This c. 1891 house survived Atlanta's Great Fire. Recently renovated, this home near Ponce City Market is ready for a new life.
Over more than four decades, John Wieland built an empire of 30,000 homes, but his subdivisions proffered more suburban security than urban panache. That’s all changed since the septuagenarian sold his Smyrna-based company in 2012 and turned his focus to boutique developments.
Architecture aficionado and preservationist Terry Kearns is selling his own "not-so-big" house.
The 5,100-square-foot house, built in 2010, is located near Piedmont Park, Ponce City Market, and the Atlanta Beltline. The home is also steps away from the area’s many restaurants, shops, and galleries, and boasts a sweeping skyline view.
Commencement season is almost wrapped up, Memorial Day has come and gone, and across the country, 1.6 million recent grads are beginning the summer ritual of starting new jobs or, more likely, moving back home. Perhaps more of them should just move to Atlanta: A study by Homes.com puts the ATL on top of a “Top 10 Cities for New Grads” list.
At long last, Collier Heights—a West Atlanta neighborhood built by and for African Americans—has been designated as a Local Historic District by the City of Atlanta, the mayor's office announced today.
Yes, the rent is too damn high, according to the 2013 "Housing Landscape" report published last week by the Center for Housing Policy. The Center concluded that housing problems are getting worse for working renters, because, while incomes have gone—and stayed—down, rents have gone up —and are still going up.