Brookhaven has launched a study to determine the feasibility of a trail network near Interstate 285.
The forthcoming AC Hotel is far from the only new lodging option planned for the area.
It’s part of a highway-expanding "mobility" plan that could cost upwards of $11B.
Expect Perimeter cities to be dotted with even more cranes—a la Midtown—soon.
In Beltline visionary Ryan Gravel’s competition, pitches range from awesome to adorable to downright horrific.
In the works for more than a decade, the new mini-city is projected to ultimately create 10 urban blocks.
Hypothetically speaking, what would make for a "Bigger Better Loop?"
School system officials raise safety concerns about GDOT’s interstate expansion plans.
But will the subtraction of a few thousand drivers help alleviate hellacious Perimeter congestion?
The road-creating projects have been a point of contention among Perimeter city, OTP officials.
Developers pull the plug on a mini Krog Street Market just beyond the Perimeter because tenants wouldn’t bite.
Promising new perspectives on the city, Dunwoody project Twelve24 joins a groundswell of ATP development.
This latest mixed-use development joins several others near Perimeter Mall.
Entertainment and recreation options, plus walkability are key components of future growth, says Michael Starling.
The controversial highway expansion is an effort to curb traffic congestion, state leaders say.
But the proposed condo component appears to be no more.
From historic to natural settings and upscale ballrooms, Atlanta overflows with venues for marital bliss.
More than 200 residences have sold at this three-section Sandy Springs venture, developer reports.
GDOT officials say the interstate overhaul could reduce traffic delays by thousands of hours daily.
It’s the latest in a string of transit-oriented developments popping up around metro Atlanta.
Construction on community with a "pedestrian-friendly street grid" is slated to kick off in 2019.
What this could mean for major projects in the urbanizing city remains to be seen.
Currently, 75 percent of Dunwoody residents commute alone in personal vehicles.
Perimeter project by Crescent Communities will be joined by another in Old Fourth Ward—and a third in mystery location.
The OTP project would also bring 500,000 square feet of offices and three acres of green space.
Redevelopment of 19 acres would also include offices, retail, and parks, with an emphasis on walkability, developer says.
With job counts on the rise, Gwinnett County is seeing an influx of major multifamily developments.
The 16-story project will bring more than 300,000 square feet of office space to a site next to MARTA.
Cushman & Wakefield analysis highlights influence of transit as the city evolves.
Refreshed sky-rise near SunTrust Park-area development called "the path of progress."
Say hello to four new restaurants—and some "fitness boutiques."
"Most millennials grew up in the suburbs, and they are comfortable there," says Norman Radow.
Growing Dunwoody campus illustrates Perimeter urbanization with MARTA link.
Relocation could signal the start of a massive, district-altering project in Dunwoody.
Along with the 16-story office and retail spaces, a new hotel is also in the works.
Like the past few years, 2017 continued Atlanta’s trend of big unveils and ambitious new proposals.
Sleek brand will join existing locations in Buckhead and downtown, with another underway in Midtown.
Development marks a change at the formerly all-business-centric district in Sandy Springs.