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From street parties to massive multi-day concerts, there’s no shortage of springtime hullabaloo in the ATL.
Artwork will complement the grand opening of newest section of the Beltline and Edge project.
Three-bedroom end unit serves classic style near Krog Street Market and other attractions.
Atlanta Beltline visionary says the city must prepare for the consequences of crowding—and housing is a top priority.
Redesigning building at lower cost per square foot is one alternative, per JPX Works head.
1930s dwelling near Little Five Points encourages outdoor lounging.
The unique Lizzie Chapel Flats project saved a neighborhood church that dates back nearly a century.
Investors seek to recapitalize five-year-old project while Paces Properties hopes to stay involved
Not as vintage as it may appear, sprawling five-bedroom counts "biggest master you've seen," per listing.
Four-bedroom residence near L5P boasts walkability and charming grounds but lacks covered parking.
Girded by lush landscapes, this pioneering property from 1999 has endured a series of price adjustments all year.
This circa-1930, five-bedroom property is 4,000 square feet of potential within spitting distance of Little Five Points. But she ain’t perfect.
This week, on the eve of Inman Park’s famed eponymous festival, some thought-provoking perspective emerges on how much IP has changed since the city began crawling from the recession.
With music, food, and art, there’s plenty to do in Atlanta this spring. Options include longstanding (and quirky) traditions and can’t-miss newcomers.