This Craftsman-style home is adjacent to Freedom Park and within walking distance of the Atlanta BeltLine and Krog Street Market.
For years, talk of fancy shops at Peachtree and Roswell roads in Buckhead has buzzed and abated as the cranes creaked on and off. Finally, as the mixed-use Buckhead Atlanta development fills the longtime hole in the ground, the chatter comes to fruition.
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.
Real estate agent Molly McGrory ventured a couple of miles inland to Watersound Origins, a brand-new neighborhood on Lake Powell that is being developed by the St. Joe Company. For McGrory, the number one attraction was its ban on short-term rentals.
A first-time home flipper gives this Doraville home a dramatic modern-rustic makeover.
It would be difficult to overstate the role the Cobb Chamber, a 2,500-member business organization, played in bringing the Braves to Cobb, whether as public cheerleaders or private decision-makers.