Fronting the Atlanta Beltline, this 2006 dwelling is a modern rendition of a two-story loft.
Offering as many outdoor hangouts as bedrooms, it’s one of a dozen Rtown Lane homes.
On a pleasant spring night, Atlantans heeded the call to stay home.
Expect about 200 more rentals in Reynoldstown, a few blocks from the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Fuqua: "It’s designed to feel like its own small town within a larger city."
Company officials say new operations, expected to start in April, should at least be quieter than previous activity
The four-unit complex dubbed Geometry is planned near the neighborhood’s MARTA station.
The railroad giant ceased operations at the massive eastside Atlanta site in May, prompting neighbors to craft a redevelopment vision
Details on what’s in the works a block from the Eastside Trail.
The telecommunications giant has offloaded a Reynoldstown property near the latest Beltline stretch.
Some bird’s-eye-view context from around downtown and corridors morphing into development hot zones.
The 480-square-foot "Gimlet" in Reynoldstown exemplifies how ADUs can supplement income.
Both old and new, these eatery spaces shine in remarkable settings from Decatur to downtown.
In business for generations, the mill’s 7 acre property along the Eastside Trail is described as having "beachfront" allure.
This price point reveals a large inventory of condos with a dash of single-family homes.
The formerly derelict Memorial Drive property is becoming a hub of activity, with a brewery and concert hall on tap.
The latest Modera project promises more than 300 rentals and more near the Atlanta Beltline.
"We’ve lived in a lot of major cities before... We’ve never experienced anything like this."
But the mammoth, eastside Atlanta rail car depot is still not for sale, CSX Transportation officials say.
The nonprofit arts organization closed its doors just two months ago.
Prices in Reynoldstown start from the high $500Ks, next to Madison Yards and the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Some $1.5 billion of development is still bound for the bustling corridor.
Expect a modern diner soon, as a music venue and brewery continue construction.
Rarely in Atlanta has "chef’s kitchen" been taken so literally.
Completely open flat with 20-foot ceilings constitutes a "HOT ALERT!" per the listing.
Set to include affordable housing, the $50-million, 345-bed co-living community is bound for Chosewood Park.
The Bifurcations project had earned a $100,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Arts in 2014.
Fourteen spaces of about 400 square feet will face a planned PATH linking Atlanta Beltline to Decatur.
Condo counts nearly 2,400 square feet where Memorial Drive meets the Eastside Trail.
Stucco-clad four-bedroom off Moreland Avenue stands out.
Neighborhood leaders have enlisted an architecture firm to build a dream for the site. This is an alternate take.
A federal grant could accelerate construction on sections in Grant, Ormewood parks.
Three-bedroom renovation beckons buyers to "live in the heart of it all!"
Wishlist includes a major injection of green space, should CSX Transportation sell dormant property.
This "unparalleled intown living experience" begins at $700K, initial listings indicate.
Enjoy walking, cycling, or scooting from Reynoldstown to Midtown without leaving the paved path.
The atypical property is close to the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
A clearer picture of the vision for CSX’s 70-acre property should emerge in coming weeks.
The new grocery store will be just a stone’s throw from a Kroger at the developer’s nearby community.