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This Old House; Buckhead's New Path; Crucial Meeting

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

OLD FOURTH WARD — This renovated five-bedroom classic (above) in the Old Fourth Ward was already a quarter-century old when The Great Atlanta Fire of 1917 swept through, devouring some 2,000 structures (but not this one). The home's asking price was reduced this week by $100,000. Have a look inside right here.

BUCKHEADThis new photo essay documents the status (and future-phase progress) of Buckhead's answer to the BeltLine, PATH400.

CITYWIDE — This week, a lively roundtable called "Turning Point: Atlanta on the Verge" was a powerful indication that Atlantans give a damn about this city in the most crucial sort of way. Panelists included Beltline inventor Ryan Gravel and the brains behind Ponce City Market. Curbed gathered highlights from the meeting and a few thought-provoking quotes.

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