"You won’t find many kitchens like this for less than $400K," the listing asserts.
It’s a few doors down from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final house, with rental potential.
Light-up downtown initiative moves closer to "creating light, vitality, and activity" in the city.
Kathryn Johnston Memorial Park in English Avenue is designed to help solve chronic flooding, too.
Latest designation for 10 endangered Georgia properties also includes Atlanta’s Fountain Hall.
It’s been more than half a decade since city leaders decided to build the Westside park.
Celebrating the unofficial end to summer, "Clusterfest" returns in full force for 2019.
The Nonprofit Center for Change promises an "urban-modeled Family Dollar," farmers market, and more.
Recently acquired "critical link" aims to open Beltline and downtown access for English Avenue, Bankhead, beyond.
Although several key projects are in the pipeline, the city’s green space prevalence is still considered mediocre.
Some say the former residence of Atlanta’s first black mayor should be restored.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has laid out recommendations for how to tackle inequality issues.
Parcel next to church aims to capitalize on proximity to new park, Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The money is also expected to boost local job opportunities and foster small business growth.
Corridor could provide a direct path between downtown Atlanta and the city’s largest park.
Planned Vine City jobs hub has been likened to "a community WeWork."
A tour of two neighborhoods where investment—and hardship—abounds.
The efforts could produce nine single-family homes and a 130-unit multifamily development.
Off The Wall exhibit will feature works highlighting the city’s civil rights legacy.
Expect beaming billboards, massive art installations, and architectural lighting to start appearing in early 2019.
East Atlanta, Cascade’s commercial hub, and downtown’s iconic library could join the vaunted roster.
English Avenue’s Boone Park West is the latest functional play space to move forward.
Checking in on parks and trails initiatives in Historic Vine City, Buckhead, Midtown, and beyond.
"Few people in Atlanta even know that single-family homes exist in Vine City because they never venture more than a block from the stadium."
Media tour provides glimpses and details of a project leaders say will be uniquely inclusive and versatile.
Pricey downtown Atlanta pedestrian bridge is destined to shine, literally.
Veteran Atlanta journalist says the city needs to take its time to thoroughly vet a substantial mixed-use proposal.
Green space neighboring Atlanta’s grandest coliseum will offer more than tailgating brouhaha, officials stress.
Residents can apply for up to $60,000 in forgivable loans for home repairs.
The Atlanta Housing Authority will offer 100 percent housing assistance to area seniors who move to "The Legacy."
Most of the 239 rentals will be set aside for rates deemed affordable by local standards.
The home church of Ralph David Abernathy, former West Hunter Street Baptist is currently being restored.
A final, photographic salute to an Atlanta icon.
Construction of 54,000-square-foot facility is a go, a stone’s throw from Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
This stream has:
Neighborhood leader installed as restaurant manager to oversee 90 employees.
Burned-out property, dating back to postbellum Atlanta, is still in need of serious love, years after the flames.
City-altering proposals are popping up left and right, but which is the most crucial concept for Atlanta?
Developers with hopes of building Westside Reservoir Park have a few weeks to throw hats in the ring.
Development of two parks comes as investment ramps up and more Atlantans call the neighborhoods flanking downtown home.