Each night for the last six weeks, the southern tip of Centennial Olympic Park has been aglow with colorful Chinese lanterns. While the show closed this past weekend, here are some photos to relive the downtown magic.
With so much investment activity in the area, and interior design that’s both lively and smart, it’s no wonder this pint-sized but practical condo at downtown Atlanta’s Healey Building went under contract in a jiffy this past week.
The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce occupies an enviable position on the edge of Centennial Olympic Park, with a rooftop terrace providing views of the Atlanta skyline and fireworks displays throughout the year. Now, that's all coming to an end.
It may be hard for many to believe, but 20 years ago the City of Atlanta was feverishly preparing to welcome the world to the Centennial Olympic Games. Now, it's time to party like it's 1996 with a blowout in downtown Atlanta. Expect Carl Lewis.
In celebration of its 130th birthday, Coca-Cola has announced a $1.8 million contribution to bolster the Centennial Park District neighborhood near the site of the sale of the first Coke back in 1886, which now features a historic marker.
The fourth annual Shaky Knees Festival made its downtown Atlanta debut this year, and — if it hadn't already — should have solidified itself among America's big-league, multi-day musical blowouts. Plus, "Purple Rain."
A map for this year's Shaky Knees shows how the fest will consume the southwestern flank of downtown, with five stages spanning from near the Georgia Aquarium, past CNN and Philips Arena, to the greenspace outside the Georgia Dome.