With its Juliet balcony and unexpected barn door, this condo offers city living at an increasingly rare price-point ($169,000) for a target market that probably includes singles, suburbanites seeking a pied-à-terre, or couples not prone to fighting.
Recent study groups and community meetings have produced some revelations — and great mounds of wonk-tastic, hypothetical design minutia — regarding the Beltline’s future on the southeastern and south sides of Atlanta. That's a good thing.
Across the metro, kids are gearing up to head back to school this week. While students in Atlanta may attend class in historic buildings like Grady High or Inman Park Middle, many of the city's oldest surviving schools aren't even schools now.
After years of contentious meetings, Walmart uproar, applause for Kroger, and finally construction, Fuqua Development’s "Glenwood Place" project is coming to fruition. For this installment of Visual Journeys, we swung by the Fuqua project to see how things are shaping up.
The home boasts nearly 3,000 square feet and plenty of opportunity to breathe that fresh Atlanta air, with a huge walk-out deck and rooftop terrace. Built in 2008, the residence has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two half bathrooms.