Last Thursday in Porterdale (approximately 35 miles east of Atlanta), Jean-Joseph and Angelica Kalonji arrived at their son's just-purchased home to change the locks for him. Vacant for seven months, the home and the 11 acres of land on which it sat were in foreclosure.
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.
If you know people in New York, San Francisco, Boston or D.C., you've probably had some form of the "I can't believe how cheap it is to live in Atlanta" conversation.
At The Nest at Brannon Ridge Reserve, Paige Thornton and Kim Bucciero envisioned a tucked-away respite with design and home efficiency on par with almost anything in Atlanta.