Are you a subscriber but don’t have an online account?

Register for full online access.

 
 
 
 

More stories about Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA

  • A|L Design Awards : Terminus 100

    Commendable Achievement, Exterior Lighting | Entrant: Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design

  • Atlanta Razes Last Large Project

    A BULLDOZER TORE DOWN Bowen Homes, marking the end of Atlanta's large public housing projects.

  • Nationwide

    Chicago— M&R Development has broken ground on Parc Huron, a 221-unit luxury high-rise in Chicago's River North neighborhood. The 21-story tower was originally planned as condominiums by developer Lennar Corp., but the company sold the site and plans to M&R last fall.

  • Seniors Get It All

    CHAMBLEE, GA. Once a storm water runoff site for a manufacturing plant, this lot has become a popular living space for low-income seniors thanks to a public-private partnership among the city, DeKalb County, and nonprofit affordable housing developer Mercy Housing.

  • Atlanta Says Farewell to Last Large Public Housing Building

    ATLANTA—A bulldozer began tearing down Bowen Homes this month, marking the end of the city’s large public housing projects

  • Company Buzz: Dec. 10, 2008

    Zumtobel joins EMerge Alliance, Ciralight joins Energy Star, and Greenlight Initiative opens a new office in Atlanta.

  • Fall 2008 LED Supplement

    Fall 2008 LED Supplement

  • Regional News

    Bloomington, Minn. —Boston-based Intercontinental Real Estate Corp. has purchased the International Village Apartments, a 353-unit community, for $30 million, or $85,269 per unit.

  • Tornado Alley

    Tom Aderhold and his wife were just sitting down to a late dinner at an Atlanta restaurant when he got the phone call.

  • Nationwide Regional Market News

    Savoy, Ill.— University Fields, a 192-unit student housing property here, has sold for $11.5 million. The buyer was Landmark Residential, a Tampa, Fla.-based property management company.