“… by next summer, the intersection [of Wrightsboro Road and R.A. Dent Boulevard] will look much different.
That’s when a $37.5 million upscale apartment complex called The Foundry is scheduled to start taking in tenants.
City officials expect the 221-unit, market-rate development to attract everyone from young professionals and college students to long-time residents and retirees seeking to return to a city center in the midst of revitalization. …”
“Ice cream shop, Butter & Cream, is opening its third metro Atlanta location on the Eastside BeltLine Trail this summer. The shop will be located at 659 Auburn Avenue NE in the newly-expanded StudioPlex complex between Irwin and Krog Streets in the Old Fourth Ward. …”
“2018 is already shaping up to be a banner year in restaurant openings for Atlanta as well as for several cities around the country. Here, now, are the 10 most anticipated restaurants coming to Atlanta in 2018. …”
“Now that The Peach has dropped, the mayoral guard has changed, and a fresh calendar is upon us, it’s time to glance ahead at what’s forecasted to be an interesting year around here.
… Find 18 sure bets, bold proclamations, and mildly informed predictions for newborn 2018 …”
“On this very month five years ago, the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail held its official dedication, unveiling 2.25 miles of freshly paved trail that would be a harbinger for unprecedented change throughout the city.”
“A fluorescent Hosea Williams is the latest Atlanta mural from Fabian Williams”
“A joint venture of Columbia Ventures LLC and Studioplex LLC is moving forward with a roughly $25 million project along the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail extension, which is now under construction.”
“What’s said to be Atlanta’s first fireproof building—the former cotton warehouse turned mixed-use Studioplex—is on fire.”
“The northern fringes of Edgewood look drastically different than a year ago, and in many ways, MARTA is the conductor on this train of development.”
“A city apartment development intended to capitalize on nearby Augusta University will generate “more interest on our side of the tracks” as the fourth node of city redevelopment of the Laney-Walker and Bethlehem communities, a partner with the development firm said.”