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Architecture Walking Map; Three Hot Projects; Cool Digs

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

[Atlanta's Flatiron Building. Photo: Tippin Corp.]

BUCKHEAD— Contrary to popular and pessimistic belief, Atlanta has buildings worth looking at, and they're accessible via mobility concepts called "walking" and "transit." We've compiled 12 downtown highlights in this nifty map.

CITYWIDE— While Atlanta's intown market isn't enjoying the sold-it-five-minutes-after-listing-it hoopla of other cities, the turnaround has been startling. Here's a look at three disparate residential developments, from Buckhead to O4W.

DORAVILLE— We love us some mid-century modern homes, and this 1971 specimen is about as swingin' as swingin' gets.

INMAN PARK— It's rare that we can feature a Price-Chopper listing in Inman Park. Here's the exception.
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