Having moved Down Under, the formerly local scribe is still optimistic for his changing hometown.
It’ll be some five years before construction actually begins, though.
The Peters Street space includes a private rooftop deck atop the circa-1920 building.
From visits with Santa to ice skating and a haunted holiday fright, these attractions brim with the spirit of the season.
Newport CEO and new EVP of development share details on changes coming to Mitchell Street and beyond.
The project follows in the renovated footsteps of the Candler Hotel, Hurt Building, and Flatiron Building, among others.
More news about longterm leases is expected in coming weeks, officials say.
Where to find unique gifts and support local artisans along the way.
Castleberry Hill landmark looks almost unchanged since legendary Atlanta hip-hop duo freshened up the place.
The "Downtown Decides!" campaign puts Atlantans in charge of transportation infrastructure spending.
At this price point, inventory is large from Peachtree Hills to Oakland City, but the properties are not.
The potentially $96 million, three-mile circuit would connect the heart of Atlanta to the Beltline’s Southside Trail.
Latest designation for 10 endangered Georgia properties also includes Atlanta’s Fountain Hall.
City officials unveiled changes this morning aimed at curbing pedestrian fatalities, increasing mobility.
The Mix tower lords over neighboring structures in and around Georgia State University’s main campus.
We’re a glass-half-full kind of city
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms promises the celebration will return "bigger and better."
It’s been two years since then-Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced the boxer would be immortalized near Woodruff Park.
Overlooking Woodruff Park, the sign’s successor is expected to be more energy-efficient and colorful.
Hampton Inn & Suites is the latest of numerous Atlanta hotels to undergo recent upgrades.
Just when it seemed the Margaritaville resort tower, as planned, was a sure thing.
City officials say the project remained on the council-approved budget
Formerly Atlanta’s tallest sky-rise, the Beaux-Arts style property is said to be "heralding a new era of grandeur" for the city.
A Margaritaville resort is slated to take its place.
It’s been more than two years since developer WRS purchased the aging retail district.
A collection of spooky tales and places throughout the metro.
The two-day festival features 50 sites across downtown, Midtown, and the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
CIM Group leaders detail what to expect, tentatively, as the Southeast’s largest mixed-use project gains footing in downtown Atlanta.
Regardless of age, there’s a lot to choose from for thrills and chills this Halloween.
The site has been vacant since a senior housing facility was toppled eight years ago.
Georgia State University is planning a makeover of the popular green space.
Following years of debate, the last design by famed architect Marcel Breuer is getting a controversial update.
Vision calls for making an extended Silver Comet the longest paved trail in the United States.
Communities north and east of downtown offer plentiful options at this price point.
Real estate firm adds Underground Atlanta-adjacent structures to portfolio of 4,000 parking spaces across the city.
National developer Alliance Residential has closed on a site overlooking former Turner Field parking lots.
The sky-facing installation is meant to complement Atlanta’s largest mural at Peachtree Center.
Officials: Expect safer streets across the city within two years.
The 1-million-square-foot addition is on track to be people-ready next fall.