March 2016: Where to Live Now


Where to live nowFeatures
Real Estate

Our guide to navigating Atlanta’s new real estate landscape

The BeltLine Guy
Atlanta BeltLine visionary Ryan Gravel has a new book (we have an excerpt!) and a lot to say about how the BeltLine can truly live up to its potential.
Q&A by Steve Fennessy

Modern Living
In neighborhoods across the city, Atlantans are finally embracing modern architecture. A look inside three homes that showcase sculptural—and surprisingly comfortable—design.
By Josh Green

The Gentrifier
I knew the price of my new home in Kirkwood, just not what it would cost the neighbors who’d lived there for generations.
By Josh Green

Editor’s Note: The price of success

The Connector and the Agenda
Game boys  At the Smite World Championship, gamers have rock star status
No accounting  The haphazard world of state tax incentives
High note  Opera singer Jamie Barton commands the stage
The bottom line  A couple makes diapers for impoverished families
Gone global  Harlem Globetrotter Alex “Moose” Weekes
Blanket statement  Bulloch Hall quilt show
Rising waters  Terry Burrell brings Ethel Waters’s story to the Alliance

The Goods
Editor’s Pick  Indie brands at Citizen Supply
My style  Derreck Kayongo
Spring cleaning  Local handmade soaps
Room Envy  A cheerful breakfast room

The Bite
Ramen rage  Ramen Crush ATL
Christiane Chronicles  Suburban smorgasbord
Eat your words  Menu terms that have lost meaning
Technique  French rolled omelet
Fresh on the scene  First looks at new openings
Review  Brezza Cucina

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