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  • Q&A with Janet Simpson, a groundbreaker in male-dominated Atlanta architecture industry

    Q&A with Janet Simpson, a groundbreaker in male-dominated Atlanta architecture industry

    Serving as president of tvsdesign since 2017, Simpson says Atlanta is (finally) focused on the pedestrian experience In a growing market like Atlanta, it might come as a surprise to hear the...

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  • A block from the Beltline, Old Fourth Ward condo offers chance to ‘live tall’ for $320K

    A block from the Beltline, Old Fourth Ward condo offers chance to ‘live tall’ for $320K

    Just don’t expect to close a bedroom door Where Edgewood Avenue meets Randolph Street in the Old Fourth Ward, the Dynamic Metal Lofts building opened in 2004, replacing a longstanding recycling...

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  • What this summer has in store for Atlanta Beltline openings, construction, more

    What this summer has in store for Atlanta Beltline openings, construction, more

    The Eastside Trail is almost finished, while Southside and Northeast trails progress With a scorching summer on the horizon, the Atlanta Beltline is soon to be crammed with sweaty locals,...

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  • The scoop on Edgewood’s rising flatiron house, a true original

    The scoop on Edgewood’s rising flatiron house, a true original

    Tall, slender “Caboose House” is designed to create an intown treehouse experience Wedge-shaped architecture is hardly new to Atlanta. Downtown’s 1897 Flatiron Building, which predates the more...

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  • Atlanta rises in closely watched ParkScore ranking—but not by much

    Atlanta rises in closely watched ParkScore ranking—but not by much

    Although several key projects are in the pipeline, the city’s green space prevalence is still considered mediocre Despite a growing roster of trails, a multitude of neighborhood parks, and a few...

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  • In Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park, $5.3M remodel hailed as ‘modern work of art’

    In Buckhead’s Tuxedo Park, $5.3M remodel hailed as ‘modern work of art’

    Behold more than $1M in landscaping alone One of Buckhead’s most notable modern-traditional amalgamations has returned to the market with a fresh face. Fronting Tuxedo Road, the 6,749-square-foot...

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  • What should become of the soon-to-shutter Atlanta jail?

    What should become of the soon-to-shutter Atlanta jail?

    Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has been calling for its closure for more than a year Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’s longtime promise to shut down the city’s jail appears to be coming to...

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  • Up to 1,000 electric, rentable bikes called Wheels are bound for Atlanta

    Up to 1,000 electric, rentable bikes called Wheels are bound for Atlanta

    Dockless vehicles come equipped with helmets, Bluetooth speakers Is it a diminutive take on electric bicycles? An e-scooter with a seat and bigger wheels? Yet another last-mile connectivity...

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  • Original Georgia Dome model randomly emerges at auction—and nobody’s bidding

    Original Georgia Dome model randomly emerges at auction—and nobody’s bidding

    The minuscule stadium needs at least $500 by 3 p.m., per online government marketplace A year and a half after the Georgia Dome disappeared into a cloud of smoke and rubble, toppled by a (less...

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  • 12 great bets for enjoying Memorial Day weekend around Atlanta

    12 great bets for enjoying Memorial Day weekend around Atlanta

    From festivals and long runs to family fun and beach time, there’s something for everyone As the unofficial kickoff to summer, Memorial Day weekend overflows with activities geared to all...

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  • Dude, the ultimate summer party house just listed for $1.7M on Lake Lanier

    Dude, the ultimate summer party house just listed for $1.7M on Lake Lanier

    Listing: Private beach, party dock, massive bar make this renovated six-bedroom “your very own lake resort” If ever a lakeside home belonged near Margaritaville at Lanier Islands, it’s this one....

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  • How does Atlanta transportation affect public health? GSU researchers want to know

    How does Atlanta transportation affect public health? GSU researchers want to know

    After $250K grant, study subjects could earn free MARTA passes, cash, transportation counseling, and more Georgia State University’s Urban Studies Institute recently secured a $250,000 grant that...

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  • On Cabbagetown’s funky Carroll Street, $390K loft is sharp, functional use of space

    On Cabbagetown’s funky Carroll Street, $390K loft is sharp, functional use of space

    Twenty-foot ceilings, roof deck, and updated kitchen highlight condo in boutique building This airy, updated Cabbagetown loft exudes what could be called an approachable industrial aesthetic, and...

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  • Fund launched for wheelchair user killed on roadway calls out lacking ADA infrastructure

    Fund launched for wheelchair user killed on roadway calls out lacking ADA infrastructure

    “A person in a wheelchair might have to crawl over steps to get into places like an Atlanta dog park” Four years ago, an Atlanta-based musician was killed in a collision while attempting to ride...

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  • Photos: Buckhead’s The Whitley redo aims to channel a ‘Southern front porch’

    Photos: Buckhead’s The Whitley redo aims to channel a ‘Southern front porch’

    After multi-million-dollar renovation, former Ritz-Carlton property to debut redesign next month The redo of one of Atlanta’s most celebrated (if formerly dated) lodges is almost ready for its...

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  • Report: Intown Atlanta home sale prices just outpaced national average by four times

    Report: Intown Atlanta home sale prices just outpaced national average by four times

    But “home sales continue to decline amid our very low inventory,” according to a RE/MAX official After several years of price growth, Atlanta’s sellers’ market appears to be losing no steam. In...

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  • In Candler Park, $825K listing strives for fresh take on urban farmhouse

    In Candler Park, $825K listing strives for fresh take on urban farmhouse

    Four-story dwellings a few blocks from Little Five Points stand above a quiet street Harkening industrial urban lofts and rural Scandinavian moderns, this quadruple offering of four-story...

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  • Atlanta’s first e-scooter death spotlights need for infrastructure improvements

    Atlanta’s first e-scooter death spotlights need for infrastructure improvements

    Could bike lanes near a MARTA station have made a difference? Just after midnight Friday, Atlanta recorded its first e-scooter-related fatality. Aboard a Lime e-scooter, 20-year-old Eric Amis, Jr....

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  • What $2,000 rents in Atlanta right now

    What $2,000 rents in Atlanta right now

    At this price point, there’s ample supply to choose from, in terms of both location and style In this installment of Curbed Comparisons, we look at what $2,000—give or take $100—rents around...

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  • Doraville’s Northwoods remains a midcentury modern treasure trove. Just ask the neighbors

    Doraville’s Northwoods remains a midcentury modern treasure trove. Just ask the neighbors

    Marketed in the 1950s as “homes of smart design and superior construction,” these residences have stood the test of time Since the very early 1950s, the midcentury modern homes of Northwoods in...

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