Twenty-one parks from Collier Heights to South Atlanta and Lithonia are scheduled to benefit.
Commemoration of changes in Grant Park and nearby neighborhoods comes on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Refreshed and mostly leased, Atlantic Shopping Center joins significant changes on Memorial Drive corridor.
Recent upgrades, desirable locations, and, except for one, price cuts galore—yet their tenure on the market continues.
Offerings at $30 million district now include artisan jewelry, martial arts, and cookies, with more on 2019 horizon.
With similar sizes and ages, these five residences from Buckhead to Grant Park vary mostly by location.
The famous oil painting will be on display once again at the beginning of 2019.
Before the holiday season takes over, check out these festive gatherings taking place around town.
One day, Grant Park residents might be able to say, "Let’s meet at the corner of Atlanta and United."
Construction on initial Memorial Drive green space improvements is scheduled to start this fall.
The Atlanta Beltline-fronting project will debut two more tenants this weekend.
Four-bedroom with farmhouse leanings is promoted as "California dreaming" for some reason.
But will the circa-1920 property’s charms trump proximity to a noisy interstate?
But the fight to save trees on the project site rages on.
Checking in on parks and trails initiatives in Historic Vine City, Buckhead, Midtown, and beyond.
When it comes to successful, temporary intown rentals, proximity to top-tier green spaces is a serious boon.
It isn’t the only residential news southeast of downtown, not far from the Beltline’s forthcoming Southside Trail.
The 16-building complex will offer homes starting at just under $400,000, along the Southside Trail to-be.
Along one of Atlanta’s most rapidly changing corridors, a photographic tour from downtown to Reynoldstown.
The forthcoming, 4.5-mile Beltline piece offers a fascinating tapestry of landscapes.
Century-old charms are juxtaposed with today’s convenience off Interstate 20.
Mayor schedules Thursday press conference to detail railroad corridor purchase.
Within the abnormal exterior, this 1920s redo boasts innovative finishes and beautiful crown molding.
When complete, more than 300 new rentals will be served next to King Memorial MARTA Station, Oakland Cemetery.
A project near Glencastle was intended to be affordable senior housing—now the controversial developer hopes to rezone for storage.
The Swift is rising at cusp of future Beltline, Grant Park.
The 8,000-seat facility will play host to Panthers basketball, conferences, concerts, and commencement.
More than a dozen green spaces will see major investment thanks to funds from Park Pride.
Second finished offering at "Mercer Hill" project effuses classic style atop unfinished basement.
Two past champions—and two hungry possible champs—remain standing in the quest for "Neighborhood of the Year" status.
Which neighborhood should advance to the Final Four?
Quest for "Neighborhood of the Year" glory resumes Monday.
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
Because it hasn’t been the same on Ponce since Blockbuster closed.
New site makes walking tours easy, pays homage to amazing street works of ATL past.
Where stained glass and heart-pine floors meet a Sub-Zero fridge.
The new Manny’s Grant Park Pub will anchor an old brick commercial strip near Oakland Cemetery.
Delightfully renovated property from early 1900s overlooks zoo, carries hefty asking price.
An October ode to the final resting place of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, many other souls.