Mixed-use piece on Howell Mill Road, now under construction, will house Atlanta’s sixth WeWork location.
Grady High School students, DeKalb Avenue residents wonder aloud when improvements will be made.
Large community on North Druid Hills Road promotes proximity to Emory, CDC, and nature.
Students had been up in arms about intrusive construction noises at nursing school project.
Home billed as "entertainer’s delight" near Lenox Square has 11 bathrooms, enormous solarium.
Neighbors had reportedly complained about excessive noise at the Mary Hall Freedom House.
Three-bedroom near neighborhood’s commercial core aims to capitalize on trends.
The highly visible 14-story structure is slated to finish next summer.
"Homes like this do not come on the market often!" shouts the listing.
The famous oil painting will be on display once again at the beginning of 2019.
Construction on community with a "pedestrian-friendly street grid" is slated to kick off in 2019.
Neighborhood’s largest condo venture since the Great Recession is eyeing spring debut.
Remodel touts walkability to Beltline’s Westside Trail, breweries, and eats.
In the shadow of downtown Atlanta, eight-unit project aims to incorporate historic Walker Street facade.
In some places, you can order a Bird scooter to be dropped off at home, as apps are upping their game.
Near Marietta Square, cypress-clad 1950s dwelling in time-capsule condition has struggled to sell, however.
The temporary, 72,000-square-foot structure will overlook the Connector and Midtown Atlanta.
The small stretch of roadways leading up to his Fort McPherson studio could soon be retitled.
There’s no shortage of locations to choose from—for those who don’t mind smallish spaces.
Off The Wall exhibit will feature works highlighting the city’s civil rights legacy.
Pint-sized Buckhead studios do exist.
Historical Westside landmarks are "in particular peril," stresses Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
Officials say Lake Clara Meer is experiencing the worst trash problem in recent history.
Four-bedroom in Oak Grove underwent remodel with smart-home updates.
Inman Park community will rise just south of Krog Street Market.
Four cities in the Atlanta region claim top 10 slots on a list of roomiest average rentals across the country.
Keeping scooters off sidewalks is easier said than done, but Midtown Alliance says technological tweaks could help.
Five-bedroom traditional is marketed as "much larger than it looks."
What this could mean for major projects in the urbanizing city remains to be seen.
An interesting dynamic for intown condos and townhomes emerges, as Westside home prices continue meteoric rise.
Prices at the multifaceted 1200 Ponce project will begin in the mid-$500Ks.
Fanciful, humongous St. Regis condo has four separate elevator entrances.
Sprawling four-bedroom is marketed as "extraordinary," as pricing reflects.
As mayor pushes for change, bicycle activists worry that complete-street projects could be in jeopardy.
The park will boast walking paths and a hilltop hangout with seating and skyline views.