The same can be said of listings in the past week from South Atlanta to Midtown. "Even in troubled times," notes one agent, "people still need a place to call home."
From Summerhill to Piedmont Heights, your go-to guide for picking the best neighborhood in the ATL right now.
Locals share perspectives on a Beltline segment that hardly resembles its Eastside Trail counterpart, for better or worse.
Close to the Beltline’s Westside Trail, this updated home combines classic warmth with modern amenities.
Updated 1935 Craftsman has five bedrooms and an apartment with a separate entrance.
Closing costs, free home security, and HVAC services are part of a deal that’s getting creative.
The new route will showcase"High-Injury Network" streets.
Updated 1945 home aims to maximize 1,850 square feet.
The bottom line here is, older could be better if space and condition are not priorities.
Seven of 11 sites recently added to the state’s register are in Atlanta.
Although this price point remains a "sweet spot" for many intown buyers, options are limited.
1960 property near Westview Cemetery is area’s latest renovation with MCM learnings.
Office space near popular trails is 70 percent more expensive than five years ago, CBRE analysis finds.
Where marketers see "Miami feel," peeved neighbor spots a "horror show" priced at a half-million dollars.
Fun-loving three-bedroom near Beltline’s Westside Trail certainly embraces trends.
No shortage of inventory and locations to choose from across the city.
"MAD MEN COME HOME!" shouts the listing.
Revived 1930s abode brings an unexpected loft space and soaring ceilings.
Traveling the path from Adair Park to points north.
Have all the tunnel slides and crazy rockets gone extinct?
Gracefully renovated three-bedroom counts nearly 2,100 square feet near the Westside Trail.
A block from the Beltline’s Westside Trail, clean simplicity reigns supreme.
Design firm selected to make Westview’s Enota Park much larger.
With its stylish interior and ample land, updated four-bedroom aims to set neighborhood sales record.
Can a huge, fenced yard and very cushy carpets atone for lack of sheer space?
Rescued 1930s property touts designer finishes, 100-yard proximity to Beltline’s Westside Trail.
With Beltline, Westside inclusionary zoning ordinance now active, expert weighs in on exactly what that means for development.
A visual ode to the Southeast’s largest cemetery, an intown gem.
Three cheers for Atlanta’s first repeat tournament winner!
The final match pits proud neighbors in friendly competition for a year’s worth of everlasting bragging rights.
Which neighborhood should advance to The Finals?
Two past champions—and two hungry possible champs—remain standing in the quest for "Neighborhood of the Year" status.
Which neighborhood should advance to the Final Four?
Quest for "Neighborhood of the Year" glory resumes Monday.
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
Deep dives into Beltline exclusivity, struggles of Peoplestown residents publish on the same day.
Exterior stonework and reclaimed oak from Kentucky barn highlight space-conscious flip near Beltline’s Westside Trail.
Where does "the Westside" begin? Where does it end? What’s too east, too north, too south?
Ribbon-cutting for the $43-million project happens at 4 p.m., and a community party shall follow.