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With friends, the kids, or even the pets, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this month.
One day, Grant Park residents might be able to say, "Let’s meet at the corner of Atlanta and United."
Construction on initial Memorial Drive green space improvements is scheduled to start this fall.
Four-bedroom with farmhouse leanings is promoted as "California dreaming" for some reason.
But will the circa-1920 property’s charms trump proximity to a noisy interstate?
But the fight to save trees on the project site rages on.
The 16-building complex will offer homes starting at just under $400,000, along the Southside Trail to-be.
Century-old charms are juxtaposed with today’s convenience off Interstate 20.
When complete, more than 300 new rentals will be served next to King Memorial MARTA Station, Oakland Cemetery.
A project near Glencastle was intended to be affordable senior housing—now the controversial developer hopes to rezone for storage.
The 8,000-seat facility will play host to Panthers basketball, conferences, concerts, and commencement.
More than a dozen green spaces will see major investment thanks to funds from Park Pride.
Second finished offering at "Mercer Hill" project effuses classic style atop unfinished basement.
Where stained glass and heart-pine floors meet a Sub-Zero fridge.
Delightfully renovated property from early 1900s overlooks zoo, carries hefty asking price.
Period details commingle with modern conveniences at five-bedroom property marketed as "Grant Park at its finest."
Plans for a new green-roofed parking deck are causing consternation over the loss of 131 mature trees.
Annual "Clusterfest" is back, y’all—with a vengeance!
Sprawling property at park’s cusp has lofted office upstairs, cottage-like garage around back.
This smartly renovated 1940s property a block from Grant Park isn’t huge, though, for a half-million bucks.
Website launches for what developers envision as a pedestrian-friendly "front porch" in Grant Park, with no additional parking.
The progressive deck will accomodate neighborhood growth while providing a new amenity for local residents, officials say.