Quirky, historic, holy, or just plain weird—Atlanta’s loaded with noteworthy signage.
The nearly century-old funeral home is slated to be incorporated into the offices, hotel, and residences.
On a pleasant spring night, Atlantans heeded the call to stay home.
Two hosts describe the challenges—"I lost literally all my bookings due to cancellations"—as Airbnb announces nationwide support.
In the shadow of today’s Ponce City Market, the Ponce Springs area transformed into a pond, a ballpark, and then a shopping mall, as two grand trees witnessed it all.
Marketing officials call the Juniper Street location paramount.
The listing comes "stocked with your choice of black or purple CDC-recommended gloves and a treasure trove of sanitary wipes," says the agent.
Not too large, not too small, (most of) these homes could be the right fit for families.
High over Peachtree Street, it’s contemporary elegance indeed.
A trip from downtown to Buckhead, and back, illustrates the impact of workplace changes.
The two-bedroom condo overlooking Colony Square has funkiness to match midcentury vibes.
How the subdistrict’s latest development pieces are planned to fit.
An estimated seven million people ventured through the area in 2019—and half went to Piedmont Park.
Also on tap: plans for new residences to join Crescent Avenue eateries.
Expect an overhaul at the Airport station to kick off in coming weeks, with a Five Points redo down the line.
The 119-year-old Victorian mansion could see new life as a Peachtree Street restaurant.
The rumor mill is swirling about what could happen to the parcel in such a booming location.
Officials are working "to identify any potholes or metal plates ahead of time and have them fixed."
This price point, believe it or not, still offers a varied selection of locations and size.
A Canadian real estate firm has bought the 25-story JPX Works tower, citing "brilliant architecture and top-notch finishes."
Seller Tim Jennings won a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts and shined with the Chicago Bears.
The glassy Seven88 structure has risen quickly in the postindustrial railroad district.
Midtown Alliance is working to make unsightly, dangerous surface lots safer and more vibrant.
Another Atlanta private development is getting more public help—contingent on a grocery story.
The Spring Street project is further proof that housing for Atlanta scholars isn’t what it used to be.
More than 4 million square feet of residential development is planned for the next two years alone, too.
When it comes to walkability and transit access, downtown Atlanta shines—relatively speaking.
Now under construction, the Crescent Communities project is being joined by an office stack next door.
The 10th Street relic is one of very few houses asking $1 million or more in the neighborhood right now.
Some bird’s-eye-view context from around downtown and corridors morphing into development hot zones.
Rumors about Facebook at a wood-framed office building, plus Microsoft and Tesla expansions have been swirling.
Major transportation infrastructure projects are in store for the next few years.
With spring right around the corner, now’s the time to start planting—or sprucing up your home’s interior.
Both old and new, these eatery spaces shine in remarkable settings from Decatur to downtown.
The Margaret Mitchell House holds the key to a 46-story Peachtree Street proposal’s viability.
The early 1900s, restored former home on 15th Street hasn’t had the easiest life.
With Peachtree Street’s Neoclassical Revival Winnwood, the goal is to secure historic tax credits and offer twice as many rentals at attainable prices, developers say.
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.
This price point reveals a large inventory of condos with a dash of single-family homes.