To stop a street sign from perpetually being stolen, Buckhead residents want to give their quiet road a new name. Will it work?
Some speculate that the constant theft of a Buckhead street’s signs is a tradition for local teenagers or some college prank that never gets old. But agitated residents are petitioning City Hall to change the street name to Tuxedo Forest Drive.Read more
The new food delivery service serves Midtown, downtown, and Buckhead
Southfork is a new delivery service working with local restaurants like Rumi’s, the General Muir, and Southbound to provide lunches to select office buildings in Midtown, downtown, Buckhead, and possibly elsewhere around the metro area.Read more
This c. 1830s gem is on the market
An elegant but unassuming Greek Revival home on West Wesley Road is perhaps the oldest house in Buckhead. Actually, it was built in Resaca, located near Calhoun in Northwest Georgia. In the 1950s, Atlanta contractor Joseph Walker and his wife drove by and fell instantly in love with the abandoned, antebellum home.Read more
Here’s the first peek at the next penthouse-style unit.
Luxury condos above hotels are selling fast in Atlanta. Few come with entire private floors. Here’s a sneak peek at a $4.2 million condo above Buckhead’s Mandarin Oriental.Read more
The Italian-style villa sits on 16 undeveloped acres, and it’s for sale
Architect Norman Askins often makes up a story when he builds a house. To inform the design for this 1997 Italian-style villa, he created a fable that revolved around a European countess whose American husband built her a retreat inspired by the famed Colombe d’Or hotel in Provence.Read more
The latest in Atlanta style and home news
Ferragamo launches its first-ever MTO driving moc, new yoga studios open in Buckhead, Crown & Caliber watches come to Neiman Marcus, and moreRead more
In the presence of Picasso and van Gogh, luxury dining returns to Atlanta
The chance to dine like modern royalty—waited on by attractive servers who manage to be attentive, alert, and friendly without being fawning—is a kind of gift to the city, the first luxurious hotel dining room since the Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead fell victim to a crumbling economy in 2009.Read more
The noted architect is intregued by the Venetian chimney
When we asked noted architect Keith Summerour to name his favorite house in Atlanta, he chose a mysterious Spanish mission–style stucco with a tile roof and no apparent front door.Read more
This new home wasn’t just designed to look like a manor—it was built using the same time-tested methods
In 2008, architect Frank Neely’s clients called him with bad news. They’d decided not to go ahead with the renovation he’d drafted of the 1940s-era Buckhead home where they’d lived for more than 15 years. But three years later, the couple came calling again: They wanted him to create a completely new house—a grand English Tudor.Read more
Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, even a Picasso. It’s all here.
As restaurant concepts go, the one behind Atlas in Buckhead’s hyper-upscale St. Regis Hotel is a bold gamble. In addition to a $5 million design overhaul of the dining room—courtesy of the ubiquitous Johnson Studio—and an open kitchen whose consulting chef is Atlanta culinary icon Gerry Klaskala, Atlas boasts 23 museum-worthy paintings and drawings from one of the world’s foremost private art collections.Read more