Developers say the complex will offer "future-proof" access to the neighboring Connector.
From Buckhead to Sylvan Hills, housing prices within ITP Atlanta continue to rise, but attractive, cheaper condos and houses are available.
If realized, the Trillist proposal would be Atlanta’s tallest new building in more than a decade.
The latest on Google’s commitment, a Sky Plaza, condo sales, and street retail.
There’s enviable walkability and an elevator down to Publix, but the tradeoff is 800 square feet.
"The city is acting with a welcome sense of urgency here," says Midtown Alliance leader.
Midtown’s Development Review Committee first discussed the project in 2013.
Grassroots activism turned an infamous dump at 10th and Peachtree streets into a gathering place, christened with a six-pack of Budweiser.
The Toll Brothers development would feature separate high-rises on rapidly changing West Peachtree Street.
New York developer has changed plans around what could be Atlanta’s tallest residential sky-rise.
Looking to spruce up your ATL abode in 2020? Here’s an eclectic slate of options mapped out across the city.
Across the city, big changes are in store for the new year.
The tech industry helped differentiate Midtown during boom times for the city’s office space overall.
A range of terrific options for exploring Atlanta during winter’s (somewhat) chilly weather.
A retrospective spanning from big-league stadiums to one controversial house.
Whether a night out with family, friends, or a date, these happenings are sure to welcome 2020 with a bang.
A years-long building boom continues all across the Atlanta subdistrict.
The sleek four-bedroom has a multitude of outdoor spaces but looks larger than it is.
From an interstate "cash storm" and Super Bowl-related controversies (again), to (another) rejection of mass transit.
Building owner Shorenstein Properties recently secured leases for another 80,000 square feet of new occupancy.
Consuming a full corner of 905 Juniper, this flat from 2006 is actually two condos combined.
"Although rail expansion is contentious for its high cost, there is simply no substitute."
Having moved Down Under, the formerly local scribe is still optimistic for his changing hometown.
The high-rise evolution of West Peachtree Street continues.
Options lean toward larger homes north and east of downtown.
Who could have seen this coming in 2010?
Could new 40-plus story towers be bound for the booming Atlanta subdistrict?
Progress is being made on Spring Street, but Peachtree project has yet to proceed.
No, it’s not a dump.
Now under construction, the development will produce new retail and office space.
It wouldn’t be the most expensive home ever sold in Midtown, but it’d be close.
From visits with Santa to ice skating and a haunted holiday fright, these attractions brim with the spirit of the season.
Unique two-story from 1995 spans nearly 8,000 square feet in the shadow of Midtown.
Former media mogul is set to attend a WarnerMedia ceremony to honor a legacy launched in Atlanta.
Expect Arts Center Way to expand in a pedestrian-friendly way, too, developers say.
Could Facebook be setting up shop at the recently finished Atlantic Station structure?
Puttshack, an "immersive mini golf experience," has signed its first U.S. lease along Howell Mill Road.
Where to find unique gifts and support local artisans along the way.
The nearly 5,000-square-foot flat at John Wieland’s One Museum Place is among "the most spectacular in the community"—of course.