While some retail and restaurants have shuttered temporarily, more are on the way.
Amid coronavirus concerns and wobbling market, intown neighborhoods are dotted with pre-sale listings.
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It’s part of more than $700 million in development completed or underway near Georgia State Stadium.
Meet the neighborhood’s priciest finished house at the moment.
Commercial investment in the neighborhood is extending beyond the Georgia State Stadium area.
Who could have seen this coming in 2010?
The potentially $96 million, three-mile circuit would connect the heart of Atlanta to the Beltline’s Southside Trail.
Might a tiny home or two be headed for the neighborhood, too?
Groundbreaking adds to nearly 1,000 new residences planned for blocks around Georgia State Stadium.
Choices abound, offering both coveted locations and spacious dwellings.
Rising community will eventually entail 100 homes next to Georgia Avenue eateries and the former Turner Field.
National developer Alliance Residential has closed on a site overlooking former Turner Field parking lots.
The Panthers basketball team would also play at the Summerhill location.
Newly built three-bedroom is determined to shirk cookie-cutter condescension.
"Summerhill has undergone multiple sweeping metamorphoses over the past decades, from which Georgia Avenue was not spared," writes Dr. Marni Davis.
At once-empty retail district, Wood’s Chapel BBQ is open, and Halfway Crooks Beer is on tap.
Developer Carter has inked another restaurant, as non-student housing could launch this summer.
Georgia Avenue’s redo has welcomed its first new retail option, while homes and offices move forward.
The $1.5 million development is a few blocks from GSU and Carter’s stadium area revamp.
Arcade and mini-golf course shuttered in 2004 after sputtering as Turner Field-adjacent entertainment hub.
Georgia Avenue is looking different by the day, and a block-creating project should exacerbate changes.
The first UP-Custom offering is coming to market soon at $450K.
Four upcoming shops and restaurants should debut sporadically through spring 2019, developer says.
Floorplan for tall, thin three-bedroom is described as "amazing." Indeed.
Developer behind the Georgia State Stadium area’s redo is also dropping hints about tenants to come.
After six months closed, Courtland Street will once again connect Georgia State with the statehouse, Atlanta City Hall
Stadium neighborhoods are already looking different by the day.
Meanwhile, streets near the Braves’s old ballpark are looking different by the day.
Four-bedroom with farmhouse leanings is promoted as "California dreaming" for some reason.
It isn’t the only residential news southeast of downtown, not far from the Beltline’s forthcoming Southside Trail.
Just blocks from Georgia State Stadium, this circa-1920s abode is a clean, crisp, and concise package.
Four-story dwelling includes a rooftop terrace for a relatively inexpensive asking price.
The line will connect downtown to Georgia State’s redevelopment around former Turner Field.
The 8,000-seat facility will play host to Panthers basketball, conferences, concerts, and commencement.
Rents at large apartment hives in Decatur, Atlantic Station, and parts of Buckhead stagnated, study finds.
More than a dozen green spaces will see major investment thanks to funds from Park Pride.
East Atlanta staple Hodgepodge Coffeehouse is second confirmed tenant at strip near former Turner Field.
Prepare for an eventful year across the ATL development, entertainment, and commercial landscapes.