<p>Wal-Mart is adapting its suburban big-box format the to sensibilities of urban residents in larger cities. Atlanta's new store includes a decidedly more upscale mix of products.</p>
Oct 17, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
<p>Did the city of Atlanta make a mistake by letting a deal with a mega-developer fall apart or did it have no choice?</p>
Oct 13, 2006 Creative Loafing
<p>The head of Atlanta's most prominent development firm expects transplanted suburbanites to balloon the city's intown population to over 800,000 by 2020. These numbers far exceed Atlanta's regional planning agency forecasts of 650,000 residents.</p>
Oct 12, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
<p>With an estimated $50 billion spent by gay men and lesbians on travel in 2005, Atlanta joins a list of other major cities looking to tap into this lucrative market.</p>
Oct 9, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A new Brookings Institution report finds Georgia and Atlanta to be among the top refugee resettlement centers in the United States.
Oct 3, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta's proposed transit and recreation loop using largely abandoned rail lines as a spur to economic development was dealt a damaging blow as a suburban developer backed out of plans to build condo towers along the line.
Sep 25, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Care to ride a bus shaped like a fish? Sample a new sofa on a rapid-transit train? See locally produced artworks? MARTA's marketing consultant says you might. But the system's riders just want on-time arrivals.
Sep 20, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A week after its glowing profile in the New York Times, Atlanta's Beltline project could now be in jeopardy as a suburban developer threatens to sell his critical piece of the proposed transit corridor.
Sep 13, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Designed to allow transit users the freedom of car-rentals-by-the-hour, Flexcars are now available throughout central Atlanta. But will anybody really use them?
Sep 10, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A plan is unfolding to create a 22-mile loop of green space and transit routes in downtown Atlanta, one of the most car-dependent cities in America. The plan started out as a graduate student's thesis and is now fully adopted by the city.
Sep 7, 2006 The New York Times