A Frisbee’s toss from Cabbagetown Park, this circa-1920 bungalow has landed not one — but two! — contracts since listing at $595,000 a few days after Thanksgiving. Being the only house for sale in the neighborhood helps.
Here on Savannah Street, this cozy two-bedroom cottage from the 1940s has lingered on the market for about 40 days, and though its the only option for home purchasing in C-town (and a thoroughly restored one at that), it just endured a $15,000 price reduction this week.
By and large, the existing stock of tiny houses in Atlanta is what other cities call, um, houses. Traditionally, Atlantans have been prone to shiver at the thought of single-family square footages south of 1,500, but times are changing.
With its two bedrooms and 1,340 square feet, this modern-age shotgun is touted as "redefining Cabbagetown cool" on "one of the community’s most beloved streets" — and it appears to have consumed nearly every functional foot of the lot.
As part of Beltline construction, expect lane closures along Wylie Street for the next six weeks, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays. The impacted stretch runs between the Krog Street Tunnel and Chester Avenue.
It's finally here: Construction trailers, Bobcats, tree-removal equipment, hard-hatted people in white trucks, and plenty of workers in fluorescent gear who have the common goal of bringing the multi-use trail south through Reynoldstown.
Atlanta's social scene is exploding, and the growing lineup of festivals is getting crowded. To help set the record straight, and determine which events are never to be missed, The Great Atlanta Festival Face-Off is marching on!
To determine which ATL festivals are never to be missed, we thought a little mid-year tournament was in order. It’s May Madness, if you will. Your votes this week will declare which local festival is crowned the best of 2016.
For this look down memory lane, we revisited property spotlights of Curbed Atlanta past to get an idea, at least anecdotally, of how things have changed in the last two or three years. Spoiler alert: This market is radically different now.
This adorable Cabbagetown house dates back to the 1800s and is one of the neighborhood's original homes, according to the listing. With a single bedroom, bathroom, and just 834 square feet, it could almost qualify as a tiny home, too. Price: $225,000.
Atlanta Beltline officials have music for the ears of any Atlantan who's enjoyed a walk, run, bike ride, or dog-propelled skateboard trip on the popular Eastside Trail — and who wants more of it. After years of delays, construction is very near.