Spacious homes with desirable locations are prevalent at this price point.
"We saved the best for last!" listings proclaim.
Next to large church, United Lofts condo project aims to blend modern and industrial aspects.
At this price point, homes are still plentiful all around the city.
Tips for navigating a Beltline corridor—now officially open to the public and structurally safer!—that’s been cleared of its railroad bones.
Work along Moreland Avenue would also entail a road realignment.
A federal grant could accelerate construction on sections in Grant, Ormewood parks.
Two balconies and 2,500 square feet on Bill Kennedy Way.
Following a total renovation, this 1930 Craftsman "will leave you breathless."
Venture would pull together eight properties along Moreland Avenue and repurpose a Masonic Lodge.
As temperatures start to climb, it’s a great time to be out and about in the city.
The project will offer a mix of single-family residences and attached homes.
Parkside 2015 property with scene-stealing courtyard melds classic with contemporary.
"Rare" newer construction boasts of natural light, great storage, and energy-efficient features.
Plus, the Eastside Trail extension’s second phase is almost finished.
1960s property neighboring Hodgepodge Coffeehouse set for facelift, repurposing.
Commemoration of changes in Grant Park and nearby neighborhoods comes on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
There’s no shortage of locations to choose from—for those who don’t mind smallish spaces.
We’ve got five options, from East Atlanta to Kirkwood.
One day, Grant Park residents might be able to say, "Let’s meet at the corner of Atlanta and United."
Along future Southside Trail, $700K homes boast "modern farmhouse edge" with higher prices than predicted.
Prices will start in the low $500,000s on Ormewood Park corner.
A photographic ode to a smart yet unsung Atlanta neighborhood designed with people in mind.
Just minutes apart, these homes share charm, curb appeal and close proximity to the Beltline’s future Southside Trail.
The forthcoming, 4.5-mile Beltline piece offers a fascinating tapestry of landscapes.
Funded by TSPLOST dollars, the deal marks the single largest remaining land acquisition for entire Beltline project.
Does it get more quintessentially Atlanta than this?
Second finished offering at "Mercer Hill" project effuses classic style atop unfinished basement.
Quest for "Neighborhood of the Year" glory resumes Monday.
Which neighborhood should advance? Cast your vote now!
Three-bedroom with mighty windows and adventurous lines marketed as "stunning."
Communities in Southwest Atlanta and near Beltline will also be crazy popular next year, research indicates.
Neighborhood fests in December will soon be a thing.
There’s a lot to like inside and out of this four-bedroom, three-bath house, constructed this year.
The "micro mixed-use" development by team behind Beltline brewery, Armour Yards aims to break ground next month.
Clean-lined, four-bedroom property overlooks a future Beltline leg but lacks walkability at the moment.
An appreciation for rustic ceiling beams is required. A carriage house is included.
Celeb chef’s pizza tavern joins retail ranks at Paces Properties venture set to open this fall.
Midcentury design and solid granite construction offer a unique option for eastside house hunters at this 1940 property.