Thursday, September 20, 2018

Where to live now in Atlanta 2018

The next hot Atlanta neighborhoods. Eight friendly, walkable places where you can still afford to live.
Castleberry Hill Atlanta Georgia

Five reasons to love Castleberry Hill

When Mercedes-Benz Stadium opens next year, it will draw more eyes to this historic warehouse district just southwest of downtown.

Braves Relocation Update: Statement from Central Atlanta Progress

From the downtown booster organization: "We are hopeful that the Braves and the City will develop a scenario that will keep them at Turner Field far beyond 2016."

You can buy a town for $2.45 million

Frank Mills’s home at 246 Main Street in the town of Toomsboro, forty miles east of Macon in Wilkinson County, is not for sale. This would not be particularly noteworthy if not for the fact that practically the entire town around this eighty-nine-year-old man is.
Riverside Neighborhood

Five reasons to love the Upper Westside

The swath of north Atlanta west of I-75 inside I-285 was developed in the 19th century as an industrial hub around the CSX line. The area is home to quiet neighborhoods. But lately development, from warehouse conversions to a much-needed grocery store, has been booming in the area.

The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable unveils its Naughty Bits

As The Seed & Feed Marching Abominable, Atlanta’s iconic kooky community marching band struts into its 40th anniversary today at the Inman Park Festival parade, the act has a souvenir for fans. To celebrate four decades of silliness, the band’s fundraising arm, the Seed & Feed Marching Abominable Endowment, Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit, is selling the act’s brand new 2015 "Naughty Bits" calendar.

Best fan suggestions (so far) for a new Braves logo

So, it's been just over a week since the Atlanta Braves announced their intentions to move to Cobb County. Reporters have been furiously filing open records requests, politicians have been spinning their positions, and the team's attempting a PR offensive. Meanwhile, some fans are taking to a form of art therapy.

What Cobb businesses might be taxed to help cover Braves stadium costs?

The Braves' new neighbors in Cobb County may be in for sticker shock. A proposed tax district planned to help subsidize stadium construction would comprise more than double the taxable property in the existing Cumberland tax district.

Six months later, clues are scarce in the shooting death of Patrick Cotrona

Six months since Patrick Cotrona’s fatal shooting stirred fears of violent crime and helped galvanize a community, police still do not know who killed him. They say public assistance is crucial in solving Cotrona’s murder and other crimes that could be connected.

Awesome canine athletes at Stone Mountain

Sure, you might catch Fido dog-paddling in the backyard pool to cool off on a summer day, but you will rethink the concept of dogs-and-aquatics after watching the canine competitors in dock-diving competitions.

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