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Marketing officials call the Juniper Street location paramount.
The Jimmy Buffett-branded high-rise is expected to feature timeshare units and a 14,000-square-foot restaurant.
A comma error almost signaled a snag in the city’s growth spurt, it seems.
Despite coronavirus concerns, more than four dozen listings have appeared in Atlanta alone in the past 24 hours.
The coronavirus outbreak is forcing Atlantans indoors, and transit officials say slimmer services could result.
Unflinching PBS documentary "East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story" was produced by Ken Burns.
The late crooner and longtime Georgian knew when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em, you might say.
Despite coronavirus restrictions, one Decatur boy had a birthday surprise for the ages.
Mayor Bottoms’s mandate doesn’t apply to the Atlanta Beltline, parks, or takeout restaurants.
To thwart the novel coronavirus, a stay-at-home order is possible, as closure of all bars, restaurants, and gyms is mandated.
With coronavirus precautions frustrating the city’s permitting processes, it’s unclear when cranes might ascend over the downtown site.
On the bright side, could locals find their own ways to welcome the changing of seasons?
Virtual video escapes from around the ATL.
The move could ultimately protect older buildings from the wrecking ball.
Organizations are assisting hourly employees and others with payments, but resources are spread thin.
"This is a tipping point for teleworking."
The social media colossus will expand its local footprint at a time when tech jobs are flowing into Midtown.
Homebuilder: "If this lasts more than a few weeks, it’ll be challenging for all in the industry"
MARTA remains fully operational but is taking a hit among business and office closures.
In the works are four stories of reclaimed brick from the 1800s.
"Atlanta’s real estate market was relatively robust coming into this crisis, so there’s no reason to think the recovery will not be robust."
A trip from downtown to Buckhead, and back, illustrates the impact of workplace changes.
Two master bedrooms must have done the trick.
Social distancing measures weren’t universally obliged on a festive, temperate weekend.
Meanwhile, with the advent of spring, are house parties and home barbecues a good idea?
Look for sleek new Pinewood Atlanta Studios offices designed for making films.
Could scooters that park themselves—however bizarre it looks—help fix Atlanta’s e-scooter woes?
The city’s long-hyped NCAA Final Four isn’t happening, and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has created a Coronavirus Pandemic Coordination Team.
How the subdistrict’s latest development pieces are planned to fit.
When organizers planned a similar soiree in 2014, locals retaliated.
According to the Global Traffic Scorecard, Atlanta scored worse overall—shockingly—than last year.
Expect a creative corporate campus and possibly more where Clint Eastwood filmed scenes for "Richard Jewell."
The Atlanta film mogul’s latest vision calls for restaurants, a concert hall, theater houses, and public tours.
An estimated seven million people ventured through the area in 2019—and half went to Piedmont Park.
Construction could kick off at a site fronting Historic Fourth Ward Park this year, developers say.
Also on tap: plans for new residences to join Crescent Avenue eateries.
Expect an overhaul at the Airport station to kick off in coming weeks, with a Five Points redo down the line.