A search for contractors to tackle the project has officially begun.
"Love it or hate it, it is the most unique house in Atlanta."
A clearer picture of the vision for CSX’s 70-acre property should emerge in coming weeks.
The project would bring a new lodging option to a high-traffic site near Edgewood Avenue’s bar strip.
Townhome-office concept would replace a vacant Old Fourth Ward building in high-visibility location.
On display in 2019 are homes from Inman Park to the Chattahoochee River and beyond.
Serving as president of tvsdesign since 2017, Simpson says Atlanta is (finally) focused on the pedestrian experience.
Just don’t expect to close a bedroom door.
Plans have been filed for the 200-key Portman Holdings project.
Last month, more than 100 cyclists participated in the roving rally for change on dangerous corridor.
Architecture firm Lord Aeck Sargent is collecting community input to craft a masterplan for the deactivated train yard.
Seventh incarnation of indie fest skirts rain threat, closes with mesmerizing Tame Impala set.
Conveniently, neighborhood activists have been working to create a masterplan for the rail yard’s future.
Filling a vacant lot, Old Fourth Ward residences come with elevators, rooftop terraces.
CSX isn’t selling the property, but a pop-up studio is planned for May to help steer (potential) redevelopment.
From street parties to massive multi-day concerts, there’s no shortage of springtime hullabaloo in the ATL.
On dead-end street near Highland Avenue eats, two-story dwelling has twice as many decks as bedrooms.
First resale of 2015 dwelling near Krog Street Market counts downtown views.
Despite roadway hazards and irrational drivers, I’ll always prefer to walk and bike.
One problem: Railroad giant CSX isn’t actually selling the active 70-acre site.
Tri-level contemporary unit near Historic Fourth Ward Park geared toward "the buyer really looking to stand out."
Initial conversion construction is almost complete, paving the way for tenant buildouts.
Six years since the Beltline’s most popular path opened, the lighting ETA is still unclear.
Could the "Harper on Piedmont" condo conversion be a harbinger of things to come?
The new incarnation will bring not only the hotel, but also a new restaurant and bar to the Ponce corridor.
Marketing push for office space at the 200,000-square-foot venture has begun.
Two cars have been spotted cruising a new Eastside Trail stretch, but changes are coming.
But forthcoming development could erase those "sweeping skyline views."
Straddled by the Edge mixed-use complex, this piece of the path will be peppered with retail soon.
East-facing unit at Glen Iris Lofts doesn’t lack windows, outdoor living options.
Both multifamily concepts will claim vacant lots in popular Atlanta bar districts.
"Modern masterpiece" scheduled to finish next month on rapidly transforming street.
2017 dwelling appears virtually untouched, while location is called "unbeatable."
Former Ford Motor Co. plant signs sister PCM concept and dentist office where longtime LGBTQ bar operated.
Office space near popular trails is 70 percent more expensive than five years ago, CBRE analysis finds.
Recent upgrades, desirable locations, and, except for one, price cuts galore—yet their tenure on the market continues.
Unit in distinctive O4W landmark is big on walkability—but not so big overall.
Eastside Trail projects promise an uninterrupted Beltline experience from Memorial Drive to Piedmont Park.
The iconic Auburn Avenue house, now the property of the National Parks Service, has stood since 1895.