Meanwhile, an Atlanta-based designed firm is teaching hotel operators how to convert into makeshift hospitals.
Quirky, historic, holy, or just plain weird—Atlanta’s loaded with noteworthy signage.
On a pleasant spring night, Atlantans heeded the call to stay home.
Recently listed, the Somar Lofts unit has a covered balcony, a "Walker’s Paradise" rating, and rawness to spare.
The Jimmy Buffett-branded high-rise is expected to feature timeshare units and a 14,000-square-foot restaurant.
With coronavirus precautions frustrating the city’s permitting processes, it’s unclear when cranes might ascend over the downtown site.
Virtual video escapes from around the ATL.
A trip from downtown to Buckhead, and back, illustrates the impact of workplace changes.
According to the Global Traffic Scorecard, Atlanta scored worse overall—shockingly—than last year.
Expect an overhaul at the Airport station to kick off in coming weeks, with a Five Points redo down the line.
The wholesale trade center designed by John Portman should have a more engaging facade and interior soon.
A major expansion could boost the limited transit system. In the meantime, it’s a good place to nap.
Officials are working "to identify any potholes or metal plates ahead of time and have them fixed."
Light-up downtown initiative moves closer to "creating light, vitality, and activity" in the city.
Suggestions for unspent cash leaned toward bike projects, street fixes, and even Atlanta Streetcar expansion.
It’s the most expensive state-funded facility in Georgia history.
At this price point, large spaces and choice locales are options.
When it comes to walkability and transit access, downtown Atlanta shines—relatively speaking.
Wood beams, soaring ceilings, and old brick walls—oh my!
Some bird’s-eye-view context from around downtown and corridors morphing into development hot zones.
But findings indicate the city’s ballyhooed Open Checkbook system needs work.
Built in the 1920s, the former parking deck has made way for new communal space.
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 latest plan to evolve the colossal campus stitched together exhibit halls with a 100,000-square-foot expansion.
The initiatives strive to make downtown a place where people want to live, work, and play (on the internet).
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.
The customized, north-facing unit at W Residences includes $1,152 monthly HOA fees—and perks that come with.
This price point reveals a large inventory of condos with a dash of single-family homes.
The Georgia World Congress Center project is one of two new high-profile lodging options neighboring the stadium.
The lodge would top a 10-story garage neighboring the Georgia Aquarium.
A range of terrific options for exploring Atlanta during winter’s (somewhat) chilly weather.
Atlanta’s "birthplace of country music" has been reduced to rubble.
A retrospective spanning from big-league stadiums to one controversial house.
Whether a night out with family, friends, or a date, these happenings are sure to welcome 2020 with a bang.
Chiseling windows into the final work of famed Brutalist architect Marcel Breuer is creating some issues.
From an interstate "cash storm" and Super Bowl-related controversies (again), to (another) rejection of mass transit.
It’s no Times Square South, but it’s a start.
"Although rail expansion is contentious for its high cost, there is simply no substitute."