A retrospective spanning from big-league stadiums to one controversial house.
Former media mogul is set to attend a WarnerMedia ceremony to honor a legacy launched in Atlanta.
Now finished, metro Atlanta’s most environmentally advanced structure aims to be a self-sustaining launchpad for big ideas.
The ATL1 facility will make high-performance computing possible at Georgia Tech.
The site has been vacant since a senior housing facility was toppled eight years ago.
From Emory and Oglethorpe to Georgia Tech, these structures are more than utilitarian college buildings.
The potentially $200 million project could produce two new high-rises and a large pedestrian plaza.
Thousands of Atlanta newbies—relatively clueless—are arriving this month.
The latest news from one of Atlanta’s fastest-evolving commercial districts.
The bones date to 1945 at this building between Centennial Olympic Park and Georgia Tech.
The Living Building is expected to be open for students and staff next month.
Top dignitaries celebrate wooing the Fortune 500 railroad company to Atlanta.
The Portman-designed tower houses offices for Georgia Tech and others; food hall coming soon.
The developer aims to have a 1.4 million-square-foot office footprint in Tech Square.
Unsubtle three-story residence features a "unique" floorplan and skyline views.
The refurbished tower completes phase one of the school’s Library Next project.
From the airport to MARTA’s Arts Center Station, these concepts didn’t lack ambition.
Transformative project is expected to boast "the ultimate rooftop experience," too.
Atlanta-based Cousins Properties just filed for a land use permit for the $200 million proposal.
Now called the Annex Bookstore, the circa-1930s building was saved from demolition.
Development group is lobbying Invest Atlanta for help, promising thousands of new jobs and a $220M economic impact.
With a projected 400,000 square feet, the Midtown development would welcome business and engineering students.
The high-rise is one of three Portman-designed projects on the busy street near Georgia Tech.
Videos: How The Omni, Midtown’s Wachovia Building, and many other well-known structures came down.
Between World War II and the Centennial Olympic Games, Atlanta was rendered unrecognizable.
The eight-story structure is now named after its address, "1375 Peachtree."
The cops’ new digs will include lighting designed "to protect the circadian rhythm."
Of Marcel Breuer’s work, library head says: "What we’ve always heard about this building is it’s dark; it’s dingy; it’s dank."
Sonit Bafna had his students design their own libraries for the digital age.
The $140 million complex will offer office and retail space, apartments, homes, and a hotel, plans say.
With hotel rooms, condos, and offices, the Selig development could be one of the tallest skyscrapers around.
Fifth Street awaits a makeover that should safen roads for pedestrians, cylcists, and others.
Cousins Properties’s project could be the tallest office building the neighborhood’s seen in a while.
Lively Means Street unit boasts a porch like a loading dock, barn doors made from Thai fishing boats.
Facebook, CyrusOne, DataBank, and others have set up shop in the metro area.
It comes with a built-in Starbucks drive-thru.
Roomy despite its one-bedroom status, Westside pad is appropriate, says listing, for "seasoned entertainers."
Construction on the student housing project has nearly topped out along Spring Street.
Theory West Midtown will house more than 500 students and bring new retail to edge of Georgia Tech’s campus.