Rodney Cook, Sr. Park could transform a neighborhood

The potential of the BeltLine dream has always been that it could add acres of green space and parks to the City of Atlanta. Today, the Emerald Necklace has a new gem. After years of planning, delays, and construction snags, the Rodney Cook, Sr. Park at Historic Vine City has finally opened.  At a cost of $40 million, the park named for a Buckhead insurance executive who worked with Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders is sure to boost the surrounding … [Read more...]

East Avenue Cottages – New Homes in O4W

Although cottage may be a bit of a misnomer, East Avenue Cottages are reminiscent of craftsman-style architecture -- just in a two and three-story, attached kind of way. This collection of twelve unique duplexes offer a killer intown location, embedded as they are in one of Atlanta's hottest neighborhoods.┬áSome of the city's best public amenities like the BeltLine Eastside Trail, Historic Fourth Ward Park and Freedom Parkway Trails are within a few steps of these homes. Nearby Historic Fourth … [Read more...]