Photo essays from all around the Southeast's rapidly changing capital of culture and commerce.
With its rooftop vistas and top-shelf café, The Willoughby is a millennial-friendly hub in Old Fourth Ward.
With 1920s-era accents, yet another high-brow attraction debuts on the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Between World War II and the Centennial Olympic Games, Atlanta was rendered unrecognizable.
Found-art installations around a former DeKalb County brickworks make for one surreal, spooky experience.
A distinctive—if not universally beloved—downtown Atlanta icon faces an uncertain future.
Glassy, angled, and posh, the 21-story project replaced a parking lot neighboring Buckhead Theatre.
Along one of Atlanta’s most rapidly changing corridors, a photographic tour from downtown to Reynoldstown.
Initial stretch of the Westside path is a journey through nature and postindustrial relics.
A photographic ode to a smart yet unsung Atlanta neighborhood designed with people in mind.
Vision calls for City Springs district to be the new civic and cultural "heartbeat" for this growing Perimeter hub.
Behold a sampling of the eastside neighborhood’s most vibrant walls, in 15 photos.
Five years in the making, The Kirkwood is eyeing a debut in coming months.
Growing Dunwoody campus illustrates Perimeter urbanization with MARTA link.
Enjoy/endure a visual exploration of the city-dividing Connector gulley, a year and a half after The Stitch plans emerged
15 photos from L5P and neighboring streets for no f***king reason.
The high-tech office features a two-story gym, food hall-type market, and sprawling terrace.
Following another strong Curbed Cup showing, it’s time to pay this south ITP city a visual visit.
Future Atlanta Beltline jewel is prepping for public use—and life as a crucial water reservoir—next year.
A visual ode to the Southeast’s largest cemetery, an intown gem.
A final, photographic salute to an Atlanta icon.
The metro got a visit from Winter Storm Benji, bringing a few inches of Devil’s Dandruff to a non-berserk region.
Decades of sports history (almost) reduced to rubble, memories, in just a few moments.
Atlanta’s tallest recent sky-rise nears finish, with goal of being colorful gateway to city’s arts district.
Next Monday, demolition crews will bring an explosive end to the Dome’s 25-year run.
In shadow of former Turner Field, rows of neglected structures with huge potential begin to show signs of life.
An October ode to the final resting place of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, many other souls.
Like the newest Beltline section, West End adaptive-reuse project is now welcoming the general public.
Nearly 30 eclectic, vibrant works have popped up around the ITP city, echoing other initiatives around the country.
Traffic in Atlanta is generally an unsightly mess. Until you slow it ... way ... way ... down.
Latest project by team behind Krog Street Market is eyeing a fall debut.
After three years of construction (and several delays), let the games begin.
Recent Wylie Street mural additions join a street-art menagerie along Beltline’s latest finished leg in Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown.
Move-ins have commenced at this Eighth Street luxury project where onsite perks—the rooftop dog park, for instance—are pretty much ridiculous.
Development of two parks comes as investment ramps up and more Atlantans call the neighborhoods flanking downtown home.