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Celebrating the unofficial end to summer, "Clusterfest" returns in full force for 2019.
The nearly 10-acre site is zoned to allow more than 10 million square feet of commercial and residential development.
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How to navigate the Big Game madness and have some fun doing so.
As the Falcons’s new season begins, acclaimed Hungarian sculptor reflects on six months in Atlanta and his most famous work to date.
The unique hotel project’s design has changed since its early 2017 "groundbreaking."
Reports: If CIM Group can bring $5 billion worth of construction, public funding might even approach $2 billion.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and company cut the ribbon on the complex’s first major expansion since 2002.
In photos and video, see "the most unique roof structure in the world," now officially functional in downtown Atlanta.
Yeah, the Jackson Street Bridge made the cut; get over it.
Plus, The Benz’s first public roof-opening spectacle is planned this month!
Green space neighboring Atlanta’s grandest coliseum will offer more than tailgating brouhaha, officials stress.
The camera shutter-esque apex of Atlanta’s newest stadium has been stalled by issues for a while.
As the latest example of investment, downtown lodging opened this week, offering 100-plus rooms and amenities aplenty.
Offices are closing early and residents are being urged to avoid downtown streets after 2 p.m.
Hotels, sites, and how to navigate MARTA for what promises to be a busy weekend in Atlanta.
The ATL has plenty of quintessential places with great views, but these 10 sites garnered the most posts this year.
Like the past few years, 2017 continued Atlanta’s trend of big unveils and ambitious new proposals.
Blasts at 1 a.m. wake residents, succeed in bringing down remaining walls of the stadium.
The rubble hasn’t been cleared, but plans are already in place for a 1,010-room hotel on the Georgia Dome site.
Neighborhood leader installed as restaurant manager to oversee 90 employees.
Atlanta’s new coliseum has been plagued by high-profile issues, but a new timeline has been revealed for fixes.
City has been shortlisted for 2026 North American bid for the soccer championship.
The 27-foot-tall, stainless-steel fruit is intended to attract attention—and selfies.
If it’s a nice evening in Atlanta, that is.
After frustrated fans took to social media, the stadium acknowledges issues, offers explanations, fixes moving forward
Fans question why stadium isn’t equipped with more exits, express concern about emergency egress.
Annual "Clusterfest" is back, y’all—with a vengeance!
Team effort with Atlanta Bicycle Coalition means no app (or cash) required.
After three years of construction (and several delays), let the games begin.
The unfinished coliseum is now officially a destination for Atlanta freeway commuters.
Could this serve as the “before” version of a game-changing, $1B mixed-use overhaul?
Officials: $24-million center should boost neighborhood blocks from Atlanta Falcons’ new stadium.
Falcons brass have unveiled plans for a greenspace they say will reconnect historic Westside neighborhoods with downtown Atlanta.
An initiative has launched to help qualified people burdened by the effects of gentrification and economic growth in neighborhoods just west of downtown. Payouts begin in 2018.
The property dates to the 1920s, encompasses 61,000 square feet total, and has been featured in more than a dozen films, including Driving Miss Daisy.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium was initially supposed to open March 1. And then June 1. Then July 30 with an Atlanta United game. And now?
The football field-long gathering place will feature 300 feet of food and drinks, open to all fans.
Atlanta United’s $1.5-billion permanent home—a grandiose NFL coliseum with a special configuration for MLS games—will be open for business in a little more than four months.
The Falcons have been Atlanta’s team since their founding in 1966. Over the last five decades, they’ve played in two stadiums, and are gearing up to open their third. In honor of the Dirty Birds’ trip to the Super Bowl, here’s a bit of history.