500 Acre Development in LaGrange

LaGrange isn’t known for landing lots of mixed-use development projects. In fact, most people in the city of Atlanta know LaGrange for the Kia Motors Plant. But LaGrange is about to get a whole lot busier. Longtime Atlanta Real Estate company, Selig Enterprises is developing a 500-acre project in LaGrange. It will be the largest […]

98 14th: Atlanta’s 2nd Tallest Building

98 14th street has been a hot topic in Atlanta development and real estate for nearly a decade. The 4-acre site has remained vacant since it was occupied by the Woodruff Arts Center but has seen many proposals for new development. Some plans have fallen through due to recessions while others lacked state and local funding. However, the site could […]

Revivial of The Herndon Homes Site

The Herndon Homes site is not a term that has been relevant in Atlanta for a few years.  However, the 12-acre property that runs along Northside Drive is creating quite a buzz. The historic site is set to become The Atlanta Housing Authority’s (AHA) first new “master developer procurement” in over 10 years. The Hunt Development Group […]

The Ultimate Atlanta Doughnut Smackdown

A couple weeks ago, I drove nearly 100 miles in one day, through a barrage of powerful thunderstorms, for doughnuts. I made that journey because doughnuts are having a moment, and I was on a mission to find the best one. In recent years, new, independently owned doughnut shops have been popping up all over […]

Doraville GM Plant – Updated Redevelopment Plan

    Integral Group LLC, the developers of the Doraville Assembly project, are putting together a new financing agreement. They hope the development of the 165-acre former General Motors site can regain momentum. In April, the project hit a stalemate due to the disagreement on the initial financing plan. Dekalb School Superintendent Stephen Green refused to […]

Millennials: Leading Buyers in Atlanta

According to a recent study by Realtor.com, Atlanta leads the way for Millennials who want to buy a home. Soaring rents and a median sales price of $234,000, continue to drive this phenomenon. In addition, accessibility to entertainment and a relatively low-cost of living make Atlanta an attractive alternative to other big cities. Millennials’ share of the national home […]