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  • Midtown’s latest sky-rise is a go over Peachtree Street

    Midtown’s latest sky-rise is a go over Peachtree Street

    Plans indicate tower would climb 33 stories, replacing low-rise restaurants The largest of three projects Chicago-based developer CA Ventures is pushing forward in Midtown and Buckhead appears to...

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  • Lawmaker worries affordable housing options can’t handle Georgia’s expected senior boom

    Lawmaker worries affordable housing options can’t handle Georgia’s expected senior boom

    Legislation would create a committee to combat dearth of housing, issue of “senior orphans” In 2016, there were roughly 1.3 million people 65 and over living in Georgia. By 2040, that number...

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  • Surprisingly mod Inman Park residence aims to fetch $1.7M

    Surprisingly mod Inman Park residence aims to fetch $1.7M

    Encompassing more that 5,000 square feet, it’s billed as “the intown home you’ve been waiting for!” On the exterior, this example of early aughts architecture in Inman Park employs flourishes such...

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  • 1940s Edgewood Avenue building on streetcar line seeks new lease on life

    1940s Edgewood Avenue building on streetcar line seeks new lease on life

    What should become of a prominent building zoned for restaurant, nightclub, bowling alley, office uses? A highly visible office building on Sweet Auburn’s Edgewood Avenue is aiming for a new lease...

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  • Fresh renderings: West Midtown’s first residential high-rise is taking shape

    Fresh renderings: West Midtown’s first residential high-rise is taking shape

    Prices start in the high $300Ks and max out at $1.75M for a penthouse West Midtown’s first high-rise residential building is inching closer to becoming reality. Although Seven88 West Midtown...

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  • Atlanta counted among five global cities boldly fighting consequences of sprawl

    Atlanta counted among five global cities boldly fighting consequences of sprawl

    Like Los Angeles and Shanghai, Atlanta is trying to fix “fundamental error of the past,” National Geographic observes Atlanta was famously (and infamously) described in the 1990s as the poster...

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  • Billed as ‘European masterpiece,’ refreshed 1930s Buckhead residence seeks $3.3M

    Billed as ‘European masterpiece,’ refreshed 1930s Buckhead residence seeks $3.3M

    Carriage house, decor surprises highlight home designed by noted architect Flip Burge Moneybags Atlanta homebuyers in the market for a property with architectural pedigree that melds traditional...

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  • Circa-1930 Grant Park School razed for luxury apartments, townhomes

    Circa-1930 Grant Park School razed for luxury apartments, townhomes

    The old building was once home to the Atlanta Arts Exchange, too Another piece of Atlanta’s historical fabric has met the wrecking ball. A few months ago, North Carolina-based developer Grubb...

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  • Legislation would impose tougher fines for motorists who park, drive in bike lanes

    Legislation would impose tougher fines for motorists who park, drive in bike lanes

    But would the law be widely enforced? Anyone who’s cycled around Atlanta—or any major city, for that matter—has likely encountered a motorist using a bike lane as a parking spot or loading...

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  • Atlanta is getting its own department of transportation

    Atlanta is getting its own department of transportation

    Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms made the announcement during Thursday’s State of the City address When Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms was a city councilwoman, she sometimes found herself wondering...

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  • Atlanta ranks No. 4 for most aggressive drivers 

    Atlanta ranks No. 4 for most aggressive drivers 

    Congested roads lead to aggressive driving habits like speeding, rapid acceleration, and braking, study says For anyone who has ever sat in Atlanta’s rush-hour traffic, it’s easy to understand how...

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  • Today’s the last day to weigh in on Renew Atlanta, TSPLOST funding priorities

    Today’s the last day to weigh in on Renew Atlanta, TSPLOST funding priorities

    The fate of “complete streets” and other infrastructure improvement projects will soon be determined Today may very well be Atlantans’ last chance to weigh in on the project prioritization process...

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  • Air rights procurement moves CIM Group closer to Gulch redevelopment

    Air rights procurement moves CIM Group closer to Gulch redevelopment

    The Los Angeles-based developer now has every piece of property needed to move the project forward Los Angeles-based developer CIM Group just snagged the last piece of property needed to launch...

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  • Curbed Comparisons: 5 recent renovations on the Westside

    Curbed Comparisons: 5 recent renovations on the Westside

    From size to interior design, similarities reign when it comes to upgrading these homes west of the city This installment of Curbed Comparisons takes a look at the recent renovations heating up...

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  • For many Georgians, poor credit scores remain primary roadblock to homeownership

    For many Georgians, poor credit scores remain primary roadblock to homeownership

    New study finds 62 percent of Georgians want to buy a home, but nearly 40 percent are hindered by a poor credit score Home prices may be on the rise, but that’s not the “make or break” factor...

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  • 10 easy, non-cliché Spring Break destinations close to Atlanta 

    10 easy, non-cliché Spring Break destinations close to Atlanta 

    Skip the traditional beach trip in favor of these (mostly) outdoor adventures Spring Break is just around the corner, and both kids and parents are ready to let loose. However, instead of packing...

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  • Abandoned Medical Arts Building could become downtown’s next hotel

    Abandoned Medical Arts Building could become downtown’s next hotel

    The circa-1927 structure’s façade is protected by a historic preservation easement A 1920s-era building planted at the corner of downtown’s Peachtree Street and Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard is staring...

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  • Video: Central Atlanta Progress unveils new vision for downtown Stitch project

    Video: Central Atlanta Progress unveils new vision for downtown Stitch project

    A 14-acre stretch of highway could one day score a $450 million mixed-use upgrade A decade from now, Atlanta’s Downtown Connector, as well as the hellish traffic it carries, could be covered with...

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  • ‘Sleek’ mid-century modern in Morningside desires $1.3M

    ‘Sleek’ mid-century modern in Morningside desires $1.3M

    After complete renovation, the home claims to offer “modern living at its finest” After a full renovation that went down to the studs, everything about this 1956 mid-century modern in Morningside...

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  • State of Georgia moves closer to taking over Atlanta airport

    State of Georgia moves closer to taking over Atlanta airport

    Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms likened the takeover push to “an act of war” The tug-of-war over the world’s busiest passenger airport just got a bit more complicated, as the Georgia State Senate...

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