“The leaves are showing first hints of gold, and forecasts say a merciful drop in temperature is on the horizon. Yes, summer is bidding adieu, autumn is stepping in, and Atlantans (and Atlanta visitors) are ready to explore. Good thing the city is brimming with options—both indoors and out—for beholding autumnal wonders.

Below, we’ve updated our list of places to visit during a rainy fall day, a staycation, or one of those “let’s get outside right now” weekends in October, November, and yes, December. It’s also a guide for where to take out-of-town guests and show off the ATL, all mapped below.

Grab your flannel and cider, step away from the football game, and get going!”

Read more at Curbed Atlanta

The slow, stuttered rebirth of Atlanta’s for-sale condo market is showing signs of life on the city’s southeast side.

That’s where an adaptive-reuse project called United Lofts has begun listing units that are marketed as having an Ormewood Park address, next to a towering church.



This is good news for future homeowners at The Bristol. Chamblee’s popular The Rail Trail is about to see substantial growth due to officials’ plan to launch a Peachtree Road streetscape project that could one day connect the Atlanta BeltLine to Chamblee.

The Bristol is an offering of seventeen stunning townhomes located on the aforementioned Peachtree Road that will be well-served by the the growth of The Rail Trail. Visit TheBristolChamblee.com or contact Allen Snow at AllenSnowRealty@gmail.com for further information.