With hot summers and mild winters, Atlanta is an outdoor playground of must-visit attractions.
Centennial Olympic Park
There’s always a live concert in this 21-acre urban oasis, making it ideal for a wonderful day out with friends and family. The park’s concert series “Music at Noon” and “Wednesday WindDown” feature blues, jazz, and R&B performances by the best local artists. Seasonal events like the 4th of July Celebration and Holiday in Lights also take place here throughout ...
If you’ve been keeping an eye on new residential options around Metro Atlanta, here are several new projects to get excited about:
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Promising walkable access to Atlanta landmarks like the Ponce City market, The Fabulous Fox Theatre, and Piedmont Park, this row of contemporary townhomes is expected to bring excitement to the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood on Atlanta’s East Side, with construction beginning August 2017.
Developer Foyer Urban is building a 27-unit community ...
Atlanta loves soul food, and if you’re looking for Southern home-style cooking, you’re in the right place. Here are some restaurants to check out:
180 Northside Drive
Paschal’s proudly calls itself “Atlanta’s Best Soul Food Restaurant” – and for good reason. Their signature dishes include fried catfish, mac n’ cheese, black-eyed peas, and their famous 1947 fried chicken. They also have a full-service bar where you can grab a handcrafted cocktail.
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Live in one of the most coveted addresses in Atlanta. Located in The Clifton, an upscale lifestyle community in the heart of the city, Unit 305 opens its doors to buyers who want to live in the lap of luxury.
This penthouse condo at The Clifton exudes low-key elegance with its rosewood floors, 12-foot ceilings, and crown moldings. With 2 bedrooms and bathrooms, the unit can comfortably accommodate a small family or an overnight guest. Live in ease, entertain with styl...
The hit Netflix series, “Stranger Things.” The blockbuster franchise, “ The Hunger Games.” The trend-making TV phenom, “The Walking Dead.” And the moneymaking media juggernaut, the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
These epitomize the exciting, new productions coming out of Hollywood – except for the fact that each of these hits are actually produced in Atlanta, Georgia, some 2,000 miles away.
In 2008, Georgia began wooing the filmmaking industry by offering attractive tax incentiv...