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House Envy: Andrew Young reminisces on Herman J. Russell’s 1963 home

This 1963 home was a magnet for civil rights leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr., Maynard Jackson, Andrew Young, and others.

Does a Mableton experiment hold the answer for aging Atlantans?

The corner of Clay and Floyd roads in south Cobb County looks like any suburban intersection: mega RaceTrac gas station, Food Depot grocery store with a gargantuan parking lot, cars whizzing by to beat the traffic light.
Jarel Portman tower

The story behind Jarel Portman’s Emerson tower

When John Portman was a student at Georgia Tech, the now-nonagenarian was assigned the job of escorting Frank Lloyd Wright around Atlanta. According to John’s son Jarel, Wright told the aspiring architect, “You seem to be a seeker. Go seek Emerson.”
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House Envy: This Peachtree Park gem was designed by celebrated architect Stan Dixon

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.
Flipping Virgins

HGTV’s Flipping Virgins is now casting in Atlanta

HGTV host and Atlanta Magazine’s HOME columnist Egypt Sherrod is looking for first-time real estate investors to cast in the next season of Flipping Virgins.
1295 Heards Ferry

House Envy: Heards Ferry tales stretch back centuries

From Native Americans to the Civil War to 70s communes, this Sandy Springs house has a fascinating past.

It’s going to take more than $45 million* to help Vine City

When it comes to building stuff, Atlanta’s got a great history of public-private partnership. Civic leaders come up with an idea, City Hall irons out the political wrinkles, and then Coke, Delta, the Home Depot, and other hometown companies contribute funding. It’s how Atlanta won the Braves and the Olympics. On the other hand, our track record of taking care of people in the process of building things—large venues in particular—is lousy.

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