It’s not huge, but this three-bedroom abode on a tree-shaded lot was renovated with character.
The boutique community south of EAV is called The Seven at Flat Shoals.
It’s called "adorable, spacious" living in the treetops, just south of the village’s attractions.
From Summerhill to Piedmont Heights, your go-to guide for picking the best neighborhood in the ATL right now.
The elevated, rustic-modern structure allows guests to nest among the trees.
Choices abound, offering both coveted locations and spacious dwellings.
Find the perfect pumpkins for your jack-o-lanterns plus fall and Thanksgiving decorations.
At this price point, homes are still plentiful all around the city.
The refreshed live-work offerings along Moreland Avenue are priced from $385K.
Blackhall Studios is booming and ready to expand, but preservationists fear plans for Atlanta’s greatest urban green space are at stake.
Work along Moreland Avenue would also entail a road realignment.
Ironside venture has risen from parking lots in popular bar, restaurant district.
This price point is long on inventory around town, but short on space.
Forfeiting modern comforts isn’t necessary to enjoy glamping at these popular treetop retreats.
1950s ranch packages trendy updates with EAV walkability.
Venture would pull together eight properties along Moreland Avenue and repurpose a Masonic Lodge.
But where are the much-needed bike lanes?
Both multifamily concepts will claim vacant lots in popular Atlanta bar districts.
1960s property neighboring Hodgepodge Coffeehouse set for facelift, repurposing.
Refreshed and mostly leased, Atlantic Shopping Center joins significant changes on Memorial Drive corridor.
Artwork will complement the grand opening of newest section of the Beltline and Edge project.
Georgia Trust’s revised shortlist spotlights Atlanta landmarks without renovation plans.
We’ve got five options, from East Atlanta to Kirkwood.
When temperatures start to dip, this town knows how to get down.
East Atlanta, Cascade’s commercial hub, and downtown’s iconic library could join the vaunted roster.
Prices will start in the low $500,000s on Ormewood Park corner.
With bold exterior palettes, a Parkview development offers large homes in the $500Ks.
The city’s intown core is apparently a hotbed of attractive online profiles.
All boast of stunning interiors, gorgeous outdoor spaces, and, of course, highly desirable locations.
Four-bedroom new build on a deep lot claims walkability with a style that harkens agrarian settings.
Starter-sized ATL dwellings serve plenty of charm, updated spaces, and private backyards—but quite disparate price tags.
Fresh concept Sabbath Brewing plans to replace the shuttered EAV Barbell Club this year.
Fresh four-bedroom with a spacious back deck isn’t exactly next door to the neighborhood’s commercial village, however.
Semidetached project will rise along Glenwood Avenue, next to a separate, 14-home development.
Tri-level offering near EAV is marketed as "modern architectural gem" with price to match.
Touting 100-steps proximity to EAV bars, four-story offerings will start in $500Ks.
Trendy minimalism abounds at property that touts interstate access but lacks covered parking.
Prepare for an eventful year across the ATL development, entertainment, and commercial landscapes.
Built in 1948 and "drenched in gorgeous character," this three-bedroom home can’t seem to attract deals.