Or will the lush acreage near Lenox Square spell its doom?
Though properties are prevalent north and east of the city’s core, they don’t seem to move quickly.
Updated 1967 oddity near Lenox Square is described as "pristine."
Originally built in 1940, this "amazing structure" is primed for a transformation into a more modern incarnation.
Despite midcentury-modern flair and sensitive updates, 1961 property has lingered on the market since January.
Perturbed residents reportedly storm out of meeting detailing city’s forthcoming "model mile" with eventual Beltline link.
Near Buckhead’s most popular shopping, 1960s residence contains vintage charm with contemporary upgrades.
Along a leafy street around the corner from Lenox Square, this midcentury modern residence has undergone a renovation that’s both extensive and striking.
This 1962 residence is certainly fun, with an emphasis on social spaces. Perks include elements that run throughout: birch hardwood floors, an integrated sound system, and extensive landscape lighting with something called "moon lighting."