With a footprint that could either be called economical or tight by Atlanta standards, the home manages three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and general openness, adorned with what the listing calls "all the bells and whistles."
Along the Beltline’s Westside Trail, a 16-acre site known as Murphy Crossing sits abandoned. While preliminary plans were created for reuse of the site and some of its old warehouse buildings, now demo is starting to unfold.
Architects gathered in Savannah this weekend to recognize some of the region’s best architecture, with Atlanta firms being recognized in three of the four professional categories. Winners included a synagogue, a courthouse, and offices at PCM.
For this installment of Visual Journeys, we checked in on heavy construction on the Westside Trail, which is starting to look conducive to human habitation. It’s reportedly on time and budget, moving toward completion next year.
Recent study groups and community meetings have produced some revelations — and great mounds of wonk-tastic, hypothetical design minutia — regarding the Beltline’s future on the southeastern and south sides of Atlanta. That's a good thing.
Streets Alive returned to Atlanta this weekend, featuring a four-mile route through the city's southside. The event linked Westview, West End, Adair Park, Pittsburgh, Mechanicsville, Summerhill, and Grant Park with events, performances, and fun.
Atlanta's season of crowd-fueled hoopla continues this Sunday with the debut of Atlanta Streets Alive 2016 — on a massive new route that stretches from Grant Park, past the Beltline's Westside Trail, to Westview.