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  • Mediterranean-style estate of ‘iconic Atlanta civic leader’ targets $2.9M in Buckhead

    Mediterranean-style estate of ‘iconic Atlanta civic leader’ targets $2.9M in Buckhead

    Discounted, six-acre property with tennis court belonged to real estate titan Charlie Ackerman A lifetime of global travels informed the design of this thoughtfully crafted, Mediterranean-style,...

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  • Updated renderings: Howell Mill Road’s latest big project set to go vertical

    Updated renderings: Howell Mill Road’s latest big project set to go vertical

    Ground broke last month on booming West Midtown corridor’s latest development, 8West A major mixed-use development sited at a bustling block in West Midtown is fully financed and on track to begin...

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  • Report: Atlanta’s home sales have taken a 17-percent dive over the past year

    Report: Atlanta’s home sales have taken a 17-percent dive over the past year

    But is that necessarily a bad thing for sellers in Fulton County and beyond? By now, most real estate observers around Atlanta have heard the anecdotal horror stories: The choice Midtown condo...

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  • Millions approved for three affordable housing ventures west, south of downtown

    Millions approved for three affordable housing ventures west, south of downtown

    The efforts could produce nine single-family homes and a 130-unit multifamily development During Invest Atlanta’s first meetings of 2019, the city’s economic development agency and Mayor Keisha...

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  • Trend of adaptive-reuse food halls in Atlanta suburbs shows few signs of slowing

    Trend of adaptive-reuse food halls in Atlanta suburbs shows few signs of slowing

    Developers continue quest for the next OTP Krog Street Market It’s said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that’s the case, Krog Street Market should be beaming from compliments,...

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  • In advance of Super Bowl LIII, Atlanta hotel prices have exploded

    In advance of Super Bowl LIII, Atlanta hotel prices have exploded

    Looking to book a room in ATL for the Big Game? That’ll be about $500 per night—or much more You know demand for Atlanta lodging is high when a Motel 6 near the stadium had a single room left...

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  • Handsome, new-build behemoth in Morningside tries again at $1.5M

    Handsome, new-build behemoth in Morningside tries again at $1.5M

    Spanning more than 5,000 square feet, Harrison Design project from 2017 has yet to score buyers Despite an address that pairs prestige with walkability, perks that include Thermador appliances,...

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  • On Northside Drive, 58-unit townhome project is moving forward

    On Northside Drive, 58-unit townhome project is moving forward

    Developer Pulte Homes has recently become known for its “smart home” creations The proposed site of a West Midtown residential community teased back in the summer of 2016 is finally seeing action,...

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  • As Atlanta preps for Super Bowl LIII, derailed MARTA train disrupts travel to airport

    As Atlanta preps for Super Bowl LIII, derailed MARTA train disrupts travel to airport

    The dilemma could be resolved today, but long lines still await travelers crossing TSA checkpoints Travelers who thought the federal government shutdown’s impact on lines at the world’s busiest...

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  • Photos: Massive venue for Super Bowl LIII concert is rising

    Photos: Massive venue for Super Bowl LIII concert is rising

    Run the Jewels to open for Foo Fighters at one-off event on Super Bowl eve Some 200 laborers are piecing together a massive concert venue at Atlantic Station that’s designed with a single...

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  • $199K buys condo at midcentury complex near Chastain Park, Buckhead eateries

    $199K buys condo at midcentury complex near Chastain Park, Buckhead eateries

    Chastain Walk property from early 1960s offers unique design facets Nestled off Roswell Road, directly east of Atlanta’s largest green space, Chastain Park, this 1961 complex offers interesting...

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  • New MARTA tech could usher buses through traffic faster

    New MARTA tech could usher buses through traffic faster

    The traffic-light system is already installed on Buford Highway, and DeKalb County is on deck Imagine if a stoplight recognized that you were driving its way and politely changed to green to usher...

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  • Atlanta’s first digital, building-top signage is live. How’s that make you feel?

    Atlanta’s first digital, building-top signage is live. How’s that make you feel?

    Reviews have been mixed, so it’s time for a reader poll! Last week, Atlanta’s first digital, building-top signage was switched on, following months of highly visible construction and gripes among...

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  • Could downtown’s Forty-One Marietta tower be converted to apartments?

    Could downtown’s Forty-One Marietta tower be converted to apartments?

    Plans suggest the circa-1976 office tower is primed for 131 new rentals, penthouse pool deck When downtown’s Forty-One Marietta tower sold last summer for $11.5 million—a major win for the seller...

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  • Georgia Tech reopens updated library with ‘inspirational’ spaces

    Georgia Tech reopens updated library with ‘inspirational’ spaces

    The refurbished tower completes phase one of the school’s Library Next project After three years, Georgia Tech Library has finally reopened in Crosland Tower, an eight-story complex with archives,...

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  • In downtown’s shadow, three-level industrial loft at Brushworks building costs $300K

    In downtown’s shadow, three-level industrial loft at Brushworks building costs $300K

    Sweet Auburn property counts rooftop views and 95 WalkScore Atlanta loft enthusiasts searching for historic appeal, vintage feel, and three times as many stories as bedrooms could be in luck....

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  • City, Midtown leaders applaud nearly $1M in sidewalk fixes, walkability improvements

    City, Midtown leaders applaud nearly $1M in sidewalk fixes, walkability improvements

    Of course, there’s still plenty of work to be done For Atlantans who typically traverse the city from behind the wheel, upgrades to pedestrian infrastructure can be easily overlooked. But in...

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  • College Park project aims to blur urban, suburban lines with houses from mid-$200Ks

    College Park project aims to blur urban, suburban lines with houses from mid-$200Ks

    Kingsland community “offers intown convenience in a desirable OTP setting,” per builder A prominent Gwinnett County homebuilder is dangling proximity to downtown Atlanta, the city’s airport, Six...

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  • Report: Metro Atlanta boasts six of the nation’s top 20 suburbs for renters

    Report: Metro Atlanta boasts six of the nation’s top 20 suburbs for renters

    Chamblee stole the show, with a 156-percent renter population boom There’s no better mark of a world-class metropolis than a rim of sought-after suburbs wrapped around it. Well, maybe not. But if...

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  • Minimalistic modern near Beltline is Old Fourth Ward’s latest $1M+ listing

    Minimalistic modern near Beltline is Old Fourth Ward’s latest $1M+ listing

    2017 dwelling appears virtually untouched, while location is called “unbeatable” Modern architecture buffs in the market for a newer Atlanta house that’s beyond the nail-pop stage but still seems...

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