Historic preservationists are calling for one of Vine City's oldest houses — part of an assemblage of parcels on the market for redevelopment — to be saved.
Why it matters: The former home of Edward Wachendorff helps tell the origin story of one of Atlanta's most historic and fast-gentrifying Black neighborhoods.
Lost amid the confusion over Atlanta's short-term rental ordinance has been an important question: Where do the city’s hobbit houses fit in?
Why it matters: The ordinance — currently on hold after pushback from Airbnb and Vrbo hosts — is fuzzy as it applies to nonprofits or landowners who want to rent out parts of their property for camping, glamping or another less traditional overnight option.
A developer's proposed revamping of one of Atlanta's most popular and storied nightlife strips says the surrounding community will have a say in how the project takes shape. Wednesday night is an opportunity to do so.
Why it matters: Portman Holdings' vision for the properties sparked debate about gentrification, the long-term viability of local businesses and how much (or how little) cities should change.
After nearly 55 years, the Tara Cinema is, sadly, no more.
What’s happening: Last week, Regal Entertainment Group turned off the projector and shut off the lights at the 4-screen theater on Cheshire Bridge Road and Lindbergh Drive.
The Atlanta metro area's real estate market is starting to level off, according to the latest data from Redfin/MLS.
Why it matters: After two-plus years of plummeting inventory and sky-high home prices, Atlanta-area buyers have waited a long time for a little relief.
Atlanta might be America's best place to live, but that doesn't mean it's for everybody.
What's happening: The U.S. Census Bureau estimated that 6.4% of households in the metro area were thinking about moving to another city within the next year — the 6th-highest percentage among major metros, per recently released data.
The city of Atlanta will pay $39 million to purchase a state-owned building as part of its plan to bring affordable housing and economic activity to Downtown.
The Atlanta Beltline has taken a significant step in its plans to redevelop a 20-acre site in the Oakland City neighborhood.
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