Loudermilk Companies is building a Buckhead Village office and retail complex despite denial for tax incentives.
A range of terrific options for exploring Atlanta during winter’s (somewhat) chilly weather.
Their locations are cloistered in and around Buckhead—and one glamorous condo tops the list.
Whether a night out with family, friends, or a date, these happenings are sure to welcome 2020 with a bang.
Near Peachtree Heights East’s famed Duck Pond, this updated traditional aims to allure with coziness and a functional backyard.
"Although rail expansion is contentious for its high cost, there is simply no substitute."
The custom Buckhead residence is described as a rough diamond—with hardly a dull moment.
Options lean toward larger homes north and east of downtown.
Who could have seen this coming in 2010?
Condo prices at Florida developer’s Graydon Buckhead will start at $1.6 million.
From visits with Santa to ice skating and a haunted holiday fright, these attractions brim with the spirit of the season.
Portico Buckhead’s new name is meant to reflect the community’s location on a quiet street.
One-bedroom near Lenox Square offers a penthouse vantage point on Atlanta without the price (or space).
Where to find unique gifts and support local artisans along the way.
This updated four-bedroom in Buckhead lords over "the best flat backyard in the area."
Alternately, you can rent it by the month—for $9,000.
Or will the lush acreage near Lenox Square spell its doom?
Officials: For the first time in Beltline history, three major trail sections will soon be under construction at once.
One particular, exclusive part of town dominates this list of ATL dream properties.
With HUB404’s logistical groundwork underway, leadership’s goal is to open full half-mile by 2025.
The lavish high-rise will soon welcome residents, with rents ranging from $1,790 to more than $4,000.
And construction of Eastside Trail lighting is on the horizon, too.
Georgian-style property near Atlanta Memorial Park was reimagined by Kay Douglass Interiors.
A collection of spooky tales and places throughout the metro.
Stack of 290 upscale rentals replaces a parking lot where Rio Bravo once stood.
Behold 17 acres and almost 16,000 square feet, just west of Chastain Park.
1950s Buckhead residence in the "Jeffersonian Classical Revival" style occupies a large lot.
A Kimpton boutique hotel with three restaurants will be developed by Portman Holdings.
Otherwise, the region’s most expensive rental zip codes are concentrated intown, from Old Fourth Ward to North Buckhead.
This corner unit at The Metropolitan in Buckhead counts nearly 4,000 square feet and—naturally—an elevator.
Hefty HOA fees do garner a long list of Plaza Towers amenities.
Peachtree Heights East dwelling was designed in the 1990s as an architect’s personal residence.
Who wants a free ride to and from the nearby MARTA stops?
Furnishings include pieces by Roberto Cavalli and Christopher Guy.
Forty parking spaces at Lenox Square, like others downtown this week, are slated to be repurposed.
Not a dull square inch in this showplace of pattern and texture in Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park.
Atlanta is home to many distinctive, sky-scraping landmarks that other cities envy. Here’s a map of the 10 tallest towers by height above ground.
Peachtree Heights West traditional is a well-kept beauty from a century ago.
At this price point, homes are still plentiful all around the city.