Photo essays from all around the Southeast's rapidly changing capital of culture and commerce.
On a pleasant spring night, Atlantans heeded the call to stay home.
What started as a means to thwart thieves has evolved into a bizarre, beautiful mecca for art enthusiasts around the world.
Brewers, developers, creatives, and other entrepreneurs call the village an up-and-coming, historic gem among metro Atlanta downtowns—its reputation be damned
A major expansion could boost the limited transit system. In the meantime, it’s a good place to nap.
Some bird’s-eye-view context from around downtown and corridors morphing into development hot zones.
Now finished, metro Atlanta’s most environmentally advanced structure aims to be a self-sustaining launchpad for big ideas.
What to know about the creekside, $10-million "model mile" as it readies for a December debut.
The mayor moonlights as a guitarist. The police chief’s a poet from Brooklyn. A 12-year-old girl helps lead the environmental council. That’s Pine Lake.
If cranes are any indication, the subdistrict’s years-long boom shows few signs of slowing.
Tips for navigating a Beltline corridor—now officially open to the public and structurally safer!—that’s been cleared of its railroad bones.
A quick tour of recent development, large and small, around the upscale district.
Next door to Pinewood Studios, construction is well underway on 235 acres of former Fayetteville wheat fields.
Recently acquired "critical link" aims to open Beltline and downtown access for English Avenue, Bankhead, beyond.
Just north of Decatur, the growing PATH system is a hidden treasure and mobility option.
Seventh incarnation of indie fest skirts rain threat, closes with mesmerizing Tame Impala set.
A half-dozen major projects are under construction (with more planned) in just a few West Midtown blocks.
How one of America’s largest historic treasures was reborn to feel like high-tech 1700s.
City’s latest Icon high-rise aims to enliven Peachtree and add skyline flair.
A tour of two neighborhoods where investment—and hardship—abounds.
In ways big and small, it was a notable year for non-vehicular infrastructure.
Find the new installations under bridges, at MARTA stations, and elsewhere around downtown.
Eastside Trail projects promise an uninterrupted Beltline experience from Memorial Drive to Piedmont Park.
City marks the end of 23-year sports championship drought with rousing downtown celebration.
Plus, a Q&A with the head of developer JPX Works, Jarel Portman.
Saddle up for a tour of some $1 billion in development on a single Atlanta street.
Traveling the path from Adair Park to points north.
South of downtown Atlanta, 31-acre project aims to be an inclusive economic catalyst.
Photo essay and new renderings illustrate what $400 million could bring to Grove Park.
In several ways, this three-mile Beltline corridor is the opposite of its bustling Eastside counterpart.
Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons, and more perform at eighth festival incarnation in Atlanta’s marquee green space.
Come tour the skies from Sandy Springs to Centennial Olympic Park.
Abandoned, century-old offices will house industrial lofts and a retail corridor called "The Canyon" in the latest major investment near the Gulch.
The 12-story complex of concrete is rerouting the Eastside Trail for an immersive pedestrian experience.
The Atlanta Beltline-fronting project will debut two more tenants this weekend.
Old Fourth Ward thoroughfare with a history of ills is dotted with new projects, construction sites, and proposals.
Office stacks, apartments, and condo towers making a comeback—the heart of Buckhead has it all right now.