The high-rise evolution of West Peachtree Street continues.
Now under construction, the development will produce new retail and office space.
Unique two-story from 1995 spans nearly 8,000 square feet in the shadow of Midtown.
Expect Arts Center Way to expand in a pedestrian-friendly way, too, developers say.
Could Facebook be setting up shop at the recently finished Atlantic Station structure?
Owner’s plans for property south of downtown Atlanta include tapping the "micro-wedding" trend.
Castleberry Hill landmark looks almost unchanged since legendary Atlanta hip-hop duo freshened up the place.
This $499K opportunity to be the "coolest kid on the block" has been on, off market since summer 2018.
Now finished, metro Atlanta’s most environmentally advanced structure aims to be a self-sustaining launchpad for big ideas.
The arts and design institution hopes to accommodate nearly 1,000 students with the Spring Street project.
Expect timber construction at the relatively dense new development near Edgewood Avenue.
The Mix tower lords over neighboring structures in and around Georgia State University’s main campus.
This contemporary complex has stood since 2002 alongside the Freedom Park PATH.
Despite its "unbeatable location," the custom home has yet to land a done deal.
The catch is 680 square feet and a single bedroom, but an enormous back patio comes with.
Huge Fayetteville development adjacent to movie studios is set to welcome familiar intown names.
City officials say the project remained on the council-approved budget
And Google could claim upwards of 400,000 square feet at the multi-tower development.
Formerly Atlanta’s tallest sky-rise, the Beaux-Arts style property is said to be "heralding a new era of grandeur" for the city.
Georgian-style property near Atlanta Memorial Park was reimagined by Kay Douglass Interiors.
Architects at Cooper Carry amended previous designs at the behest of Midtown’s Development Review Committee.
The two-day festival features 50 sites across downtown, Midtown, and the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Behold 17 acres and almost 16,000 square feet, just west of Chastain Park.
Solar-powered retreats at "The Nest" aim for efficiency with smaller footprints.
1950s Buckhead residence in the "Jeffersonian Classical Revival" style occupies a large lot.
Rising community will eventually entail 100 homes next to Georgia Avenue eateries and the former Turner Field.
The polarizing Atlanta home asked $1.25 million when it went up for sale this past summer.
The Brookhaven project is part of a planned $1 billion remake of Executive Park.
This 7,100-square-footer from the 1920s is thoroughly updated with modern sensibilities.
Following years of debate, the last design by famed architect Marcel Breuer is getting a controversial update.
"You can’t beat this location," the listing asserts.
Peachtree Heights East dwelling was designed in the 1990s as an architect’s personal residence.
This eccentric three-bedroom has original touches—and no shortage of color.
The eccentric space, asking $584K, was once a malt shop and general store for the neighborhood’s mill workers.
Picturesque Fischer House occupies a corner near the neighborhood’s main park—and a place in the city’s architectural history.
The home of a noted Atlanta artist and photographer, this "true gem" has graced magazine covers.