Atlanta Spring Festival

Celebrate Spring by Attending One of Atlanta’s Many Festivals

With spring just around the corner, Atlanta’s festival season is slowly approaching! Home to some of the Southeast’s largest festivals, the metro Atlanta area offers something that appeals to nearly everyone’s tastes each weekend. From street markets and food festivals to concerts and art shows, residents around Atlanta have a variety of events to attend throughout the season. Here is[...]

Atlanta Named One of the Top 10 Most Creative Cities in the Country

Atlanta is characterized by its distinct skyline, Southern charm, flourishing opportunities for business and being the headquarters of internationally recognized companies such as Coca Cola and CNN. Adding to the city’s claims to fame, Movoto Real Estate Blog has named Atlanta the fifth most creative city in the country! With a huge variety of unique and trendy neighborhoods, Atlanta is[...]

Heirloom Design Build Wins Gold for Inman Park Neighborhood

The Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council congratulates Heirloom Design Build for winning a Gold OBIE in the Best Green Home – 2,000+ Square Foot category for its Inman Park Neighborhood in Atlanta. The OBIE awards are the premier awards in the new home construction industry. This home is a terrific example of a successful EarthCraft House project. By focusing on select[...]

Inman Park and Morningside Named to Redfin’s Hottest Lists

The Morningside-Lenox Park neighborhood of Atlanta was predicted to be one of the hottest neighborhoods for 2014 by Redfin, and after a mid-year check, it appears that Redfin’s guess in Atlanta was correct! Morningside-Lenox Park took the No. 3 spot in Redfin’s prediction thanks to its proximity to and lower price tag than Virginia Highland. The area has many of the[...]

Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes This Weekend

The Inman Park Neighborhood Association proudly presents the 42nd Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes this weekend.  Inman Park is located just two miles east of downtown, is Atlanta’s first planned community dating back to 1890 and is one of the nation’s first garden suburbs. The Tour of Homes starts on Friday, and features eight homes including a former[...]