Here on Hosea, the square footage is comparable to a larger two-bedroom condo in Atlanta. It listed earlier this month for an even $350,000—with the listing language screaming, "This one of a kind won’t last long (sic)!!"
Mattress Firm operates more than 80 stores in metro Atlanta. And now they have two within an alarm clock’s toss of each other, just south of Little Five Points. The move has left intown Atlantans scratching their well-rested heads for months.
In hopes of simply answering why the Reynoldstown Mattress Firm opened across the street from another store, we repeatedly reached out to the company — and came back empty-handed. Not a (mattress) squeak about the two neighboring locations.
It wasn’t long ago the buildings that house Ponce City and Krog Street markets were carcasses. But if recent musings in Atlanta media are any indication, there’s a growing sentiment that such inwardly focused hives of activity are detracting from a more vibrant overall city.
In recent years, Edgewood has seen the emergence of numerous ground-up moderns and boldly contemporary renovations, but this conversion on Sanderson Street was among the out-of-the-box vanguard nearly a decade ago.
Over the summer, several sponsoring organizations held an event for the public in Little Five Points’ Findley Plaza in which the women artists worked alongside community members to brainstorm and sketch ideas. It could come together in spring 2017.
The Edgewood/Candler Park MARTA station has been an exceptionally strong catalyst for development of late, and recently unveiled plans for a 17-home "pocket neighborhood" serve to drive that point home.
The Trolley Line Trail is one of many projects that could soon see new life from Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST) dollars — that is, if approved by Atlanta voters in November.
MARTA is barreling down the tracks with station-adjacent transit oriented developments, breaking ground Monday on a $40 million mixed-use center featuring a performing arts center, apartments, and retail, adjacent to Edgewood/Candler Park station.
This bungalow's a Breeze Card’s toss from the Edgewood-Candler Park MARTA Station and all the development that’s generating right now, which includes MARTA’s first transit-oriented development, the recently christened and under-construction "Spoke."
The floors, walls, even the roof are made of solid concrete, which repels high winds, fire, and moisture while being energy-efficient and low-maintence, the listing asserts. Sounds like Godzilla would have trouble burglarizing this place.