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Cascade Heights

A new development in Cascade Heights aims to boost walkability

About six miles southwest of downtown, at the core of Cascade Heights’ commercial district, an adaptive reuse project hopes to have a big community impact.
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Avalon Arrives in Alpharetta

10 facts about Alpharetta’s $600 million, 86-acre neighborhood that opens this month.
August blueprint

4 things to know about the 19-story AMLI tower coming to Buckhead

AMLI is building 640 luxury apartments in a 19-story tower and adjacent five-story building, expected to be completed in 2017. Annie Evans, AMLI’s vice president of development, says the site’s walkability to a MARTA station, Lenox Square, Phipps Plaza, and a Publix is crucial.
Real estate

Rental race: How one family navigated Atlanta’s ultra-competitive market

For a family of four on a budget, finding an affordable home in the desirable eastside neighborhoods wasn’t easy. Units are snatched up quickly, rents are climbing, and for someone not intimately familiar with the many nuances of Atlanta’s intown neighborhoods, sifting through online listings proved to be overwhelming.
Chamblee real estate

Where to buy now in metro Atlanta

We asked Realtors to recommend their favorite areas—from intown blocks packed with high-rises to (way) OTP suburbs—for every buyer and budget.
Smyrna bike-share

Smyrna paves the way for riders with new bike-share program

340 residents have signed up for the mostly free program, which launched last September. The fleet of bikes—managed by Zagster, a Massachusetts-based vendor, and tracked by antitheft geofencing technology—is spread among four stations that operate like kiosks; each one is near the city’s 12-mile network of multiuse trails.
Condo comeback

Condo Comeback: Atlanta’s intown neighborhoods are witnessing a condominium revival

Thousands of apartments have sprouted up across Atlanta since the recession. The city’s supply of condos, meanwhile, slowed to a relative trickle, tamped down by lender apprehension, millennial preferences to rent, and other factors. But it seems that’s slowly beginning to change.
Lew Oliver

Lew Oliver

From Vickery Village in Cumming to pastoral Serenbe, Lew Oliver has been metro Atlanta’s New Urbanist trailblazer for more than a quarter century. But the versatile housing designer—who now master-plans full communities—calls a massive undertaking in Fayetteville, Pinewood Forrest, his most inspiring project yet.

With Coalition, Table & Main’s Ryan Pernice looks to the “growing energy” of Alpharetta

Table & Main and Osteria Mattone owner Ryan Pernice believes Atlanta is becoming more community oriented. “There’s this interesting move happening where these little city-states are popping up. Alpharetta and Woodstock are investing in their downtown. Roswell has Canton Street. People are going to have a greater pull to eat closer to home and have better options there,” he says.

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