for 50 years.
Info could enable the city to assess potential risks to public safety.
Large unit, panoramic views, and top-notch amenities could be successful trifecta for potential buyers.
The roughly $10 million project is expected to break ground next year.
The 44-floor building would feature condos and office space overlooking Ga. Highway 400.
Following abandoned plans for a mixed transformation, this historic home may finally get new life.