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The Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail will soon connect with Historic Fourth Ward Park, thanks to a recent land acquisition from The Trust For Public Land by the Atlanta BeltLine. The post Atlanta BeltLine to Connect With Historic Fourth Ward Park appeared first on A is for Atlanta.
Nestled in the heart of Buckhead, Peachtree Park combines historic beauty and walkability with a true neighborhood spirit. it's one of Atlanta's hidden gems. The post What Makes Peachtree Park Special appeared first on A is for Atla...
If you live in Atlanta and like riding a bike, then you need to get to know Rebecca Serna, the Executive Director of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is a non-profit dedicated to making biking around Atlanta safer and easier. Rebecca’s passion has me thinking about taking clients on their house hunts via bike… [...]Show More Summary
What happens when a Realtor with an aversion to taking glamour shots actually sits down for a portrait session? Inquiring minds want to know... The post An Exercise In Narcissism: New Head Shots appeared first on A is for Atlanta.
The latest data indicates that the Atlanta housing market is a seller's market in certain price points, and a "buyer's market" in others. The post Atlanta Real Estate: Buyer’s Market, or Seller’s Market? appeared first on A is for Atlanta.
I Love You Man, a comedy released in 2009, gets better with every viewing. As a Realtor, I have a deep appreciation for Peter Klaven, the protagonist played by Paul Rudd. If you haven’t seen it, you should. If you have seen it, watch it again. A brief, somewhat NSFW conversation about real estate marketing. [...]Show More Summary
Mike Patrick is the founder of Storico Fresco, which is hands down the best pasta in Atlanta. There’s really not much more that I can say about it – try it once, and you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. His food is the truth, and his commitment to culinary anthropology is completely inspiring. Get [...]Show More Summary
Just last week, I wrote about the looming “intown” apartment boom in the Inman Park/Old Fourth Ward/Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail corridor. 1259 apartments- a certifiable boom! Never to be outdone by “intown”, Buckhead and Brookhaven are going through their own boom. From the Atlanta Business Chronicle: In total, there are 1,097 units under construction and [...]Show More Summary
The Inman Park Beer Chase combines running (a 5k road race), beer (a craft beer festival) and public safety (it benefits the Inman Park Security Patrol). I could probably end this post after one sentence (perhaps a second sentence letting you know that it takes place this Saturday, October 27 might be appropriate)… but then [...]Show More Summary
The Atlanta BeltLine’s much anticipated Eastside Trail will have its grand opening on Monday at 10 a.m., at Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark. This is a really big deal. If you don’t know what the Atlanta BeltLine is, or you know but can’t remember the details, I’ve bolded some basic questions below… and used the BeltLine’s [...]
I’ve been hearing pretty consistent “oohs and ahhs” about my new listing at 307 Milledge Avenue in Grant Park. I figured that it was only fair to introduce the brains behind the beauty, Jeff Gaines of Strategic Construction Services. Jeff worked tirelessly on the restoration of this historic charmer, and the results speak for themselves. [...]
Courtesy of the Atlanta Regional Commission, a state of the (local housing) union. Cocktail party fodder for most, and a jumping off point for demographers, social scientiest and economists…
We interupt your regularly scheduled programming to bring you this special announcement: We’ll return to a more “normal” blogging schedule in the not too distant future…
Joe Truex is the Executive Chef at Watershed On Peachtree, a reincarnation of the original Decatur classic. If you’ve eaten his food- whether at Watershed or at his previous Atlanta restaurant, Repast, you know that the dude knows his food. A quick look under the chef’s toque reveal his thoughts on where Daniel Boulud should [...]
Everyone loves a classic. What they don’t love, however, is that the classics often need to be renovated. Not fun, unless you’ve got a pile of cash, vision, and a stomach for adventure. I just listed one of those rare, fully renovated classics that bridges the gap between 1930 and 2012 quite nicely. Just two [...]
By day, Greg Zinman is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Communication and Culture. By night, he is one of Atlanta’s leading curators of visual arts. This Saturday, he’ll be presenting Inner/Outer Space, a live visual spectacle at 489 Edgewood. If you like psychedelia, old NASA videos, Andy Warhol and electro-acoustic [...]
Homes, like everything else that’s offered for sale (save for Twinkies), eventually go stale. It’s a matter of subjectivity as to when a home for sale crosses the rubicon from attractive and desirable to moldy and undesirable. In the current market, some buyers question homes that have been on on market for over 30 days. [...]
I’ve got some new exterior snapshots of my listing at Litchfield Hundred in Roswell. It’s a beautiful home, and its on a pretty stunning piece of property. I’ll make this short and sweet: 5,800 square feet. Over an acre of land. Gorgeous interior. Lovely swim/tennis community. $585,000. Pretty phenomenal opportunity. Call me to schedule an [...]
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David Payne is the co-founder of Scoutmob, an Atlanta-based startup that combines 3 things that I love: Atlanta, local businesses and a good deal. While Mr. Payne should be out finding local deals (Scoutmob officially launches today), I've managed to sequester him at A Is For Atlanta HQ, to answer a question or two...Q. Show More Summary