A former Atlanta City Council president and current mayoral hopeful who was among the Beltline’s early backers sees red flags galore with an apartment proposal in Reynoldstown that would snuggle up to the extended Eastside Trail.
MARTA is planning to extend lines into Cobb County, connecting hundreds of thousands of suburban Atlantans to the rest of the city via viable public transit for the first time ever. Well, hypothetically, anyways.
Listed for just shy of $2.5M, this painstakingly customized, 13,700-square-foot slice of suburban decadence was modeled after several castles, with its biggest influence being Sir Walter Scott’s 1770s home. Think: Downton Abbey meets cul-de-sac.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and located up the street from Marietta’s square, this Victorian estate is called Oakton, and it acted as headquarters for Maj. General Loring during the famed 1864 Battle of Kennesaw Mountain.
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.
Located on 33 acres off Interstate 75, the headquarters and training facility will feature six fields: three turf and three grass. And the site is apparently at least 50 percent larger than Centennial Olympic Park — so take that, Atlanta.