For single-family-home buyers, getting a foot into desirable Atlanta areas (or ones projected to be desirable one day) could be surprisingly doable. Sacrifices don’t have to include things like gleaming hardwoods and solid countertops.
Three schemes have been unveiled for the revitalization of the area around The Ted, each recognizing the sites of the former stadiums while creating walkable neighborhoods. The designs propose an array of development around parks and new streets.
The project at 1040 Grant St., a $20-million revitalization effort of six warehouses, has been dubbed "The Beacon." According to Pellerin Real Estate, the company expects the development to be the Beltline's "next significant lifestyle destination."
Streets Alive returned to Atlanta this weekend, featuring a four-mile route through the city's southside. The event linked Westview, West End, Adair Park, Pittsburgh, Mechanicsville, Summerhill, and Grant Park with events, performances, and fun.