Atlanta Construction News
Photos: Summerhill overhaul soldiers on through coronavirus pandemic
While some retail and restaurants have shuttered temporarily, more are on the way.
Doraville inks deal to replace dying strip mall with affordable housing development
Officials: $50-million project is moving forward on the site of a Peachtree Industrial Boulevard shopping plaza.
Fresh renderings: Posh Buckhead condo tower breaks ground despite market uncertainty
Prices at Graydon Buckhead, among Atlanta’s largest for-sale condo offerings in years, begin at $1.6M.
First look: South of downtown, row of 11 townhomes planned with Gold Dome views
Mechanicsville project called "Vertical Row" is moving forward with prices beginning in the $400Ks.
Buckhead’s Piedmont Hospital tower to open early to accommodate coronavirus cases
The mounting public health crisis has prompted demand for more hospital beds.
In Edgewood, ‘extremely livable’ townhome row has finished, priced in $400Ks
The five-unit community cites proximity to everything from Krog Street Market to Pratt-Pullman Yard.
How Poncey-Highland townhomes next to Manuel’s Tavern are shaping up
The 550 North Highland project is planned to start in the high $700Ks.
Atlantic Station’s overhauled central park still primed for April debut
Three new restaurants are bound for the expanding shopping district’s focal green space.
Third and final tower tops out at State Farm’s transit-oriented campus in Dunwoody
The insurance giant is bringing new density to the Perimeter area.
Photos: Replacing historic recording studio, downtown’s Margaritaville tower is on the rise
The Jimmy Buffett-branded high-rise is expected to feature timeshare units and a 14,000-square-foot restaurant.
Atlanta’s development boom cleared to continue during coronavirus pandemic
A comma error almost signaled a snag in the city’s growth spurt, it seems.
Underground developer has yet to secure permits for construction at downtown site
With coronavirus precautions frustrating the city’s permitting processes, it’s unclear when cranes might ascend over the downtown site.
Can Atlanta’s development boom proceed as coronavirus shuts city down?
Homebuilder: "If this lasts more than a few weeks, it’ll be challenging for all in the industry"
Renderings: Flanked by film studio, Pinewood Forest set to debut latest retail, office piece
In the works are four stories of reclaimed brick from the 1800s.
Renderings: Near PATH400 and MARTA, 218 hotel rooms bound for Buckhead
Construction could kick off next month, barring any snags.
Renderings: South of Atlanta, movie studio that anchors growing mini-city set to expand
Look for sleek new Pinewood Atlanta Studios offices designed for making films.
Can inventive architecture and low-$400Ks pricing lure buyers to Old Town Lilburn?
The setting is described as a highly walkable Main Street neighborhood in the Gwinnett County city.
East Atlanta’s latest modern townhomes unveiled, priced from $440K
The boutique community south of EAV is called The Seven at Flat Shoals.
First look: More residential development bound for Beltline district in Old Fourth Ward
Construction could kick off at a site fronting Historic Fourth Ward Park this year, developers say.
With a strong 2019 in rearview, Dunwoody aims to build on urban development dreams
Eager to shed its suburban past, the Perimeter city inked enough deals last year to fill Atlanta’s tallest building, and then some.
WonderRoot’s former art bungalow falls as Memorial Drive’s next apartments launch
Expect about 200 more rentals in Reynoldstown, a few blocks from the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Developer: Grant Park condos neighboring Beltline, Beacon are Atlanta’s top sellers
Nearly half of all 129 units at Pratt Stacks have sold since November, project leaders report.
Renderings: Vision emerges for English Avenue’s Beltline-straddling Echo Street West
A Dallas-based developer says the key Westside property is poised to see major growth.
Atlantic Station’s evolution continues with flank of new ‘Stacks’ townhomes
Touting "exciting" views, the first option to market costs $725,000.
Atlanta council to vote on Westside building moratorium, a rare but not unprecedented move
Other metro Atlanta cities have put the kibosh on permitting and rezoning, affording them time to analyze development impacts.
With Reynoldstown’s Madison Yards, is contentious developer Jeff Fuqua getting it right?
Fuqua: "It’s designed to feel like its own small town within a larger city."
Renderings: $400K Bankhead townhomes are inking contracts as openings approach
The majority of available homes have been claimed, per developer Brock Built.
After construction mishap, repair of Old Fourth Ward’s iconic Excelsior Mill launches
Officials: Abuse of the 118-year-old former Masquerade music venue was a culprit in the collapse.
Asking $450K, four-bedroom new construction is Mozley Park’s priciest option
Due west of downtown Atlanta, the corner-lot property isn’t short on space—or porches.
Sinkhole on Beltline’s Eastside Trail shuts down high-traffic section of path
Neighboring businesses are expected to remain open, but detours must be followed.
South of Atlanta, growing mini-city moves forward with rooftop cinema, theater
Expect the first-ever cinema atop a movie theater at Fayetteville community Pinewood Forest.
City halts all building permits near Westside Park project to confront ‘rapid gentrification’
Worries of displacement have spurred a pump-the-brakes approach by the mayor’s office for the next six months.
Stressing affordable housing over parking, latest MARTA-adjacent project breaks ground
About one-third of apartments at the Grant Park mixed-use development will be earmarked for lower rent prices.
Photos: West Midtown’s first condo tower tops out, offering fresh Atlanta perspectives
The glassy Seven88 structure has risen quickly in the postindustrial railroad district.
Latest Chamblee mixed-use development will include $200K condos
Slated to break ground next month, The Gordon project is banking on proximity to MARTA and the city’s historic core.
First look: Condos from the $100Ks floated across from Kirkwood’s Pullman Yard
Early plans call for 60 for-sale units and space for restaurants, shops.
Photos: How the $130M Nathan Deal Judicial Center came together near downtown
It’s the most expensive state-funded facility in Georgia history.
West Midtown’s Interlock project could claim another $5.4M in tax abatement
Another Atlanta private development is getting more public help—contingent on a grocery story.
Images: Soon to top out, Midtown’s The Mark promises luxe living for students
The Spring Street project is further proof that housing for Atlanta scholars isn’t what it used to be.