First segment would branch off existing Westside Trail toward the Connector, south of downtown.
Movie mogul wants to create a center for human trafficking victims, text messages indicate, but a public mixed-use piece is in jeopardy.
Neighbors include Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, but does the dollar stretch far enough for the OTP location?
Secluded five-bedroom at New Urbanist community is actually walkable to shops, eats.
The building at the corner of 8th Street could be ripe for redevelopment along the Midtown Mile.
City leaders are searching for artists to bring more than $100,000 of work to the station.
Officials say the park will help reduce the amount of people who lack easy access to fresh food.
The Eastside Trail is almost finished, while Southside and Northeast trails progress.
Dubbed "Fort Mac," the reborn campus would feature mixed-income development of all kinds.
Freaknik-related events were banned by ex-Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed in 2010.
The Southside Trail is slated to receive 136 units of needed affordable housing.
Plans call for a haven "for knowledge workers, millennials, and Baby Boomers alike" 30 minutes from downtown.
Developers have enlisted landscape architects behind Bellwood Quarry, The Battery at SunTrust Park.
Tyler Perry’s section of the project is nearing completion, but that could be just the start.
Plus, the Eastside Trail extension’s second phase is almost finished.
Twenty-one parks from Collier Heights to South Atlanta and Lithonia are scheduled to benefit.
The 12-are site would house a 28,000-square-foot indoor sports facility.
Although Generation Y-ers are the most active buyers, finding a home isn’t always easy.
Renovated units are part of an effort to increase attendance at struggling public schools.
Voluminous bungalow with MARTA and Beltline walkability aims to smash neighborhood price records.
Not your ho-hum renovation, this update includes an eclectic mix of old and new to create an intown retreat.
Along future Southside Trail, $700K homes boast "modern farmhouse edge" with higher prices than predicted.
Photos: Skyline views and downtown Atlanta proximity helped move units for less than $400K each.
But not in every neighborhood, it seems.
Found-art installations around a former DeKalb County brickworks make for one surreal, spooky experience.
It isn’t the only residential news southeast of downtown, not far from the Beltline’s forthcoming Southside Trail.
Some people just refuse to stay off a dangerous closed section of the Southside Trail to-be.
Southwest Atlanta awaits a full-scale revival, and Joyce Sheperd wants longtime residents to be there for it.
Renew Atlanta bond work addresses only about one-fourth of danger spots on crucial artery, Adair Park resident writes.
The forthcoming, 4.5-mile Beltline piece offers a fascinating tapestry of landscapes.
Funded by TSPLOST dollars, the deal marks the single largest remaining land acquisition for entire Beltline project.
Mayor schedules Thursday press conference to detail railroad corridor purchase.
Pittsburgh Yards will transform a 31-acre tract into a buzzing neighborhood commercial hub, plans state.
Atlanta’s domestiCITY competition for affordable housing prototypes attracted entries from around the world.
Pollack Shores is hoping to pioneer large-scale Beltline development in Chosewood Park with 325 new apartments.
The Swift is rising at cusp of future Beltline, Grant Park.
Straddling the line between nuevo Craftsman and farmhouse, due south of Grant Park.
Built in 2016, this new modern lingered on the market longer than probably expected, with a substantial price cut along the way.
Eastland Gates community is filling out between East Atlanta Village and Moreland Avenue drive-in theatre.