Spacious homes with desirable locations are prevalent at this price point.
In the shadow of Midtown, the neighborhood’s priciest listing at the moment is a 6,000-square-foot blank slate.
Unique two-story from 1995 spans nearly 8,000 square feet in the shadow of Midtown.
Officials: For the first time in Beltline history, three major trail sections will soon be under construction at once.
And construction of Eastside Trail lighting is on the horizon, too.
Recently built Park Lane Residences has exacting standards—and some of Atlanta’s highest townhome prices ever.
Three-story contemporary is a rare example of LEED Silver-certified home in Georgia, per the listing.
Nine-home project with designs by Lew Oliver expects move-ins this fall.
Despite a location between Atlanta Botanical Garden and Midtown, 5,000-square-footer has lingered for nearly a year.
Dutch-style lodge flirts with $1 million but offers Midtown walkability.
On display in 2019 are homes from Inman Park to the Chattahoochee River and beyond.
Emails between North American Properties and other officials show an important disconnect, neighbors contend.
Where to see the city bloom—minus the crowds.
Some neighbors are concerned the city could forfeit public space for private benefit.
Proof that living two blocks from Piedmont Park comes at a premium these days.
No shortage of inventory and locations to choose from across the city.
Flat in 1919 landmark exemplifies clean but cozy simplicity.
Stylishly expanded residence stands a block from the High Museum of Art.
Jazzed-up contemporary counts windows for days and no shortage of surprises.
Both overflow with charm and updated features, but neither has sold, despite price cuts.
Four-townhome project near Atlanta Botanical Garden will lean a little European.
Have all the tunnel slides and crazy rockets gone extinct?
Great location and quality craftsmanship coalesce in this classic, yet imperfect The Prado residence.
Piedmont Heights is already seeing a serious transformation.
Plans call for four-story, modern-style residences accessible only by alleys.
Quaint home near Piedmont Park features tray ceilings, a colorful interior, and some very dated 1951 décor.
Eight of the top 10 "Best Places to Live in Georgia" are Atlanta neighborhoods, per municipal rankings site.
Circa-1911 building along Piedmont Avenue was lost following years of neglect; in its place, three modern residences are planned.
Three buildings at Peachtree and 17th streets will be combined to create a modern complex with streetfront retail
Presentation reveals outlook for Northeast Trail segments that will take the Beltline around Piedmont Park and beyond.
1964 ranch near Chastain suggested as prime teardown on dream lot.
Embracing its beautiful surroundings, this streamlined dwelling near Midtown includes a backyard oasis.
A former residence of Margaret Mitchell, this top-floor condo is steps from Piedmont Park, Midtown.
Can three levels of living space and more than 6,000 square feet achieve what’s a high price, even for this neighborhood?
Two-bedroom flat on Peachtree Street has classic charm but isn’t without constraints.
Relocation could signal the start of a massive, district-altering project in Dunwoody.
Spacious and generally sterling, circa-1910 residence overlooking Winn Park was overhauled nine years ago.
"Backyard oasis" one of many "breathtaking outdoor living spaces" at 1945 traditional minutes from Midtown.
Classic four-square style near Atlanta Botanical Garden moved quickly for its price point.