Decatur Street project called Thrive Sweet Auburn to receive $350,000 grant to boost housing affordability.
The 118-year-old buildings, after updates, will aim to pay homage to days of old.
Private developer New City wants public help building in a tax allocation district, as other projects have received.
"We’ve lived in a lot of major cities before... We’ve never experienced anything like this."
Bungalow with "great bones" near the Atlanta Beltline is emblematic of where neighborhood pricing has gone.
This $499K opportunity to be the "coolest kid on the block" has been on, off market since summer 2018.
Expect timber construction at the relatively dense new development near Edgewood Avenue.
Mix of offices, townhomes, retail, and the country’s first Motto By Hilton could change eastside Atlanta bar district’s vibe.
But the mammoth, eastside Atlanta rail car depot is still not for sale, CSX Transportation officials say.
The catch is 680 square feet and a single bedroom, but an enormous back patio comes with.
A collection of spooky tales and places throughout the metro.
Regardless of age, there’s a lot to choose from for thrills and chills this Halloween.
An Old Fourth Ward site redevelopment years in the making is expected to welcome first residents next month.
The polarizing Atlanta home asked $1.25 million when it went up for sale this past summer.
It’s been seven years since the popular path opened to the public.
When landmark status has drawbacks.
Keep an eye out for a new hotel, brewpub, townhomes, and more.
"Waiting ’til 2050 for a partial build is simply unacceptable," says one Beltline Rail Now leader.
It’s high time Atlantans (and tourists) stopped parking in the bike lanes to snap selfies.
When it comes to having fun, pleasing singles, and redoing gigantic old buildings, the Big Peach is having a moment.
Before heading out for 2019’s procession, be prepared to navigate this very popular—and quite magical—annual tradition
Four levels and a "walker’s paradise" designation near Edgewood Avenue nightlife.
The new Howard Middle School has topped out, on track for a fall 2020 debut.
This "exquisite" home near Ponce City Market is aiming for new neighborhood benchmark.
Prices will start in mid-$400Ks in one of Atlanta’s "most unique pockets," per developers.
It’s a tri-level, live-work space with two bedrooms around the corner from Ponce City Market and Beltline.
With friends, the kids, or even the pets, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this month.
Neighborhood leaders have enlisted an architecture firm to build a dream for the site. This is an alternate take.
"Views at O4W" project, for example, is geared toward buyers who don’t want 2,000 square feet (or more).
Priced at $1.1M in "red hot" neighborhood 10 months ago, contemporary duplex is significantly cheaper now.
This price point is long on inventory around town, but short on space.
Wide-open Studioplex offering is a few steps from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Wishlist includes a major injection of green space, should CSX Transportation sell dormant property.
Two dozen for-sale units would rise where boarded-up apartments were razed.
Though properties are prevalent north and east of the city’s core, they don’t seem to move quickly.
Old Fourth Ward concepts aim to capitalize on marquee locations.
Biggerstaff Brewing Company, watering hole called Handlebar, and more in the works.
Ten Park East will now feature 10 full-floor residences and $2M prices, project leaders say.
That buys space aplenty in Atlanta’s "most popular neighborhood" but no garage.