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The Massive Rails-to-Trails Atlanta BeltLine Project Ties the City Together

How can four abandoned railroad corridors looping through Atlanta be the key to tying the city together and providing affordable housing? The simple answer, transit! On today’s All About Real Estate episode, Atlanta BeltLine Communications and Media Manager Jenny Odom discusses the details of the $5 billion project that has already intertwined into residents’ hearts and the future development planned[...]

All About Real Estate Catches Up with Paces Properties

Today’s All About Real Estate edition of the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio Show features Merritt Lancaster, Principal at Paces Properties. Merritt discusses the history of Paces Properties and the exciting new developments the company has been working on. Paces Properties began in the 1970’s and company creator, Felix Cochran, developed one of the builder’s most notable properties, Vinings Jubilee. One[...]

Ponce City Market Announces First Retailers

  One of intown Atlanta’s newest developments, Ponce City Market, recently announced the first 13 retailers that will call the historic Sears, Roebuck & Co. building home. The selected retailers will allow Ponce City Market to introduce several new companies to the Atlanta market, and the stores will begin opening in spring 2015. Retailers confirmed for Ponce City Market include The Frye[...]

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Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: Currahee Club and Atlanta BeltLine

Susan Verlander with the Currahee Club is this week’s guest on the award-winning Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show. Susan shares information on her lake and mountain getaway community, and her interview is followed by a discussion with Rob Brawner of the Atlanta BeltLine. Susan Verlander is the director of sales and marketing with Currahee Club.  Susan is a veteran of[...]

Unique Atlanta Home For Sale Featured in the Wall Street Journal

Monday’s “House of the Day” in the Wall Street Journal is a unique piece of Atlanta real estate. This home, built by an architect who studied under the famous Frank Lloyd Wright, was listed in June for $950,000, and is located directly adjacent to the popular Atlanta BeltLine. The home was designed by architect Robert M. Green, who incorporated Wright’s ideas[...]

Atlanta Real Estate Benefitting from the BeltLine Project

The Atlanta BeltLine project has helped make some big, positive changes in the Atlanta real estate market recently, so we reached out once again to our in-house Atlanta BeltLine specialist, Derrick Duckworth, for his perspective on this ongoing project. Describe any notable updates that have recently taken place with development of the Atlanta BeltLine. Because of the recent change of leadership[...]