The three-bedroom house near Cascade has a new floorplan and woods in the backyard.
It’s one of the largest acquisitions of green space ever in Southwest Atlanta, officials say.
The new route will showcase"High-Injury Network" streets.
Five-bedroom midcentury residence is tucked in the forested Cascade corridor.
A multi-use trail system could one day make parts of Atlanta’s "High-Injury Network" safer.
The nearly five-mile stretch will bring cyclists, pedestrians, and others through Cascade for the first time.
It’s the latest tenant in developer Newport’s planned revival of the area.
Developer: Two grand openings planned this weekend, with leasing team now tapped for remaining spaces.
Although barely qualified as ITP, the home does sport some attractive qualities.
Sites aim to provide quality placemaking where people want to live, work, play, and learn.
At this price point, there’s a lot of variety in style and location, but not space.
Advocates stress that many proposals are slated for roads in the city’s "High Injury Network."
1930s redo is marketed as a "classic" around the corner from the West End and Beltline.
Developer: Coffee shop, market, barber, marquee restaurant, and more moving forward.
East Atlanta, Cascade’s commercial hub, and downtown’s iconic library could join the vaunted roster.
Have all the tunnel slides and crazy rockets gone extinct?
In a "hot part of town," this renovation left no space untouched, resulting in a "refreshing and beautiful" redo.
Renew Atlanta bond work addresses only about one-fourth of danger spots on crucial artery, Adair Park resident writes.
Final meetings have wrapped for a transformative, two-phase project funded by TSPLOST and Renew Atlanta.
Gut renovation of 1957 home produces trendy offering southwest of downtown.
Located near the West End Trail, this "romantic 1940s bungalow" melds modern upgrades with nostalgic charm.
Mediterranean manse is "a steal" for less than $1 million, providing plenty of Buckhead-esque luxury.
From ITP forest treks to bona fide mountain adventures, Atlanta and North Georgia are loaded with terrific hiking options this time of year.
From Cascade Heights to Adair Park, Georgia Trust tour provides chance to see the best of Southwest Atlanta.
Since opening last year, the space has served as a storefront for the city’s planning department. Now, the studio has found a new home.
Plans include nearly 17,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, which developers say is already spoken for. Neighbors will meet and discuss the project during a meeting Aug. 15 at the site of one of the buildings: 2287 Cascade Road.