The idea for Freedom Bridge Atlanta — a means for pedestrians, bicyclists, and other non-drivers to safety travel to and from Freedom Park over Moreland — started gaining traction two years ago. Now, it has a visual.
Listed this week at $949,900, the circa-1920, light-green property casts a handsome and gutter-free visage in a neighborhood known for traditional jaw-droppers. The listing agent shouts, simply, "This is it!"
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.
While Atlanta is typically at the top of the list when it comes to the size of homes, there is a growing segment of the population that wants to live every week like its Micro Week. For those folks, we've pulled together Atlanta's tiniest listings.
Across the metro, kids are gearing up to head back to school this week. While students in Atlanta may attend class in historic buildings like Grady High or Inman Park Middle, many of the city's oldest surviving schools aren't even schools now.
The Great Atlanta Festival Face-Off continues right now, pitting the remaining field of 16 in friendly, festive competition. The lineup of ATL fests, perennial mega-events, and wondrous gatherings is getting crowded. A little May Madness is in order.