What's going on with Cop City

Next stop, Cop City? What’s happening with the controversial plan for a new police and fire training center in DeKalb

On September 8, Atlanta City Council voted 10 to 4 in favor of a proposal to build a training center for police and firefighters on 85 acres of land in south DeKalb County. The vote came amid fierce controversy and followed 17 hours of public comment. Here's why many groups are opposed to the plan, and what could happen next.
Disco Kroger Mural

Though the physical store nears its demise, “Disco Kroger” will never truly die

“No matter what you put there, it will always be a landmark.”
Why do private, profitable companies get public funds?

Why do private, profitable companies get public funds?

For decades, local development authorities and state economic officials have handed out hundreds of millions of dollars to help build high-rises, subsidize warehouses, and woo out-of-state businesses. Why should private companies and well-financed property developers get a cut of public funds?

The Interlock rises on the Westside: Here’s what you’ll find inside

If you’ve been to the Westside recently, you likely noticed the L-shaped building rising at the corner of 14th Street and Howell Mill Road. Here are the tenants you'll find coming soon to the Interlock, including mini golf, ice cream, tacos, a rooftop bar, and more.
Jordache Avery Atlanta architect

Jordache Avery has built one of Atlanta’s most in-demand modern architecture firms

Yet in a city famed for diversity, his business, Xmetrical, is a Black-owned anomaly.
HUB404 is a proposed nine-acre park above Georgia Highway 400.

Big Atlanta development ideas to watch in 2021

What's happening with the Gulch, the park over GA 400, Westside Park, Path400, and more.
Atlanta BeltLine timeline

Timeline: Evolution of the Atlanta BeltLine

Across two decades, here's a timeline of the key moments for an intown real estate game-changer, the Atlanta BeltLine trail
State of Atlanta's real estate market 2021

A year into the pandemic, metro Atlanta’s real-estate and development industry is damaged, uneven, relatively strong, and absolutely killing it

Atlanta’s disparate Covid-19 recovery is a juxtaposition of post-lockdown winners and losers in a city known for both civil rights and glaring economic disparity.
Cottages on Vaughan in Clarkston

From accessory dwellings to coliving units, Atlantans are finding new ways to share space

Long before Covid-19 clamped down upon so many Atlantans’ livelihoods, skyrocketing housing costs and other ills of gentrification were forcing city dwellers—especially younger ones—to get creative when it came to living arrangements. That trend has only accelerated since the pandemic.
Seven88 West Midtown

Are Atlanta’s condos making a comeback?

Tracking Atlanta’s for-sale multifamily trends—and the recent dominance of apartments

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