For those in the mood for period detailing and very tall ceilings.
Amid coronavirus concerns and wobbling market, intown neighborhoods are dotted with pre-sale listings.
Virtual video escapes from around the ATL.
While functional, the kitchen and bathrooms "will need your imagination and love," the listing advises.
Nearly half of all 129 units at Pratt Stacks have sold since November, project leaders report.
About one-third of apartments at the Grant Park mixed-use development will be earmarked for lower rent prices.
With spring right around the corner, now’s the time to start planting—or sprucing up your home’s interior.
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.
Life has returned to the Harp Transmission building, another piece in Memorial Drive’s redevelopment.
Expect new apartments—some affordable—and retail space to replace surface parking at the transit hub.
A range of terrific options for exploring Atlanta during winter’s (somewhat) chilly weather.
Community input has informed the latest designs for the Boulevard Crossing Park expansion.
Circa-1920 home near Memorial Drive sports a new kitchen and paint.
This four-bedroom near the neighborhood’s marquee park is described as "gorgeous."
Prices start at $390K where Grant Park will one day meet the Atlanta Beltline.
Details released for an apartment project neighboring the Atlanta Stockade, while two others with manly names change hands.
Some $1.5 billion of development is still bound for the bustling corridor.
This eccentric three-bedroom has original touches—and no shortage of color.
"We anticipate breaking ground before the end of the year," project leaders say.
Picturesque Fischer House occupies a corner near the neighborhood’s main park—and a place in the city’s architectural history.
The neighborhood’s most expensive listing at the moment encompasses almost 3,000 square feet.
Tips for navigating a Beltline corridor—now officially open to the public and structurally safer!—that’s been cleared of its railroad bones.
First up is a planned mixed-use venture at a defunct East Point car dealership. But will neighbors wager?
Celebrating the unofficial end to summer, "Clusterfest" returns in full force for 2019.
With friends, the kids, or even the pets, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this month.
A flurry of development activity surrounds the 4-acre site where Grant Park meets Chosewood Park.
A federal grant could accelerate construction on sections in Grant, Ormewood parks.
Four-bedroom near Zoo Atlanta is marketed as a "Craftsman Cutie."
At this price point, there’s ample supply to choose from, in terms of both location and style.
Grant Park residence is just south of booming Memorial Drive, though it seems rather remote.
Design firms picked for Boulevard Crossing Park’s second phase in Chosewood Park.
The program helped guide more than $1.5 billion in private investment to the busy thoroughfare.
A few doors down from Atlanta’s oldest park, this house brims with vintage appeal.
How one of America’s largest historic treasures was reborn to feel like high-tech 1700s.
The old building was once home to the Atlanta Arts Exchange, too.
The unique, circa-1908 Women’s Comfort Station has sat vacant for 50 years.
Although this price point remains a "sweet spot" for many intown buyers, options are limited.
Each has been seeking $739K for about three months.
Plus, the Eastside Trail extension’s second phase is almost finished.