For Rent in Atlanta
The layout is meant to "facilitate certain types of desirable behaviors and responses from residents."
The Build-to-Rent model is called a "major trend," but few Atlanta houses are erected just for renters.
The Buckhead Village building has opened with stylized, classic looks—and rents from $1,600 studios to nearly $5,000 penthouses.
Owner’s plans for property south of downtown Atlanta include tapping the "micro-wedding" trend.
Alternately, you can rent it by the month—for $9,000.
The lavish high-rise will soon welcome residents, with rents ranging from $1,790 to more than $4,000.
Details released for an apartment project neighboring the Atlanta Stockade, while two others with manly names change hands.
An Old Fourth Ward site redevelopment years in the making is expected to welcome first residents next month.
Otherwise, the region’s most expensive rental zip codes are concentrated intown, from Old Fourth Ward to North Buckhead.
The polarizing Atlanta home asked $1.25 million when it went up for sale this past summer.
Fourteen spaces of about 400 square feet will face a planned PATH linking Atlanta Beltline to Decatur.
Developers active in Midtown and Buckhead just bought Lenox Road complexes for $42 million.
A flurry of development activity surrounds the 4-acre site where Grant Park meets Chosewood Park.
"It’s a great chance for someone to live like a celebrity" in the shadow of downtown, says listing agent.
Micro collection south of Atlanta is wrapping construction for upcoming tour event.
Where rents start at $1,425 monthly for 500 square feet.
Mix of Piedmont Avenue rentals will actually encourage Airbnb use when tenants are away.
Crowned by a rooftop pool and park, Vireo building aims to "set a new standard for elegant living in Atlanta."
What should become of a prominent building zoned for restaurant, nightclub, bowling alley, office uses?
The multifamily community will include 12 buildings right by Interstate 75.
15-story Ashley Gables offers market’s first in-home concierge capabilities, officials say.
The city’s average rent price has climbed $73 since January 2018.
For $6,500 monthly, the Haus Gables project defies expectations at every turn.
With the ubiquity of luxury units and strong jobs growth, it’s no surprise monthly prices keep climbing.
Chamblee stole the show, with a 156-percent renter population boom.
Modera Midtown, a 29-story amenity-laden apartment building on 8th Street, is four months away from the delivery of its first units; according to a press release, leasing is now available for select floorplans in the low-rise portion of the building.
When SunTrust Park opens for Braves baseball in the spring, hundreds of Bravos fans could roll out of bed, walk down the street, and be in the stadium. More than 500 apartments are ready at The Battery, offering options.
Four cities in the Atlanta region claim top 10 slots on a list of roomiest average rentals across the country.
Renovated units are part of an effort to increase attendance at struggling public schools.
Concept mixing upper-crust apartments and townhouses has been successful in Miami and Denver, developers say.
Perimeter project by Crescent Communities will be joined by another in Old Fourth Ward—and a third in mystery location.
Part of the $400 million beginning to the Quarry Yards project, "Parkside" unveiling follows a trend of cheaper rents
Millennial-focused tower "Generation Atlanta" aims to provide cheaper rents than Midtown.
The East Paces Ferry project would flaunt 124 parking spaces for electric cars and 16,400 square feet of retail.
Abandoned, century-old offices will house industrial lofts and a retail corridor called "The Canyon" in the latest major investment near the Gulch.