On the Rise: Condo & townhome market surges again

On the Rise: Condo & townhome market surges again

By Kathy Dean With the resurgence of the real estate market in Atlanta, condos and townhomes are high on the list of desirable properties. Many people consider them the perfect option for enjoying the best that city life has to offer. Others find condos a cost-effective way to live Intown. A report by Dorsey Alston, […]

Activvely app to connect those looking for activity partners

Activvely app to connect those looking for activity partners

There are plenty of smart phone apps for finding dates and hooking up, but how about finding a platonic friend to exercise with? Or go to a movie? Or grab the occasional lunch? Old Fourth Ward resident Stefanie Jewett hopes her new app, Activvely, will solve that problem. The idea for Activvely, which launches for […]

Decatur Book Festival: Carol Anderson on her new book ‘White Rage’

By Janet Metzger When media across the country collectively referred to the Ferguson, MO riots of 2014 as “black rage,” historian and Emory professor Carol Anderson put her thoughts into an editorial for the Washington Post. “It’s not about black rage against cops,” she said, “it’s white rage against progress.” Reader response to this op-ed […]

Stockyards project in West Midtown adds new tenants

Stockyards project in West Midtown adds new tenants

Stockyards, the Federal Capital Partners/Westbridge Partners joint-venture adaptive renovation of three historic warehouses in West Midtown, is under construction with an expected opening in the first quarter of 2017. The project has just announced new tenants, bringing Stockyards to more than 65 percent pre-leased. The tenants include Atlanta-based creative agency Fitzgerald & CO; sports, events […]

Read the September issue of INtown today!

Read the September issue of INtown today!

The condo and townhome market is surging again post-recession and we have an up-close look at the new projects going up around Intown. Also in this issue: our special back-to-school section, an inside look at City Winery, a preview of the annual Art on the BeltLine and Lantern Parade, and a project called The Stitch […]

City announces police training partnership with GE

City announces police training partnership with GE

Mayor Kasim Reed and GE today announced a $1 million partnership to support the city in developing enhanced public safety strategies, specifically focused on leadership development and culture training for the Atlanta Police Department. The APD has already begun to implement its “Blueprint for Public Safety,” a policing plan based on the recommendations of the […]

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