For those in the mood for period detailing and very tall ceilings.
Per the listing, $500K in price reductions means the $1.6M asking price makes "subdividing appealing."
How the subdistrict’s latest development pieces are planned to fit.
It’s marketed as a six-bedroom masterpiece in Druid Hills.
Public tours of the 75th Anniversary property continue through March 22.
An invitation to "be a part of Atlanta’s best neighborhood" and live "the true Beltline lifestyle."
Also on tap: plans for new residences to join Crescent Avenue eateries.
The 119-year-old Victorian mansion could see new life as a Peachtree Street restaurant.
This retro modern has been updated with an outdoor theater and snazzy spa bathroom.
A Canadian real estate firm has bought the 25-story JPX Works tower, citing "brilliant architecture and top-notch finishes."
This Peachtree Park five-bedroom invites Atlantans to have their own Affair with a House.
It’s the most expensive state-funded facility in Georgia history.
Designed by pioneering female architect in the early 1900s, the Decatur property has been available for several months.
The 10th Street relic is one of very few houses asking $1 million or more in the neighborhood right now.
The Poncey-Highland listing is the upgraded back half of a contemporary duplex on North Avenue.
It comes furnished, and the Art Deco building’s address is deemed a "Walker’s Paradise," but parking is zilch.
Both old and new, these eatery spaces shine in remarkable settings from Decatur to downtown.
With horse pastures and a fountain-filled pond, it’s called a European escape amidst ITP Atlanta.
This 4,300-square-footer off North Highland Avenue is said to be "perfectly executed."
Northwest of Midtown, the charming cottage is a Whittier Mill Village original.
The 1914 relic on Highland Avenue looks to join a half-dozen O4W houses recently sold for more than $1 million.
The three-level end-unit near Emory University and the CDC flaunts north of 3,000 square feet.
If realized, the Trillist proposal would be Atlanta’s tallest new building in more than a decade.
The latest on Google’s commitment, a Sky Plaza, condo sales, and street retail.
The Georgia World Congress Center project is one of two new high-profile lodging options neighboring the stadium.
The Toll Brothers development would feature separate high-rises on rapidly changing West Peachtree Street.
New York developer has changed plans around what could be Atlanta’s tallest residential sky-rise.
This 1920s Buckhead fixer-upper is loaded with intriguing features, but it occupies the neighborhood’s biggest lot.
A retrospective spanning from big-league stadiums to one controversial house.
And yes, the enormous spread near Buckhead’s Chastain Park has its own gun range.
Chiseling windows into the final work of famed Brutalist architect Marcel Breuer is creating some issues.
The sleek four-bedroom has a multitude of outdoor spaces but looks larger than it is.
Near Peachtree Heights East’s famed Duck Pond, this updated traditional aims to allure with coziness and a functional backyard.
The custom Buckhead residence is described as a rough diamond—with hardly a dull moment.
Having moved Down Under, the formerly local scribe is still optimistic for his changing hometown.
With space for startups, the 350,000-square-foot facility is on track to open in 2022.