Quirky, historic, holy, or just plain weird—Atlanta’s loaded with noteworthy signage.
The 550 North Highland project is planned to start in the high $700Ks.
The move could ultimately protect older buildings from the wrecking ball.
"This would not be your mama’s historic district, or even your friend’s over in Inman Park."
The Poncey-Highland listing is the upgraded back half of a contemporary duplex on North Avenue.
Both old and new, these eatery spaces shine in remarkable settings from Decatur to downtown.
The "gorgeously appointed" 1920s dwelling stands a block from Freedom Park.
While relatively small, the updated three-bedroom from the 1930s is also a block from Ponce City Market.
The century-old building is undergoing a major visual transformation.
Where cathedral ceilings are taken literally.
Find two decks and views from the Eastside Trail to downtown at Freedom Lofts.
And people are still calling it "Murder Kroger."
It’s been seven years since the popular path opened to the public.
Communities north and east of downtown offer plentiful options at this price point.
This "adorable" flat near the Beltline’s Eastside Trail offers a less-expensive owning option intown.
Eastside Trail users will soon be able to grocery shop without leaving a paved path—or getting behind the wheel.
It’s not huge, but the walkable location is primo.
Prices at the Ponce de Leon Avenue address would begin around $300,000.
Heated saltwater swimming hole with a rockin’ pool house highlight this updated 2004 two-story.
The 60,000-square-foot grocery store could debut in coming weeks.
Giant windows allow for treetop and skyline views, but discerning buyers might crave updates.
A search for contractors to tackle the project has officially begun.
A road realignment and outdoor patio for the landmark watering hole are also in the works.
As intown Atlanta densifies, it’s another sign that parking for free is becoming less common.
Seven of 11 sites recently added to the state’s register are in Atlanta.
Similar sizes, recent updates, and desirable locations are common throughout this featured group.
Two-story condo near Beltline claims almost 5,000 square feet, four parking spaces.
Petition: Current infrastructure in booming corridor can’t support growth, adequate pedestrian safety.
A media director makes her home in the former cafeteria of a converted school on the National Register of Historic Places.
Six years since the Beltline’s most popular path opened, the lighting ETA is still unclear.
The location is prime, but could the single-bedroom, open-walled approach be an issue?
It’s not the coziest space, but the location and private roof deck are choice.
Former Ford Motor Co. plant signs sister PCM concept and dentist office where longtime LGBTQ bar operated.
Office space near popular trails is 70 percent more expensive than five years ago, CBRE analysis finds.
Eastside Trail projects promise an uninterrupted Beltline experience from Memorial Drive to Piedmont Park.
Dog-friendliest ’hood and intown place with the most holiday spirit also part of Trulia annual roundup.
Prices at the multifaceted 1200 Ponce project will begin in the mid-$500Ks.
Not all LGBTQ establishments are being embraced amidst the city’s growth. What’s the true cost?
Atlanta City Council seeks to permanently honor the civil rights icon.