The recently listed renovation described as "gorgeous" overlooks Coan Park.
Unflinching PBS documentary "East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story" was produced by Ken Burns.
Early plans call for 60 for-sale units and space for restaurants, shops.
The newly constructed four-bedroom is walkable to MARTA and Oakhurst Village.
Across the city, big changes are in store for the new year.
Condos at this price point are prevalent throughout the city, but single-family homes are harder to come by.
Initial listings neighboring an urban forest begin in the mid-$500Ks.
"We’ve lived in a lot of major cities before... We’ve never experienced anything like this."
Reports indicate the owner of historic Kirkwood site is in the running for a riverfront NOLA redevelopment.
More than 350 rentals are now planned for new buildings at the historic Kirkwood property’s south end.
Expect more than 60 townhouses on the swiftly changing Memorial Drive corridor.
From timeworn charm to modern sophistication, this price point delivers a lot of choices intown.
Stuff your face and take a (legal) tour of the historic Kirkwood site before redevelopment begins.
Also, the shuttered Mary Hoopa’s is being replaced by Korean food concept Salaryman.
Five-bedroom on historic street is called a "new twist on the modern farmhouse."
Cleanup at Kirkwood site has been a hurdle, but bars and restaurants are expected to debut in not-too-distant future.
At this price point, desirable locations and spacious floorplans are prevalent north and east of the city’s core.
The program helped guide more than $1.5 billion in private investment to the busy thoroughfare.
From street parties to massive multi-day concerts, there’s no shortage of springtime hullabaloo in the ATL.
Townhome community fronting PATH Trail segment introduces rooftop terraces with latest batch.
By riding "the street they fear most," cycling community aims to call attention to complete streets initiative.
Where to see the city bloom—minus the crowds.
Similar sizes, recent updates, and desirable locations are common throughout this featured group.
But where are the much-needed bike lanes?
Although this price point remains a "sweet spot" for many intown buyers, options are limited.
The 1925 dwelling now includes a wealth of modern amenities.
Kronberg Wall is calling for "complete streets" projects along the problematic corridor.
Century-old Kirkwood property is set for an entertainment-centric makeover.
Shuttered for years, the 1945 structure will be mixed-use on a small scale.
New additions include Pratt-Pullman Yard, the Newport development in South Downtown, and Hotel Clermont.
"It was really just this odd-looking cube that essentially found a way of being a house," says Joseph Guay.
Refreshed and mostly leased, Atlantic Shopping Center joins significant changes on Memorial Drive corridor.
Recent upgrades, desirable locations, and, except for one, price cuts galore—yet their tenure on the market continues.
Dog-friendliest ’hood and intown place with the most holiday spirit also part of Trulia annual roundup.
Although Generation Y-ers are the most active buyers, finding a home isn’t always easy.
We’ve got five options, from East Atlanta to Kirkwood.
Kirkwood complex was formerly rundown 1990s apartments.
Overlooking the upcoming Pullman Yard redevelopment, project touts a "bustling location" and "walkable amenities."
Ideas for the 27-acre Kirkwood site call for transformation into a "creative city."