The unassuming brick ranch from 1953 at 1138 Harwell Street is where Edward Johnson, a World War II flight instructor with the Tuskegee Airmen, established his family’s roots in Atlanta after the great
For proof that owning in the $100,000s is still an actual thing on Atlanta’s eastside, look no further than smaller condos in older buildings among the hills of Virginia and Poncey-Highlands. Case in is
For the second time in a week, a traditional-style testament to the durability, enduring appeal, and overall quality of architect Neel Reid’s 1920s designs has reached the open Atlanta market. This example
Another sign that the block-altering Midtown Union project is moving forward at a prominent intown corner has emerged from a Midtown Development Review Committee meeting. During Tuesday night’s assembly,
The City of Atlanta’s annual public art festival won’t be held downtown this year, but rather in the Southwest Atlanta neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Called “ELEVATE: Pittsburgh,” the festival is being relocated
If you want to start a business, the South might just be the place to go, according to a recent report. Area Development Magazine ranked Georgia as number one on its list of “Top States for Doing Business.”
Changes around Atlantic Station’s centralized green space are set to continue in dramatic fashion befitting a blockbuster. As part of ongoing efforts to “create Midtown’s core entertainment district,”
Anyone who’s found themselves on Glenwood Avenue where it meets Moreland Avenue near East Atlanta Village has probably pondered the oddities—if not incomprehensible missteps—of city planning. Fewer are
Later this year, the world’s busiest passenger airport could see the construction of a $350 million hotel a stone’s throw from the tarmac. Developer Majestic Reality, in partnership with Portman Architects,
With postbellum roots in the 1890s, this Victorian stalwart on Grant Park’s Sydney Street is an example of what makes the historical intown neighborhood so architecturally special. It’s perched behind
It’s 93 degrees, more arid than sticky, 5 p.m. on a weekday afternoon, with a faint breeze and not a cloud in the sky. Not ideal conditions for anything except swimming, really, but curiosity takes hold.
From downtown to Vine City and beyond, a harrowing on-street route for anyone not in a vehicle is changing—and now it’s better capitalized. The Atlanta City Council on Tuesday voted in favor of legislation
Listed for the first time since it was built nine years ago, this three-story modern in the shadow of Midtown stands out with a cantilevered roofline, lording over a bank of trees along hilly Barksdale
A long-planned project that would have brought a unique stage next to the Beltline’s Eastside Trail seems to be in jeopardy, and some Reynoldstown residents are up in arms about it. For years, Beltline
Due south of downtown and Grant Park, the Chosewood Park neighborhood has seen top-end home prices climb into the $400,000s recently, where a handful of standalone houses have sold the past two years.
A long-anticipated but seemingly stunted mixed-use development near Interstate 285 might just get off the ground yet. Officials with developers GID and North American Properties have filed land disturbance