Listed at $550,000, this reimagined pad counts three bedrooms and 2,646 square feet beneath clusters of towering pines. It might not be a midcentury modern in the puritanical sense, but the house now boasts that unmistakable, clean-lined flair.
Three large redevelopment projects are underway in Chamblee, bringing apartments, retail, and restaurants to Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. As one of the country's fastest growing cities, Chamblee is experiencing a major MARTA-adjacent boom.
For Atlanta summers, the backyard paradise here would be nothing short of spectacular, with its large Pebble Tec pool, waterfall, eight-person (!) hot tub, cabana-like patio, and mature plantings that include palms. But there’s a catch.
Atlanta may be booming, but two metro cities are supposedly REALLY killing it. A new report shows Norcross and Chamblee are dominating this whole growth thing, with staggering population explosions between 2010 and 2014. But there's always a catch.
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.
Some homes tout their proximity to public parks, but few can boast the adjacency to greenspace TerraCraft has achieved in Chamblee. Ten new homes have come to "the middle" of Chamblee's 44-acre Keswick Park, just off of Peachtree Boulevard.
If there was any doubt the MARTA Gold Line is drawing development to the northeastern ITP city of Chamblee, they should be quickly quashed. In fact, the Gold Line is really turning into a gold mine for developers. Get it? Mine instead of line?
Construction has commenced on Parkview on Peachtree, after a groundbreaking at the site last week. The project will bring residences, retail, and office space to a site along Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Chamblee, near the city's MARTA station.
As the popularity of ITP living grows, new townhomes are popping up on lots once occupied by single-family homes. While one home can often be replaced by a few townhomes, developers are always on the lookout for the motherlode: a deep, spacious lot.