The five-unit community cites proximity to everything from Krog Street Market to Pratt-Pullman Yard.
Amid coronavirus concerns and wobbling market, intown neighborhoods are dotted with pre-sale listings.
From Buckhead to Sylvan Hills, housing prices within ITP Atlanta continue to rise, but attractive, cheaper condos and houses are available.
Despite complaints, this rainbowed bungalow aims to help neighbors and make statements on a street that’s emblematic of a changing Atlanta.
Expect 102 high-end units at the corner of La France Street and Arizona Avenue.
Now priced at $560K, the "stylish and modern, yet elegant" townhome has been listed since July.
Some $1.5 billion of development is still bound for the bustling corridor.
Redone property from early 1900s counts 1,500 square feet.
Space is limited at this price, but location is more varied, depending on property type.
The latest in a wave of La France Street developments will be walkable to transit.
At least one concerned neighbor is fretting the loss of a MARTA parking lot in the interim.
Serving as president of tvsdesign since 2017, Simpson says Atlanta is (finally) focused on the pedestrian experience.
Tall, slender "Caboose House" is designed to create an intown treehouse experience.
The program helped guide more than $1.5 billion in private investment to the busy thoroughfare.
Edgewood project called "The Row on Wylie" is under construction off Moreland Avenue.
By riding "the street they fear most," cycling community aims to call attention to complete streets initiative.
"There is almost no other townhome at this price-point in that market," says owner.
The four-bedroom’s hillside location is called "the best street in Edgewood."
Walkability to retail and Beltline leisure is real, but will a single bathroom hold it back?
But where are the much-needed bike lanes?
Kronberg Wall is calling for "complete streets" projects along the problematic corridor.
13-foot ceilings allow for elevated bedroom (sort of) near neighborhood’s MARTA station.
Refreshed and mostly leased, Atlantic Shopping Center joins significant changes on Memorial Drive corridor.
June event will span from Decatur to (almost) Buckhead; meanwhile, voting to pick Southwest Atlanta route is sought.
Edgewood new-build counts winter downtown views and a retractable rooftop awning
The newly built award-winners were praised for innovative designs that embrace their respective communities.
We’ve got five options, from East Atlanta to Kirkwood.
Rail-connected project for Atlanta youth dance group is scheduled to break ground Thursday.
The new plan maps out $2.7 billion in transit expansion projects.
Described as "A MUST SEE," house hasn’t budged in six months, despite being one of the neighborhood’s cheapest.
These crosstown properties might be vastly different, but they do share similar prices, big spaces, and, well, audacity.
It won’t have food or liquor just yet, but West Midtown’s Firelight Coffee will be brewin’ there.
All boast of stunning interiors, gorgeous outdoor spaces, and, of course, highly desirable locations.
Forthcoming design festival pilgrimage will highlight the latest and greatest in ATL home architecture.
Customized La France Street resale includes a lounge room with mirrored bar and four-car garage.
In MARTA’s quest to erase half-empty parking lots, apartment move-ins have begun.
Four-bedroom dwelling was an early entrant to eastside Atlanta’s contemporary canon.
Despite innovative designs, sophisticated details, these homes haven’t received an offer after more than 100 days.
From Chamblee to Edgewood, development adjacent to MARTA stations is changing the game for transit agency.