The ink is barely dry on Decatur’s “unified concept plan” for retooling the 77-acre site the city purchased from the United Methodist Children’s Home, and already there’s a lively online conversation about which aspects of the plan should developed first.
Across metro Atlanta, new home development proposals are being presented to government planning and zoning commissions.
The nation’s population is becoming older and more diverse, according to a recent Census report. The only cohort that reported more deaths than births from July 2016 to July 2017 was non-Hispanic whites.
What happens when you build housing around transit, but it’s not affordable to the people who ride transit the most?
A little-known program connecting sick people with public transit got a standing ovation from Grady Hospital and MARTA leaders.
Thanks to key legislation adopted earlier this year, Gwinnett County officials now have the option of calling a referendum on local transit expansion as early as this fall.
When the formerly decadent Hotel Clermont was purchased in 2012, the Atlanta landmark was in disarray. After several years of construction setbacks, the nearly $30 million project is finished.
A recent Re/Max Georgia survey found that the price of homes in metro Atlanta’s five core counties have risen 21 percent in the past three years. During that time, salaries are up 9 percent, widening the gap between salaries and home prices.
It’s a seller’s market across metro Atlanta, and Cobb County is leading the way, according to RE/MAX Georgia’s Greater Atlanta Area Report for May.
Atlanta’s airport is aiming to add staff and make upgrades so it can handle the crowds of travelers expected for big events such as the upcoming Super Bowl.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and other city leaders met for the “Transform Westside Summit” to discuss plans to help revitalize the city’s west side.
This isn’t the type of zoning battle that’s generally fought in Gwinnett County. Not in 2018. It involves a band of locals trying to preserve what’s become an endangered way of life, especially in a county that’s been growing since the ’80s, already has more than 900,000 residents, and may add as many as half a million more over the next two decades or so.
Stereotypes are the nasty buggers upon which many a misguided opinion is formed. Stereotypes may appear harmless to some people, but for those being stereotyped, they can be anything but. Ageism is the last ism to go unaddressed.