Atlanta Curbed Comparisons
Both offer much in terms of space, architectural details, and curb appeal, yet buyers haven’t bitten.
These crosstown properties might be vastly different, but they do share similar prices, big spaces, and, well, audacity.
"Meticulously maintained," original, handcrafted features, and yards overflowing with established trees and shrubs, these homes boast of charm aplenty.
Both Mount Paran/Northside properties boast about school districts, spaciousness, and privacy.
Although both Buckhead properties tout great locations, neither can move into the "sold" column, even after more than two years.
Recently listed flats in the shadow of downtown Atlanta are hardly bland shoeboxes.
Starter-sized ATL dwellings serve plenty of charm, updated spaces, and private backyards—but quite disparate price tags.
These in-town townhouses share upgraded kitchens, rooftop decks, and close proximity to the Beltline.
Minutes apart from one another, two attractive listings (old and new) could qualify as dream homes.
Just minutes apart, these homes share charm, curb appeal and close proximity to the Beltline’s future Southside Trail.
Panoramic views, top-quality amenities, and prime locations all accompany these high-rise condominiums.
Despite innovative designs, sophisticated details, these homes haven’t received an offer after more than 100 days.
Walkability to Beltline’s Westside Trail, Castleberry bars is within reach for $300Ks.
Check out these properties in Buckhead, Decatur, the West End, and College Park.
Western Buckhead and southern Sandy Springs are home to some of Georgia’s costliest properties, but sub-million listings (with multiple price-chops) do exist.
Rents in Atlanta are out of control. But for those that want to be a part of the action in Midtown, there are still options. Check out three buildings in the middle of it all that offer rents from between $200 and $800 a month!
From downtown to Inman Park and Buckhead, one thing is increasingly clear: Neighborhoods determine prices in luxury apartments. Especially when it comes to one-bedroom units.