It’s said to have old-school charm without the maintenance hassles.
This price point, believe it or not, still offers a varied selection of locations and size.
Meanwhile, an important Southside Trail leg between job centers is set to launch construction next week.
Locals share perspectives on a Beltline segment that hardly resembles its Eastside Trail counterpart, for better or worse.
Also blocks from MARTA and Adair Park’s largest green space, the complex aims to help Atlanta seniors stay put.
"We anticipate breaking ground before the end of the year," project leaders say.
The project would grow the footprint of an organization focused on youth empowerment.
Tips for navigating a Beltline corridor—now officially open to the public and structurally safer!—that’s been cleared of its railroad bones.
First segment would branch off existing Westside Trail toward the Connector, south of downtown.
The price is a sweet spot for properties with both space and desired locations.
23-home project spearhead by Atlanta Land Trust could be constructed in just 90 days.
Plus, the project will transform a century-old water tower into a coffee and cocktail bar, leaders say.
A case where modern updates allow 1920s attributes to shine through.
A blend of classic and contemporary, the four-bedroom property "has it all!" proclaims listing.
Per developer Carter, the 1.1-million-square-foot property southwest of downtown now goes by "The MET."
The green space joins a collection of other metro Atlanta hotspots with internet access for all.
Traveling the path from Adair Park to points north.
Part of the $400 million beginning to the Quarry Yards project, "Parkside" unveiling follows a trend of cheaper rents
In several ways, this three-mile Beltline corridor is the opposite of its bustling Eastside counterpart.
The Atlanta educator and mother of two loved her Adair Park street—until she couldn’t afford it.
The Adair Park community near a key trail entrance has 120 living options now.
The Chinese company donated 188 bicycles, hoping they’d be put to good use. They have indeed.
Project leaders and public officials say the move could be a catalyst for growth needed in Southwest Atlanta.
Living "only 800 steps to the Beltline" carries a new kind of premium for this spacious 1920s offering.
Hundreds picketed Atlanta City Hall to decry ballooning costs of homes, apartments.
Have all the tunnel slides and crazy rockets gone extinct?
"Adair Court" is one of a few affordable housing options taking shape in the area.
How a community for creatives southwest of downtown aims "to be different than what anyone’s ever seen."
Recently renovated, this 1914 home mixes "old school charm" with modern finishes to create a "Southern classic."
Joining a groundswell of renovations in the area, this compact house is blocks from the Beltline’s Westside Trail.
Southwest Atlanta awaits a full-scale revival, and Joyce Sheperd wants longtime residents to be there for it.
Adair Court, a $15 million proposal, would supply living options for seniors near Westside Trail and MARTA.
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.
Thank you, Atlantans, for caring about the city. Great things are in store here.
The move gives the system more latitude when it comes to reopening schools or selling off properties.
Also: tips for navigating the Westside Trail’s tricky, unpaved kink.
Recently renovated, early 1900s property touts walkability, "giant front porch."
Deep dives into Beltline exclusivity, struggles of Peoplestown residents publish on the same day.