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Awethu House Sweet Auburn

What to know about Awethu House, Atlanta’s first “co-living for changemakers”

Billed as “Co-living for Changemakers” and an antidote to housing shortages and displacement, Awethu House’s suites are available via memberships to a property management and incubator group called the Guild, which has operated a fellowship program for entrepreneurs in East Lake for two years.
YOO on the Park

“Yoo” might want to live at this new luxury high-rise in Midtown

Stylish, whimsical features at YOO on the Park include a six-story living wall on the 13th Street facade, Marcel Wanders–designed papier-mâché chandeliers, and a giant chess set on the amenity deck.
The Kirkwood

5 things to know about The Kirkwood apartments

With thousands of apartments popping out of Atlanta’s red clay like multifamily moles, Avila Development (formerly Euramex Management Group) found what they believe is a burgeoning yet underserved market in historic Kirkwood.
Pad on Harvard

5 things to know about the Pad on Harvard, College Park’s first new mid-rise in 40 years

The Pad on Harvard—a mixed-use project hoping to capitalize on ITP migration and recent investment around Atlanta’s airport—is College Park’s first new mid-rise project in four decades.
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.
Hanover West Peachtree

23 places you could soon call home in Midtown

Cranes will continue to dominate Midtown’s skyline for the next few years. Currently, 16 projects are under construction—the most the neighborhood has ever seen at once—with another 21 in the planning phase.
Ponce City Market

Atlanta’s micro apartments are in high demand

Atlantans love big houses, so wouldn’t the thought of living in 600 square feet (or less) induce claustrophobia? Hardly, say the managers of upscale new apartment communities from Buckhead to Inman Park, where micro rentals are in high demand at premium prices.
Gram Parsons

Atlanta Must Reads for the Week: Tyler Perry, tales of a former Grady paramedic, and Gram Parsons’s Nudie suit

The best stories each week about Atlanta, from Atlanta-based writers, and beyond.

Atlanta’s deluge of deluxe apartments

Across Atlanta, large apartment projects are sprouting like residential chanterelles, which builders hope signals a postrecession paradigm shift—even a renaissance—in the city’s core neighborhoods.

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