Atlanta Historic Preservation
For those in the mood for period detailing and very tall ceilings.
The nearly century-old funeral home is slated to be incorporated into the offices, hotel, and residences.
Recently listed, the Somar Lofts unit has a covered balcony, a "Walker’s Paradise" rating, and rawness to spare.
The event series kicks off tonight, with a webinar on downtown’s century-old Healey Building.
In the shadow of today’s Ponce City Market, the Ponce Springs area transformed into a pond, a ballpark, and then a shopping mall, as two grand trees witnessed it all.
The move could ultimately protect older buildings from the wrecking ball.
It’s marketed as a six-bedroom masterpiece in Druid Hills.
Expect a creative corporate campus and possibly more where Clint Eastwood filmed scenes for "Richard Jewell."
"This would not be your mama’s historic district, or even your friend’s over in Inman Park."
The wholesale trade center designed by John Portman should have a more engaging facade and interior soon.
The 119-year-old Victorian mansion could see new life as a Peachtree Street restaurant.
Atlanta Preservation Center’s 17th annual event series to include walking tours, open houses, lectures, and more.
Officials: Abuse of the 118-year-old former Masquerade music venue was a culprit in the collapse.
The renovated Mozley Park dwelling joins an initiative to bring affordability and sustainability to Westside neighborhoods.
Wood beams, soaring ceilings, and old brick walls—oh my!
The 10th Street relic is one of very few houses asking $1 million or more in the neighborhood right now.
It comes furnished, and the Art Deco building’s address is deemed a "Walker’s Paradise," but parking is zilch.
Both old and new, these eatery spaces shine in remarkable settings from Decatur to downtown.
The Margaret Mitchell House holds the key to a 46-story Peachtree Street proposal’s viability.
The early 1900s, restored former home on 15th Street hasn’t had the easiest life.
With Peachtree Street’s Neoclassical Revival Winnwood, the goal is to secure historic tax credits and offer twice as many rentals at attainable prices, developers say.
Northwest of Midtown, the charming cottage is a Whittier Mill Village original.
The formerly derelict Memorial Drive property is becoming a hub of activity, with a brewery and concert hall on tap.
Grassroots activism turned an infamous dump at 10th and Peachtree streets into a gathering place, christened with a six-pack of Budweiser.
A construction accident spurred worries about the fate of the historic DuPre Excelsior Mill building.
Displaced by the forces of development, the nearly 200-year-old home is stuffed somewhere in storage.
More than a century old, the red brick building is a beacon of hope on an Atlanta campus that’s suffered many losses.
Atlanta’s "birthplace of country music" has been reduced to rubble.
Historic preservationist on Old Fourth Ward structure: "The building is fixable and should be fixed."
Preservationists are fighting to save one of the oldest LGBTQ establishments in the city.
West Midtown’s postindustrial evolution continues.
Chiseling windows into the final work of famed Brutalist architect Marcel Breuer is creating some issues.
Commercial investment in the neighborhood is extending beyond the Georgia State Stadium area.
The century-old building is undergoing a major visual transformation.
The 118-year-old buildings, after updates, will aim to pay homage to days of old.
Former media mogul is set to attend a WarnerMedia ceremony to honor a legacy launched in Atlanta.
A $100,000 goal is established to quickly restore century-old building fronting the Atlanta Beltline.
The project follows in the renovated footsteps of the Candler Hotel, Hurt Building, and Flatiron Building, among others.
Castleberry Hill landmark looks almost unchanged since legendary Atlanta hip-hop duo freshened up the place.