When the new Porsche North American headquarters opened at the eastern end of the airport’s runways back in 2015, travelers got some new eyecandy to admire when landing. Now a matching hotel is wrapping up.
A few blocks from the East Point MARTA Station and the ITP city’s downtown commercial center, the four-story Mallalieu Pointe project is claiming 2.2 acres formerly occupied by a Church Street auto lot.
East Point is getting serious about attracting millennials and the companies that employ them by way of Beltline-esque, multi-use trails — which, in turn, could present a whole new way of traversing the ITP city.
Since College Park came out of left field to make a serious run in this year’s Curbed Cup competition — climbing to runner-up honors after a close Finals with champion East Atlanta — it seemed an appropriate time to mosey a few minutes south of downtown and see what’s cracking.
Hartsfield-Jackson has been the most traveled airport in the world for many, many years. 2016 is on pace to surpass all records, with the airport expecting to serve its 100 millionth passenger during the holidays.
Construction is nearing completion on the newest hotel offering at the airport-adjacent Gateway complex, with plans for an April opening of the 204-room Renaissance. With interior work underway, new renderings reveal just how luxe the new hotel aims to be.
An InterContinental Hotel slated to rise steps away from the airport is finally moving forward. The first of three hotels planned for parking lots surrounding Hartsfield-Jackson, the building could start construction in early 2018, following a long design phase.
Planned to debut in 2017, more than 40 small dwelling places are proposed. Renderings on the developer's website shows a mix of available architectural styles for those looking to downsize their living quarters and pioneer this new way of living.
Tiny homes are a big topic these days. With the success of the Decatur Tiny House Festival last month, plans are in the works for the creation of a mini village of itty-bitty homes in East Point, not far from the city's MARTA station. Want one?
Atlanta's called a "City in the Forest," thanks to the dense tree canopy that covers much of the metro. John Portman & Associates will be bringing that aesthetic to the airport in the form of a plaza cover to the west of the main terminal.
Luxury apartments are popping up across the city, bringing unbelievable amenities to those who can pay a small fortune monthly. But a new option in College Park extends the luxury trend to the city’s southside, with (relative) affordability too.
When it comes to July 4th blowouts, metro Atlanta offers a multitude of options for the most patriotic — and pyromaniacal — among us. Here are 10 great fireworks options around Atlanta (and a couple worth driving to OTP) to do 4th of July right.
Millions have seen her over the last 20 years, welcoming arriving passengers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as they ascend into the arrivals hall. Soon, however, the girl will be but a memory, replaced by a digital display.
The City of East Point, located just south of Atlanta, is dusting off plans to create a town center adjacent to MARTA. The proposed development could provide 300 multi-family units, 183 independent living units, a grocery store, and retail spaces.
A new John Portman-designed hotel is moving toward reality by the airport. Pending city council approval, an 11-story, 440-room Intercontinental hotel could be built adjacent to the airport terminal, next to the MARTA and ATL SkyTrain stations.