A trip from downtown to Buckhead, and back, illustrates the impact of workplace changes.
Social distancing measures weren’t universally obliged on a festive, temperate weekend.
Meanwhile, with the advent of spring, are house parties and home barbecues a good idea?
The city’s long-hyped NCAA Final Four isn’t happening, and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has created a Coronavirus Pandemic Coordination Team.
After roughly a decade of economic upswing, it’s not clear whether it’s a smart move to buy property in Atlanta. Nine experts weigh in.
"I think we’ll see far fewer on the streets," says one councilmember.
"Now that it’s clear growth is happening steadily in our urban core, the philosophy needs to shift."
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.
The Atlanta Regional Commission’s updated plan lays out a roadmap for the next three decades.
Just in general, that is. No matter where you came from, or if you were born here.
How much the 250-mile link would cost—and who might pay for it—would be the subject of a study.
An Atlanta Regional Commission survey shows nearly half of Atlantans now work from home—at least sometimes.
The three-bedroom house near Cascade has a new floorplan and woods in the backyard.
What’s worse this year: Heavy, heavy rains have strained the root systems of trees around the city.
The Build-to-Rent model is called a "major trend," but few Atlanta houses are erected just for renters.
More than 2,000 people weighed in on the dockless mobility option, and the results could guide changes.
Who wants to be trapped in an Uber or Lyft when you can ride in style with (cheaper) MARTA trains?
The Better Business Bureau has given ATL Plus an "F" rating.
The tax money should be building more than roads and bridges, they argue.
The new dashboard shows a long way to go before a goal of 20,000 units by 2026 is reached.
Major transportation infrastructure projects are in store for the next few years.
And then there were two.
Purple and gold can be spotted on landmarks throughout the city, honoring the fallen Lakers icon.
Tennessee officials are reportedly consulting with the train company about changing the way we cross state lines.
We searched the city to find the 25 best family friendly activities in Atlanta, from a puppet theater to one of the largest aquariums in the world.
Unlike some cities, though, Atlanta did become more diverse over a decade of sweeping changes, per a U.S. News analysis.
If Kansas City can do universal fare-free transit, why can’t we?
A report due in March could show a billion-dollar problem, but leaders from Midtown to Vine City are motivated to see the city finally tackle it.
The company found Atlanta’s regulations and fees insurmountable, a rep says.
Looking to spruce up your ATL abode in 2020? Here’s an eclectic slate of options mapped out across the city.
Across the city, big changes are in store for the new year.
From your community HOA to local government, here’s how you can get involved.
Loudermilk Companies is building a Buckhead Village office and retail complex despite denial for tax incentives.
Price increases around Atlanta continue to outpace those of most major cities.
Bird claims to have replaced nearly 90,000 car trips in Atlanta alone this year.
We posed one simple question to architects, planners, developers, artists, and other movers-and-shakers.
On the eve of a fresh decade, these wishes from Sandy Springs to South Atlanta could actually come true.
The ATL was also praised for its high number of Christmas tree farms.