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  • Doraville inks deal to replace dying strip mall with affordable housing development

    Doraville inks deal to replace dying strip mall with affordable housing development

    The planned mixed-use replacement for an ailing shopping center. | Kaufman Capital Partners; courtesy City of Doraville Officials: $50-million project is moving forward on the site of a...

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  • How to save energy during Atlanta’s coronavirus ‘shelter-in-place’

    How to save energy during Atlanta’s coronavirus ‘shelter-in-place’

    Time at home could lead to high energy use—and utility bills. | Viktorus/Shutterstock Spending time at home 24 hours a day means TVs, computers, A/C units, and appliances are running more than...

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  • Under pressure to close trail, officials enact new Beltline usage regulations

    Under pressure to close trail, officials enact new Beltline usage regulations

    Signs created by the Beltline recently encourage users to follow safety guidelines. | Curbed Atlanta After 2 p.m., the popular paved path is reserved for emergency travel and people going to...

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  • Is golfing a violation of Atlanta’s stay-at-home order, or an ‘essential’ springtime activity?

    Is golfing a violation of Atlanta’s stay-at-home order, or an ‘essential’ springtime activity?

    Tiger Woods at East Lake Golf Club, which is closed due to the pandemic, in 2018. | Getty Images During what would have been Masters week, most Atlanta links (but not all) have closed to fight...

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  • Discounted 1940s Tudor estate in Buckhead now floated as a possible teardown

    Discounted 1940s Tudor estate in Buckhead now floated as a possible teardown

    The classic facade at 1000 W. Wesley Road NW. | Beacham and Company Realtors Per the listing, $500K in price reductions means the $1.6M asking price makes “subdividing appealing” Having...

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  • In Midtown, beefed-up, multi-tower project is bound for site of historic mortuary

    In Midtown, beefed-up, multi-tower project is bound for site of historic mortuary

    The Philip Shutze design facing Spring Street is expected to stay put. | Google Maps The nearly century-old funeral home is slated to be incorporated into the offices, hotel, and residences A...

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  • Fresh renderings: Posh Buckhead condo tower breaks ground despite market uncertainty

    Fresh renderings: Posh Buckhead condo tower breaks ground despite market uncertainty

    The expected penthouse views toward Midtown. | Images courtesy of Kolter Urban, Graydon Buckhead; interior design by Rule Joy Trammel + Rubio Prices at Graydon Buckhead, among Atlanta’s largest...

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  • Once ubiquitous, e-scooters vanish from Atlanta amid coronavirus pandemic

    Once ubiquitous, e-scooters vanish from Atlanta amid coronavirus pandemic

    E-scooters have largely disappeared from Atlanta streets in recent weeks. | Atlanta City Council The public health crisis came as city leaders were weighing stricter regulations for the...

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  • First look: South of downtown, row of 11 townhomes planned with Gold Dome views

    First look: South of downtown, row of 11 townhomes planned with Gold Dome views

    How seven of 11 townhomes are planned to look. | Images courtesy of Raven Residential Group, Vertical Row Mechanicsville project called “Vertical Row” is moving forward, with prices beginning...

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  • As U.S. cities shutter parks and trails, activists amplify calls to close Beltline

    As U.S. cities shutter parks and trails, activists amplify calls to close Beltline

    The scene outside Beltline-side pizza restaurant Nina & Rafi on Saturday. | Ryan Vizzions With the coronavirus spreading, Atlanta officials are faced with a difficult decision: to shut down a...

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  • Off the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, contemporary Reynoldstown dwelling targets $540K

    Off the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, contemporary Reynoldstown dwelling targets $540K

    The home in question, 973 Kirkwood Avenue SE, is the left half of this uniquely styled duplex. | Keller Williams, Anna K Intown Real Estate Services; photography by We Are Home ATL Offering as...

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  • Is coronavirus driving Atlanta tiny home sales?

    Is coronavirus driving Atlanta tiny home sales?

    Could tiny houses be key to social distancing (from the rest of your family)? | PPA/Shutterstock Forced to remain home, Atlanta is on pace for a 150 percent increase in Accessory Dwelling...

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  • Buckhead’s Piedmont Hospital tower to open early to accommodate coronavirus cases

    Buckhead’s Piedmont Hospital tower to open early to accommodate coronavirus cases

    An early rendering of the 16-story project. | Piedmont Healthcare The mounting public health crisis has prompted demand for more hospital beds Few and far between are development projects that...

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  • Atlanta at sundown: scenes from an empty city confronting a global pandemic

    Atlanta at sundown: scenes from an empty city confronting a global pandemic

    A simple, hopeful message among dormant rooms at downtown’s Atlanta Marriott Marquis. On a pleasant spring night, Atlantans heeded the call to stay home As Thursday evening rolled over into a...

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  • What to know if you must ride MARTA, use Atlanta transit right now

    What to know if you must ride MARTA, use Atlanta transit right now

    It’s quiet on MARTA these days. | MARTA, via Twitter The transit agency is wiping down rail cars and buses, offering hand sanitizer, and changing service schedules While governments across the...

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  • In Edgewood, ‘extremely livable’ townhome row has finished, priced in $400Ks

    In Edgewood, ‘extremely livable’ townhome row has finished, priced in $400Ks

    The terrace-topped exteriors at 1194 Wylie Street in Edgewood. | The Row on Wylie The five-unit community cites proximity to everything from Krog Street Market to Pratt-Pullman Yard Marketing...

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  • Report: Gwinnett among U.S. counties where people traveled most as coronavirus ramped up

    Report: Gwinnett among U.S. counties where people traveled most as coronavirus ramped up

    Gwinnett, like other counties, is now liable to punish people who don’t stay at home. | The Lint Screen/file The county has since issued a stay-at-home order and threatened to punish violators...

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  • Five discounted Atlanta properties now priced in the low $300Ks

    Five discounted Atlanta properties now priced in the low $300Ks

    Although none have been on the market more than a month, they’ve each received price cuts For this installment of Curbed Comparisons, we look at five properties that have been recently...

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  • Flipper: Former drug den near Beltline’s Westside Trail is ‘beacon of light’ at $290K

    Flipper: Former drug den near Beltline’s Westside Trail is ‘beacon of light’ at $290K

    The thoroughly refreshed Southwest Atlanta property at 1260 Ladd Street SW, alongside a renovated neighboring home. | PalmerHouse Properties; photography by Brian Clinkscale/Idem Marketing ...

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  • $245K buys this large, century-old loft space in the heart of downtown

    $245K buys this large, century-old loft space in the heart of downtown

    The wide-open floorplan and abundant concrete at 95 Forsyth Street SW Unit 4B. | Century 21 Recently listed, the Somar Lofts unit has a covered balcony, a “Walker’s Paradise” rating, and...

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