Read the June e-Edition

The June 2010 e-Edition of Atlanta INtown is now available for you to peruse. We’re now using the popular Issuu.com site to publish the e-Edition each month. The site allows you to subscribe to INtown and receive an email when the new e-Edition goes live. You can also share the paper on Facebook, Twitter and at your […]

Green Insider: Summer Fun Ideas

By Laura Turner Seydel Summer is here and now is the perfect time to get out and experience all of Atlanta’s amazing outdoor adventures. It’s so easy for our kids to get stuck inside in front of the TV, but thanks to our many attractions and wonderful landscape there are plenty of activities to make […]

From Luxury to Practicality: Emerging Real Estate Trends

By Carly Felton In the past couple of years, real estate in Atlanta – and all over the country – has undergone a tremendous change. Sure, prices fell and properties became harder and harder to sell; however there are a number of other significant, though often overlooked trends in the market. According to the National Association […]

Eco-Friendly Eating

By Polly Sattler Local nonprofit GreenPlate, Inc. works to raise awareness about and reduce single use plastic. Each month, our newsletter highlights local restaurants who are either well on their way or working to become more environmentally friendly (and less plastic dependent). The restaurants then give a GreenPlate special for our readers. Of course we […]

Explorations…with Jennifer Campbell: Charleston

Charleston, S.C.,  the so-called “Holy City” because of the abundance of church steeples dotting its low country skyline, might just restore your faith in travel this summer. An easy escape from Atlanta — less than five hours by car or a one-hour flight from Hartsfield-Jackson — this coastal gem remains the preeminent destination for a […]

June Real Estate Briefs

Julie Sadlier, Sandy D’Aprile and Peter Bade have joined the office of RE/Max Metro Atlanta in their Cityside location. Along with this move, the three agents have also combined forces and created a merger now known as The Intowners. After years of working independently, and often competing with one another in this highly complex market; […]