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  • Scenes from Atlanta’s rapidly urbanizing Howell Mill Road corridor

    Scenes from Atlanta’s rapidly urbanizing Howell Mill Road corridor

    Saddle up for a tour of some $1 billion in development on a single Atlanta street Considering the proliferation of restaurants, boutique shopping, and massive pits of construction sites, it’s...

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  • Homebuilder takes ‘sharpshooter’ approach with homes ‘attainable’ for millennials

    Homebuilder takes ‘sharpshooter’ approach with homes ‘attainable’ for millennials

    Although Generation Y-ers are the most active buyers, finding a home isn’t always easy In American cities today, buying a home is rarely—if ever—an easy process. But for millennials, now...

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  • Could $2M listing spell the end for quirky, beloved Ponce de Leon building?

    Could $2M listing spell the end for quirky, beloved Ponce de Leon building?

    Longtime home of antiques and artful curiosities is marketed as prime development site on changing Atlanta corridor In the early 2000s, Church bar proprietor and artist Grant Henry ran an antique...

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  • Zoned commercial, recognizable Old Fourth Ward modern tries again for $3.5M

    Zoned commercial, recognizable Old Fourth Ward modern tries again for $3.5M

    For the third time in four years, this unique property near Freedom Parkway hopes to find success on the (niche) market Spend enough time driving around Atlanta, and you’re sure to pass this very...

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  • Developer: Buckhead condo conversion is cooking up ‘affordably priced luxury’

    Developer: Buckhead condo conversion is cooking up ‘affordably priced luxury’

    1920s apartments between Peachtree and Memorial Park will make rare transition to for-sale units Investors with a vintage Buckhead apartment complex have confirmed the validity of tips from...

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  • Asking $295K, this SW Atlanta flip seriously just name-dropped the Gulch

    Asking $295K, this SW Atlanta flip seriously just name-dropped the Gulch

    As listings prove, billion-dollar development in downtown’s civic sore spot is officially a real estate marketing angle That didn’t take long. Barely a week after the Atlanta City Council...

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  • Mary Norwood returns to spotlight pitching (huh?) subway from Buckhead to Cobb County

    Mary Norwood returns to spotlight pitching (huh?) subway from Buckhead to Cobb County

    Former Atlanta city councilwoman says connecting two communities could curb traffic congestion Lamenting the insufferable state of Buckhead traffic, former Atlanta City Councilwoman and mayoral...

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  • Renderings: Downtown’s Times Square-esque transformation to launch soon

    Renderings: Downtown’s Times Square-esque transformation to launch soon

    Expect beaming billboards, massive art installations, and architectural lighting to start appearing in early 2019 Downtown Atlanta isn’t exactly famous for being a hot nightlife spot—or a...

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  • 9 perfect presents for ATL fanatics

    9 perfect presents for ATL fanatics

    There’s something Atlanta-centric for everyone on your list Whether you consider yourself a devoted urbanist or a city dweller who simply goes with the flow, there’s a special, heartwarming sense...

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  • At downtown’s historic Healey Building, call ‘penthouse’ home for $320K

    At downtown’s historic Healey Building, call ‘penthouse’ home for $320K

    Two-bedroom flat is perched atop century-old Gothic Revival skyscraper While it might be labeled a penthouse more for elevation than sheer size or pomposity, this two-bedroom pad atop downtown’s...

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  • 21 best things to do with kids in Atlanta

    21 best things to do with kids in Atlanta

    The top spots for families in the ATL Atlanta may have its roots as a sleepy railroad town, but today it’s a thriving metropolis with easy access thanks to the world’s busiest airport. Atlanta...

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  • Renderings: Amazon HQ2 ideas that could have reshaped Atlanta’s skyline

    Renderings: Amazon HQ2 ideas that could have reshaped Atlanta’s skyline

    From the airport to MARTA’s Arts Center Station, these concepts didn’t lack ambition For better or worse, it didn’t pan out in the end, but Atlanta’s courting of Amazon’s $5 billion HQ2 proposal...

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  • The Metropolitan is undergoing an art-centric, adaptive-reuse revival

    The Metropolitan is undergoing an art-centric, adaptive-reuse revival

    Per developer Carter, the 1.1-million-square-foot property southwest of downtown now goes by “The MET” In the early 1900s, the 1.1-million-square-foot warehouse district in southwest Atlanta now...

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  • Report: Atlanta housing market still heating up as inventory shrinks

    Report: Atlanta housing market still heating up as inventory shrinks

    Listings are generally flying off the market, and they’re doing so for above-list prices, per Redfin Atlanta homebuyers beware: Despite the onset of real estate’s slow season, you may find it...

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  • Upper Westside’s latest large-scale project breaks ground near Chattahoochee River

    Upper Westside’s latest large-scale project breaks ground near Chattahoochee River

    The community will abut a new Publix shopping center With multiple breweries, a major mixed-use community under construction, and a new Publix shopping center, Atlanta’s so-called “Upper Westside”...

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  • Developer: Alpharetta’s new City Center debuting eateries, shops at ‘rapid pace’

    Developer: Alpharetta’s new City Center debuting eateries, shops at ‘rapid pace’

    “This is a community that appreciates the one-of-a-kind shopping and dining experiences that these tenants offer” When it comes to Alpharetta development, the mixed-use Goliath that is Avalon has...

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  • Atlanta leaders to discuss tighter rules for shareable scooters, bikes

    Atlanta leaders to discuss tighter rules for shareable scooters, bikes

    Bird scooters and Lime bikes are here to stay, but regulations are needed, councilmembers agree Shareable bikes and electric scooters are everywhere in Atlanta, and, for the most part, it seems...

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  • Renderings: Reynoldstown’s latest townhome crop debuts large options in $530Ks

    Renderings: Reynoldstown’s latest townhome crop debuts large options in $530Ks

    Rising project Madison Village on Moreland Avenue aims for February occupancy As a recently christened Atlanta Beltline neighborhood, Reynoldstown has seen the emergence of townhomes on virtually...

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  • After city council passage, Gulch deal still faces criticism, resistance

    After city council passage, Gulch deal still faces criticism, resistance

    Redlight the Gulch activists are hoping to raise $30,000 to fight the development agreement in court A week ago, the Atlanta City Council narrowly approved legislation that could funnel nearly $2...

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  • New leasing team: ‘Next evolution’ of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta is upon us

    New leasing team: ‘Next evolution’ of The Shops Buckhead Atlanta is upon us

    In quickly urbanizing Buckhead Village, JLL has a goal of “adding more activations and redefining luxury” Changes to the neighborhood have been drastic since The Shops Buckhead Atlanta debuted...

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