Although none have been on the market more than a month, they’ve each received price cuts.
Expect an "activity-based" destination at the upcoming mixed-use development.
Not too large, not too small, (most of) these homes could be the right fit for families.
A Dallas-based developer says the key Westside property is poised to see major growth.
Other metro Atlanta cities have put the kibosh on permitting and rezoning, affording them time to analyze development impacts.
The listing dubs Oakland City "one of Atlanta’s fastest appreciating neighborhoods."
Due west of downtown Atlanta, the corner-lot property isn’t short on space—or porches.
This price point, believe it or not, still offers a varied selection of locations and size.
The renovated Mozley Park dwelling joins an initiative to bring affordability and sustainability to Westside neighborhoods.
Worries of displacement have spurred a pump-the-brakes approach by the mayor’s office for the next six months.
The glassy Seven88 structure has risen quickly in the postindustrial railroad district.
The three-bedroom house near Cascade has a new floorplan and woods in the backyard.
Another Atlanta private development is getting more public help—contingent on a grocery story.
At this price point, large spaces and choice locales are options.
Northwest of Midtown, the charming cottage is a Whittier Mill Village original.
Developer: Expect a celebrity chef-driven food hall, plus new restaurant and retail options in coming months.
Boosted by $4M Blank Foundation grant, the neighborhood’s latest example of police housing broke ground today.
Initially listed in September, the refreshed 1930s three-bedroom tries again.
More than a century old, the red brick building is a beacon of hope on an Atlanta campus that’s suffered many losses.
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.
West Midtown’s postindustrial evolution continues.
For $2,500 or more, "a piece of Atlanta" could be yours. But will Atlantans be willing to take the risk?
It’ll be some five years before construction actually begins, though.
Spacious houses due west of downtown Atlanta are said to include captivating skyline views.
If real estate investment’s not your forte, there’s the option of a $200,000 cash prize.
Kathryn Johnston Memorial Park in English Avenue is designed to help solve chronic flooding, too.
Puttshack, an "immersive mini golf experience," has signed its first U.S. lease along Howell Mill Road.
Sixty-nine residences are bound for Blandtown, priced in the $400Ks, developers say.
We’re a glass-half-full kind of city
The Beltline and a strong economy have spurred considerable development in the long-underserved Westside.
It’s a major component of development activity that abounds on Howell Mill Road right now.
It’s been more than half a decade since city leaders decided to build the Westside park.
The Oliver Street community will offer 30 residences off Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway.
Three-bedroom bungalow stands between the neighborhood’s MARTA hub and Beltline’s Westside Trail.
Joining a groundswell of development in the area, the tower is adding a floor per week, officials say.
Meanwhile, the development’s Howell Mill Road boutique hotel is on track to break ground next year, officials say.
Vision calls for making an extended Silver Comet the longest paved trail in the United States.
These two- and three-bedroom units in Hills Park are priced between $399K and $540K.