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Condo Countdown; Is Rent Too Damn High?

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

CITYWIDE— In honor of the grand "Ponce" turning 100 years old, we've been counting up some of Atlanta's more notable condo buildings through the years. Start way back here, or jump to the 1960s.

BUCKHEAD— Lost amid the smorgasbord of intriguing intown projects — Ponce City Market, the Beltline, etc. — is talk of Buckhead Atlanta, the half-decade-in-the-making redux of the city's party district. Here's why that could soon change.

MIDTOWNMidtown's latest high-end apartment project welcomed its first residents last week, and it's fetching rents ($2 per square foot) that some believed impossible for the Atlanta market.

BUCKHEAD— Buckhead's planned cousin to the Beltline now has full funding for its first phase, thanks to this latest $2 million chip-in.

MIDTOWN— Looking for scintillating summer reading material? Consider these books by Curbed Network editors, including Atlanta's.
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