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West Midtown’s Star Metals project inks 10,000 square feet of... something
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West Midtown’s Star Metals project inks 10,000 square feet of... something

A hospitality company will claim space at the Star Metals office building, at left. | The Allen Morris Company Expect an “activity-based”...

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Lindbergh MARTA stop’s transit-oriented community primed for makeover
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Lindbergh MARTA stop’s transit-oriented community primed for makeover

Part of the vision for the site’s redevelopment. | ASD|SKY, via Rubenstein Partners Architect: “We’re activating the site and creating a place...

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New doc chronicles the downfall, communal resolve of Atlanta’s notorious ‘Little Vietnam’
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New doc chronicles the downfall, communal resolve of Atlanta’s notorious ‘Little Vietnam’

An aerial of the East Lake Meadows housing project, circa 1996. | Tim Huber Debuting tonight, PBS documentary “East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing...

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Random acts of neighborly kindness, solidarity abound in Atlanta right now
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Random acts of neighborly kindness, solidarity abound in Atlanta right now

The scene Saturday at porches around the Brownstones at Decatur community. | Screen-capture via video courtesy of Stu Thompson Despite coronavirus...

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Underground developer has yet to secure permits for construction at downtown site
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Underground developer has yet to secure permits for construction at downtown site

The planned look of what developer WRS is calling Block 3 at Underground Atlanta. | Rendering courtesy of S9 Architecture With coronavirus...

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Facebook inks deal for space at Atlantic Station's new timber-framed office stack
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Facebook inks deal for space at Atlantic Station's new timber-framed office stack

Facebook likes this. | Hines The social media colossus will expand its local footprint at a time when tech jobs are flowing into Midtown The rumor...

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Can Atlanta’s development boom proceed as coronavirus shuts city down?
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Can Atlanta’s development boom proceed as coronavirus shuts city down?

Icon Buckhead, the district’s tallest new high-rise since 2008’s Sovereign condos, as seen a year ago. | Curbed Atlanta Homebuilder: “If this lasts...

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Renderings: Flanked by film studio, Pinewood Forest set to debut latest retail, office piece
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Renderings: Flanked by film studio, Pinewood Forest set to debut latest retail, office piece

Expect rooftop views of the growing Fayetteville mini-city. | Renderings: Pinewood Forest In the works are four stories of reclaimed brick from the...

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Renderings: South of Atlanta, movie studio that anchors growing mini-city set to expand
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Renderings: South of Atlanta, movie studio that anchors growing mini-city set to expand

The vision for the planned creative office center. | Renderings: Genlser, via Pinewood Atlanta Studios Look for sleek new Pinewood Atlanta Studios...

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Can inventive architecture and low-$400Ks pricing lure buyers to Old Town Lilburn?
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Can inventive architecture and low-$400Ks pricing lure buyers to Old Town Lilburn?

The under-construction facades on Lilburn City Park. | Images courtesy of Springer & Company; designs by Rhinehart Pullium & Company architects The...

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Fresh renderings: 34-story mixed-use project, residences bound for Midtown
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Fresh renderings: 34-story mixed-use project, residences bound for Midtown

The vision for Greystar’s mixed-use high-rise. | Greystar, via Midtown Alliance How the subdistrict’s latest development pieces are planned to fit...

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Dunwoody’s aging, long-vacant Gold Kist HQ to get new lease on life
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Dunwoody’s aging, long-vacant Gold Kist HQ to get new lease on life

It’s not the sexiest architecture, but developers say it has good bones. | Google Maps Expect a creative corporate campus and possibly more where...

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First look: More residential development bound for Beltline district in Old Fourth Ward
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First look: More residential development bound for Beltline district in Old Fourth Ward

An early sketch of the proposed apartment complex with park frontage. | Trammell Crow Residential Construction could kick off at a site fronting...

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As Poncey-Highland weighs historic district status, some fear affordability’s at stake
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As Poncey-Highland weighs historic district status, some fear affordability’s at stake

Tenants of an older Poncey-Highland apartment complex like this one have been urged to vote “No.” | Google Maps “This would not be your mama’s...

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With a strong 2019 in rearview, Dunwoody aims to build on urban development dreams
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With a strong 2019 in rearview, Dunwoody aims to build on urban development dreams

The vision for the upcoming, potentially $2 billion High Street project. | GID Eager to shed its suburban past, the Perimeter city inked enough...

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What $225K buys around Atlanta right now
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What $225K buys around Atlanta right now

If space is not a premium, but location is, this could be a viable price point For this installment of Curbed Comparisons, we examine what $225,000...

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WonderRoot’s former art bungalow falls as Memorial Drive’s next apartments launch
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WonderRoot’s former art bungalow falls as Memorial Drive’s next apartments launch

A backhoe this week works where the art nonprofit’s former, funky Memorial Drive home had stood. | Photos: Josh Green, Curbed Atlanta Expect about...

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Renderings: Vision emerges for English Avenue’s Beltline-straddling Echo Street West
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Renderings: Vision emerges for English Avenue’s Beltline-straddling Echo Street West

The newest plans for the Echo Street community. | Renderings: Rios Clementi Hale (RCH) Studios, via Lincoln Property Company A Dallas-based...

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Atlantic Station’s evolution continues with flank of new ‘Stacks’ townhomes
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Atlantic Station’s evolution continues with flank of new ‘Stacks’ townhomes

The top-floor Midtown views from Unit No. 9 at 223 16th Street. | Ansley Atlanta Real Estate Touting “exciting” views, the first option to market...

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Invest Atlanta leaders dish on when city should, shouldn’t give public incentives to developers
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Invest Atlanta leaders dish on when city should, shouldn’t give public incentives to developers

A massive project on the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, for which the developer sought $22.5 million in tax incentives. | New City Properties “Now that...

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City council to vote on Westside Park building moratorium, a rare but not unprecedented move
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City council to vote on Westside Park building moratorium, a rare but not unprecedented move

The under-construction Westside Park would be the city’s largest public green space. | Craig Levine/YouTube Other metro Atlanta cities have put the...

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With Reynoldstown’s Madison Yards, is contentious developer Jeff Fuqua getting it right?
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With Reynoldstown’s Madison Yards, is contentious developer Jeff Fuqua getting it right?

Righteous Wings and other businesses occupy stair-stepped, brick storefronts along Memorial Drive on a 17-acre site where the Leggett & Platt...

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Developer Trillist offloading Midtown hotel site across from 46-story residential project
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Developer Trillist offloading Midtown hotel site across from 46-story residential project

The low-rise Crescent Place Apartments operate on the site now. | Google Maps The rumor mill is swirling about what could happen to the parcel in...

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Exclusive: CSX to reactivate Hulsey Yard, frustrating neighbors’ dreams for site
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Exclusive: CSX to reactivate Hulsey Yard, frustrating neighbors’ dreams for site

At a pop-up design workshop last year, neighbors built their own dream Hulsey Yard with wooden models—a grassroots effort that now appears to be...

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First look: Trend of ‘affordable’ new condos continues near Beltline’s Southside Trail
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First look: Trend of ‘affordable’ new condos continues near Beltline’s Southside Trail

Plans for three stories of condos at 1155 Custer Avenue SE. | Images courtesy of Royal Oak Development Priced from the low $200Ks, the 29-condo...

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Midtown’s lilli high-rise, already a Peachtree landmark, changes hands
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Midtown’s lilli high-rise, already a Peachtree landmark, changes hands

Designed by New York-based architecture firm ODA, the building stands near the Fox Theatre. | lilli Midtown A Canadian real estate firm has bought...

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Former Georgia Bulldogs, NFL star aims to tackle $1.3M with Midtown condo
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Former Georgia Bulldogs, NFL star aims to tackle $1.3M with Midtown condo

The big views upon entry at Unit 1603. | Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties Seller Tim Jennings won a Super Bowl with the...

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South of Atlanta, growing mini-city moves forward with rooftop cinema, theater
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South of Atlanta, growing mini-city moves forward with rooftop cinema, theater

Now playing: “Welcome to the Pinewood Forest Theater.” | Pinewood Forest Expect the first-ever cinema atop a movie theater at Fayetteville...

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City lawmakers press CSX to keep public interest in mind with potential Hulsey Yard sale
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City lawmakers press CSX to keep public interest in mind with potential Hulsey Yard sale

The 70-acre blank palette that is Hulsey Yard. | Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta The railroad giant ceased operations at the massive eastside Atlanta...

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Update: AT&T’s former Reynoldstown land near Beltline to become condos, townhomes
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Update: AT&T’s former Reynoldstown land near Beltline to become condos, townhomes

A rough concept for how nearly 70 condos and townhouses would be configured on the site. | Lessard Design, via City of Atlanta, NPU-N Details on...

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