What’s the catch?
Light-up downtown initiative moves closer to "creating light, vitality, and activity" in the city.
When it comes to walkability and transit access, downtown Atlanta shines—relatively speaking.
The hotel project neighboring Mercedes-Benz Stadium won’t be guest-ready until this summer, officials say.
From Buckhead to Sylvan Hills, housing prices within ITP Atlanta continue to rise, but attractive, cheaper condos and houses are available.
The Georgia World Congress Center project is one of two new high-profile lodging options neighboring the stadium.
Condos at this price point are prevalent throughout the city, but single-family homes are harder to come by.
The Peters Street space includes a private rooftop deck atop the circa-1920 building.
Castleberry Hill landmark looks almost unchanged since legendary Atlanta hip-hop duo freshened up the place.
CIM Group leaders detail what to expect, tentatively, as the Southeast’s largest mixed-use project gains footing in downtown Atlanta.
The massive project may be in limbo, but a Flying Biscuit is on the way.
"It’s a great chance for someone to live like a celebrity" in the shadow of downtown, says listing agent.
Near the Gulch and Mercedes-Benz Stadium, a new for-sale option is percolating.
Restored (but unpolished) property from 1870s hopes to capitalize on area’s resurgence with $3.3M ask.
He says parking enforcement agency ATLPlus should look elsewhere for revenue.
Customization possibilities are many with this early 1900s conversion on Peters Street.
Owner of longstanding Castleberry Hill pub next door says the development isn’t a "force of gentrification."
The 50-unit project would offer an "urbanist-style setting" in the downtown-adjacent neighborhood, developers say.
The Smith & Porter Railside Flats promise a nod to the neighborhood’s industrial roots.
The neighborhood’s "quintessential industrial loft" doesn’t want for unique spaces and ceiling height.
In the shadow of downtown Atlanta, eight-unit project aims to incorporate historic Walker Street facade.
Expect beaming billboards, massive art installations, and architectural lighting to start appearing in early 2019.
Hotel’s "Reverb" concept to debut in the shadow of Mercedes-Benz Stadium as part of larger Castleberry Park venture.
Boring and cramped, this place is not.
Abandoned, century-old offices will house industrial lofts and a retail corridor called "The Canyon" in the latest major investment near the Gulch.
The unique hotel project’s design has changed since its early 2017 "groundbreaking."
Peters Street unit counts more than 2,200 square feet, choice appliances, and one ice-cold aesthetic.
Residents can apply for up to $60,000 in forgivable loans for home repairs.
Recently listed flats in the shadow of downtown Atlanta are hardly bland shoeboxes.
As the latest example of investment, downtown lodging opened this week, offering 100-plus rooms and amenities aplenty.
What Gordon Lofts corner unit lacks in privacy, it compensates with quirky personality and postindustrial charm.
Southwest of downtown, listings at new conversion Brick House Lofts begin at $199K.
A final, photographic salute to an Atlanta icon.
More than two years in the making, the hotel (and accompanying apartments, restaurants, and retail) could soon begin to rise near The Benz.
Walkability to Beltline’s Westside Trail, Castleberry bars is within reach for $300Ks.
Soaring ceilings help atone for smallish floorplan at Peters Street building from 1940s.
Three-bedroom residence typifies the loft district’s industrial chutzpah—and then cranks it up a notch.
Where does "the Westside" begin? Where does it end? What’s too east, too north, too south?
$25 million bagged the 105-year-old property overlooking Castleberry Hill.