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East Point is getting serious about attracting millennials and the companies that employ them by way of Beltline-esque, multi-use trails — which, in turn, could present a whole new way of traversing the ITP city.
What’s really interesting is that the report parses the suburbs of Atlanta into the distinctive districts that they are — rather than one bland doughnut of societal conformity where hipsters’ dreams of being cool go to die.
There are a number of major projects already underway that promise to revitalize our in-town neighborhoods, suburbs, public transportation transit an
With its Juliet balcony and unexpected barn door, this condo offers city living at an increasingly rare price-point ($169,000) for a target market that probably includes singles, suburbanites seeking a pied-à-terre, or couples not prone to fighting.
The largest tract of undeveloped land in Kirkwood could soon be named a historic district, adding protection to 11 old industrial buildings on the site. If sold, it’s likely the valuable tract could draw plenty of interest from developers.
Georgia State University on Wednesday unveiled renderings of what it plans to do at Turner Field.
In Avondale Estates, that oft-overlooked bastion of attractive midcentury stock, this low-slung 1954 looker takes design cues from builder Joseph Eichler, the California pioneer who brought modernist homes to the masses — and whose creations are wildly coveted decades later.
The center will be similar to UPS’ mega hubs in Louisville, Ky. and Ontario, Calif., a real estate source told Atlanta Business Chronicle Nov. 8.
Changing the DNA of high-rise properties in Atlanta can be risky business, but this corner unit at the well-positioned 1010 Midtown building has been modified into what the listing agent calls (accurately, it would appear) a "truly stunning world-class designer home."
Like other old cottages in East Lake, the former 1940s home on this corner lot has undergone an extreme Prairie-inspired makeover, swapping quaintness for an abundance of modern lines and sheer living space. It asks $649,900 after a recent discount.
Study after study has shown that Atlanta holds appeal as a destination for millennials. Yet when it comes to actually owning a slice of the Big Peach pie — or saving in the face of escalating rent costs — affordability presents a problem.
Touted as "luxury living at its finest," the Wilshire will serve up three-to-five-bedroom pads by Harrison Design, with Jim Weinberg Lifestyles interiors and construction by Arthur Rutenberg Homes — a strong pedigree, in other words.
A stone’s throw from Agnes Scott College in Decatur’s Winnona Park, this circa-1905, relatively subdued Victorian is described in marketing materials as a "historic landmark" that once was home to a Coca-Cola chemist named Dr. King.
The renovation looks clean, the redone kitchen simple and beautiful (nice quartz-swirls on the waterfall island!), and the EcoSmart fireplace snazzy. Meanwhile, the detached studio around back looks like solitary confinement with better ceilings.