Grant Park

(30312) Actively re-developing for the last 10 years, Grant Park is the oldest city park in Atlanta. Its neighborhood of the same name is one of Atlanta’s oldest and most important historic districts, bordered by: Cabbagetown on the north Ormewood Park on the east Boulevard Heights on the southeast Chosewood…

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In It to Win It

<Image and article from Realtor.com> Land Your Dream Home by Avoiding These 7 Mistakes on Your Offer By Cathie Ericson | May 10, 2017 You’ve seen every house on the market and you’ve finally found the spot you can’t wait to call home. In fact, you’ve mentally decorated it and planned your…

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Summerhill

(30312) Directly south of downtown Atlanta between the Atlanta Zoo and Turner Field, Summerhill is bordered by Grant Park, Mechanicsville, and Peoplestown. The neighborhood is one of three original African American settlements established in Atlanta after the Civil War. It was home to about 20,000 residents, including Atlanta’s most prosperous…

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Betting on the BeltLine

<image courtesy of Ryan Gravel: rendering of future Atlanta BeltLine with light transit on the Westside> Those of us in and around Atlanta, as well as City admirers, frequent visitors, and people in the planning world, are more than familiar with the Atlanta BeltLine. In addition to it being a…

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