This year, people all over the world overshared their lives on Instagram from places like San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art, DC’s Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, the Miami Zoo, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. However, in Atlanta, we were busy partying.
Both contestants in today’s Real Estate Deathmatch hail from tony neighborhoods (Virginia-Highland and Ansley Park, respectively) with enviable nearness to Atlanta’s most famed greenspace. But most buyers would argue they’re not perfect.
YOO on the Park, a 25-story luxury apartment long in the making, is moving closer to its first move-ins, with the official release of floor plans and pricing. They'll be offering luxe studios under 550 square feet for nearly $1,600.
"Transforming vacant urban spaces into pocket parks and gathering places is a priority for Midtown, and Vineyard in the City is an exciting and unique approach to accomplishing this," said Kevin Green, President and CEO of Midtown Alliance.
Atlanta is often referred to as a city in a forest, and our many parks contribute to the robust tree canopy. But what may come as a surprise is that some of Atlanta's most important parks weren't always greenspaces. Check out the history behind them
Internationally famous glass blower Dale Chihuly has returned to Atlanta. Starting Saturday, visitors can experience a range of sculptural glass works scattered throughout the Botanical Garden. But for those who can't wait, we've got a peek.