Tracking Atlanta’s for-sale multifamily trends—and the recent dominance of apartments
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.
For one new Atlantan, lockdown in a high-rise was too much. Another longtime Midtown resident said, “To hell with it, let’s get an RV.”
What’s happening with the Gulch, the park over GA 400, Westside Park, Path400, and more.
Yet in a city famed for diversity, his business, Xmetrical, is a Black-owned anomaly.
Atlanta’s suburbs are getting more urban. Metro residents crave proximity to walkable city centers and are flocking to reinvigorated, historic towns like Alpharetta and Hapeville—or newly invented places like Trilith and Serenbe. Here are 10 communities with newly vibrant downtowns.
A boat carrying 4,200 cars capsized in St. Simons Sound in September 2019—and it’s still there.
Based in a former neon warehouse along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail, Wyatt Roscoe and his four-person staff at Inner Space Ships have converted nearly 30 vans into efficient and stylish ways to explore the country and save on Airbnb bills.
Sterling Davis talks trap-neuter-return, with style: “People ask me, What is TNR? Is it a dance? Is it a drug? I’ve got a lot of work to do.”
Fifteen years ago, the duo’s debut previewed the future of Atlanta hip-hop: A look back at “Crazy” and St. Elsewhere
With its dim lights and European affectations, the Atlanta coffeehouse was practice for adulthood
(Though the honey’s fantastic.) Meet Noble Honey Co. creator Armond Wilbourn.
Hate to say it, but when it comes to properly insulated takeout meals, styrofoam does the job best.
When he’s not cultivating his interior-design business, 23-year-old Kevin Francis O’Gara puts his feet up in this cozy study/media room at his home in the Manchester neighborhood near Morningside-Lenox Park.
Mark Sage’s shop offers antiques, Bobo’s own line, and decor from small brands around the world.
Moma’s time working as a model at the Parsons School of Design that transformed her work like only influence from fashion and haute couture can.
Lillian Gray Charles—founder of Style Therapy, a one-woman fashion-styling business in Atlanta—looks at your body type and lifestyle when helping you choose clothing and accessories, but then she delves deeper, plumbing your emotions to find pieces that make you feel and be your best.