During what would have been Masters week, most Atlanta links (but not all) have closed to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Per the listing, $500K in price reductions means the $1.6M asking price makes "subdividing appealing."
Prices at Graydon Buckhead, among Atlanta’s largest for-sale condo offerings in years, begin at $1.6M.
The mounting public health crisis has prompted demand for more hospital beds.
This four-bedroom midcentury modern in Buckhead hasn’t totally obscured its cool bones.
The listing comes "stocked with your choice of black or purple CDC-recommended gloves and a treasure trove of sanitary wipes," says the agent.
Despite coronavirus concerns, more than four dozen listings have appeared in Atlanta alone in the past 24 hours.
The late crooner and longtime Georgian knew when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em, you might say.
Homebuilder: "If this lasts more than a few weeks, it’ll be challenging for all in the industry"
The airy unit at Mathieson Exchange Lofts is considered a one-bedroom.
A trip from downtown to Buckhead, and back, illustrates the impact of workplace changes.
Construction could kick off next month, barring any snags.
It’s part of a huge 1960s community with multiple swimming pools, a restaurant, and a golf course.
The Atlanta rapper’s old digs—once a spartan space with a shrine to footwear—are called the "ultimate entertainer’s showplace."
Public tours of the 75th Anniversary property continue through March 22.
For fans of tongue-and-groove and lush Atlanta acreage, that’ll be $1.13 million.
In central Buckhead, the Waldorf Astoria’s Villa 2 is asking $3.75 million along Peachtree Road.
It’s the former model unit at St. Andrews, a Monte Hewett community in Buckhead Village.
This retro modern has been updated with an outdoor theater and snazzy spa bathroom.
This price point, believe it or not, still offers a varied selection of locations and size.
This Peachtree Park five-bedroom invites Atlantans to have their own Affair with a House.
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At this price point, large spaces and choice locales are options.
When it comes to walkability and transit access, downtown Atlanta shines—relatively speaking.
"It truly is one of a kind," relays the listing agent.
The high-rise residence tops the list of 2019 whale sales for Buckhead.
Priced from the $700Ks, 28th at Brookwood has sprouted in "one of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods."
With horse pastures and a fountain-filled pond, it’s called a European escape amidst ITP Atlanta.
The Buckhead Village building has opened with stylized, classic looks—and rents from $1,600 studios to nearly $5,000 penthouses.
Construction at Graydon Buckhead is expected to launch this quarter, with prices beginning at $1.6 million.
From Buckhead to Sylvan Hills, housing prices within ITP Atlanta continue to rise, but attractive, cheaper condos and houses are available.
The 1970s residence with a huge footprint is tucked away near the Governor’s Mansion.
The art-bedecked 1950s property sprawls across nearly 7,000 square feet for $1.69M.
Spacious homes with desirable locations are prevalent at this price point.
The 1960s studio is move-in ready and relatively affordable, but Atlanta buyers would have to make concessions.
Looking to spruce up your ATL abode in 2020? Here’s an eclectic slate of options mapped out across the city.
This 1920s Buckhead fixer-upper is loaded with intriguing features, but it occupies the neighborhood’s biggest lot.
The tech industry helped differentiate Midtown during boom times for the city’s office space overall.
The pricey "sub-penthouse" in Buckhead Village melds wow with walkability, per the agent.