Without a viable mass transit system and concentrated employment centers, Atlanta should reduce allowable density and build more roads, says one columnist.
Sep 5, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Neither first nor second generation immigrants, those who migrated with their parents to America as children are often caught between the old world and the new.
Sep 4, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
After years of inactivity, new mixed-use developments are sprouting around MARTA transit stations.
Sep 3, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
While New Urbanism seems to have caught on in and around Atlanta, high home prices mean that the average homebuyer isn't benefiting.
Aug 29, 2006 Pine Magazine
Though the central city's numerous building cranes and new developments fueled population-gain assumptions, new government and regional estimates seem to confirm that intown Atlanta is experiencing a continuing renaissance.
Aug 21, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
An investor from Los Angeles grabs Atlanta's tallest tower for its biggest price.
Jul 26, 2006 The Slatin Report
Neal Peirce comments on the role of private investment in mega-road projects.
Jul 18, 2006 The Washington Post Writers Group
With a history of bulldozing older buildings to accommodate the new, it is not surprising that many modernist structures are threatened by Atlanta's growth. The question remains, are these buildings people want to save?
Jul 5, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Joining cities like Austin and Philadelphia that are implementing city-wide wireless networks, Atlanta is seeking partners to help provide on-demand access in a 132-square-mile area.
Jun 29, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Fulton County commission's decision to sell park land in one of the Southeast's wealthiest counties could set a precedent that would have far-reaching consequences for other government entities looking for solutions to a financial crisis.
Jun 24, 2006 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution