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Suburban Exodus; Atlantic Station Rebound; Mystery Loft


All the latest neighborhood and real estate news from Curbed Atlanta.

CITYWIDE— Is Atlanta basically renting its crop of young professionals until they grow up, have kids and head for the big houses and soccer clubs of the suburbs? Or has a paradigm shifted in terms of the core city's long-term appeal? A fascinating report asks if the Millennial Generation will follow the suburban exodus of their grandparents or forge lives in the cities that successfully attracted them with condo towers, hip coffee shops and bike paths.

MIDTOWN— In the eyes of at least one developer, Atlantic Station's efforts to revamp the property into a safer, family-friendlier destination with more local retailers and desirable restaurant/bar options has upped its desirability as a place to call home.

CASTLEBERRY HILLThis two-bedroom, one-bath loft in Castleberry Hill is something of an enigma. Only five photos accompany the listing, and only one of those (some black chairs, in a corner, solemn) is an interior shot, possibly the lobby. The price ? $63,000.

DOWNTOWN— On the matter of a new Atlanta Falcons stadium, the Georgia World Congress Center Authority has power players in its corner. The GWCCA is represented by the law firms who landed stadium deals for the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans, which the AJC calls an "offensive strategy" in ongoing negations with the Atlanta Falcons. Why this matters.