Counting Down 100 Years of Atlanta Condo Buildings‏ – Curbed University – Curbed Atlanta

They just don’t make them like they used to!

Counting Down 100 Years of Atlanta Condo Buildings‏ – Curbed University – Curbed Atlanta.

Food-driven Krog Street Market on the way | Atlanta INtown Paper

Food-driven Krog Street Market on the way | Atlanta INtown Paper.

Economists: Housing recovery finally here – Oct. 2, 2012

If CNN is reporting it, let’s pray it’s true!

Economists: Housing recovery finally here – Oct. 2, 2012.

TLC’s show “Four Houses” casting in Atlanta.

The Learning Channel’s show “Four Houses” is casting in the Atlanta area.  The winner of the show wins a $10,000 Grand Prize…Is your house worthy??

Home buying may never get any cheaper.

Here’s a great article outlining why this will probably be the last year to get the best deals in real estate.   The combination of inventory starting to sell, savvy investors who are quick to snatch up properties “monopoly-style” and both home prices and interest rates beginning to creep back up will limit choices for those of us who have been waiting for prices to drop just a bit more.  The perfect time to buy is now!

Home buying may never get any cheaper – May. 3, 2012.

Ponce de Leon Ave Closed for Beltline Improvements!

Starting Friday March 23rd at 9pm Ponce de Leon Ave will be closed between Ponce de Leon Pl and Glen Iris Dr until Monday March 26th at 5am.  Consider yourself forewarned!!

For more info, checkout the Creative Loafing article: http://clatl.com/freshloaf/archives/2012/03/20/ponce-de-leon-avenue-closes-this-weekend-for-beltline-trail-construction

Tour the Beltline!!! — For FREE :)

Did you know that the Atlanta Beltline Partnership offers free tours of the 22-mile Beltline path on Fridays and Saturdays??  I took this tour about 3 years ago and am planning on doing it again soon.  The guided bus tour starts at the Inman Park Marta station and follows the path while pointing out major Beltline stops and points of interest along the route.   For me, one of the highlights of the tour was a stop at the Bellwood Quarry on the West End.  Yes, you read correctly, Bellwood Quarry!  I had lived in Atlanta 16 years when I took the tour and know idea that we had a quarry and especially an active one.  The quarry will eventually become one of the new parks that will be created along the route.

For more information, check out:  http://beltline.org/GetInvolved/TourtheBeltLine/tabid/1746/Default.aspx