It hurdles a 3,200-square-foot unit at the St. Regis for the title.
Findings show significant growth in vibrancy and economic activity since 2010 in the Georgia capital.
A city board says the signs are legal, though some claim otherwise.
Following a total renovation, this 1930 Craftsman "will leave you breathless."
Nearly 10 miles of roads will shut down for the colossal gathering on Sunday.
GetCharged Inc. has secured more than 250 charging station locations around the city.
A clearer picture of the vision for CSX’s 70-acre property should emerge in coming weeks.
This "rare opportunity" includes a two-car garage with storage units.
He says parking enforcement agency ATLPlus should look elsewhere for revenue.
Fun for the whole family, these events showcase recent box office hits and familiar favorites.
With 5,000 seats, the project would feature concerts, comedy shows, and games for the Atlanta Hawks’ G-League team.
This 10-year-old structure is the priciest modern for sale in all of Atlanta right now.
Might this be a case of sacrificing motorist comfort in exchange for pedestrian and cyclist safety?
The Living Building is expected to be open for students and staff next month.
The project would bring a new lodging option to a high-traffic site near Edgewood Avenue’s bar strip.
This traditional suburban home surprises with a cutting-edge "Spinwall."
Deemed "as close to new construction as it gets," this home contains a wealth of modern amenities.
The new grocery store will be just a stone’s throw from a Kroger at the developer’s nearby community.
Film production company Blackhall Studios is leading the charge.
A combination of abundant space and desirable locations make these properties a great choice.
That’s roughly half the office space in the two-tower complex.
Restored 1961 property designed by Kenneth Johnson is called a "jewel" of the genre.
The developments would bring a combined 700,000 square feet of new office space to the district.
Built in 1937, could this be Atlanta’s original rooftop terrace?
Townhome-office concept would replace a vacant Old Fourth Ward building in high-visibility location.
But there aren’t many surprises on the list.
On display in 2019 are homes from Inman Park to the Chattahoochee River and beyond.
City leaders are searching for artists to bring more than $100,000 of work to the station.
Some contend the prominent signs were illegally permitted decades ago.
But the proposed condo component appears to be no more.
Summertime means beach time, and these nearby escapes are waiting.
Where rents start at $1,425 monthly for 500 square feet.
Nearly 4-mile trail segment could be people-ready by late summer, a project leader says.
Customization possibilities are many with this early 1900s conversion on Peters Street.
Officials say the park will help reduce the amount of people who lack easy access to fresh food.