So, according to the numbers-crunchers at Forbes, metro Atlanta is the sixteenth most miserable city in the country. Civic boosters should probably be thankful that the magazine dropped two of its misfortune indicators—pro sports and political corruption.
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.
A first-time home flipper gives this Doraville home a dramatic modern-rustic makeover.
Increasingly, young professionals and empty nesters are opting for luxury townhomes with city views and access to restaurants and parks. For the 12 months ending with June of this year, national townhome starts had risen by 25 percent over the same period ending in 2015.
With so much growth in our ever-changing Peach Capital, buyers want to know, “What can I get for my money?” The answer depends on where you’d like to live. Property values have steadily increased over the past 24 months. Here’s what you can get now for $300,000 to $400,000.
One of Ansley Park's oldest, this four-bedroom house has original features like leaded glass windows, pocket doors, and seven working fireplaces.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this gem was respectfully updated by noted architect Norman Askins.
This stately home designed by Stan Dixon enjoys a prime location in Peachtree Park. The home, with its charming brick and stone exterior, reflects both Normandy and Tudor styles and is filled with character and attention to detail inside and out.
In Midtown, No.2 Opus Place will be Atlanta’s tallest residential tower and the highest structure built in the city since 1992. About 20 percent of its 189 condos have “sold”—under contract, that is, with earnest money down.
This elegant West Paces Ferry estate was made for entertaining on a grand scale.