Billed as a “contemporary masterpiece” with primo location, this clean-lined, four-bedroom offering has reached the market this week a few uphill blocks from Ponce City Market and the Beltline, with Freedom Park next door.

That rare Atlanta new-build with bones of mostly steel, it greets North Avenue with spacious front decks and a crisp, butterfly-roof design by the Robert M. Cain Architect firm.

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“Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a behemoth, located delicately in the center of downtown Atlanta between skyscrapers, public parks, and thousands of homes. Huge, triangular glass panes make up the outer walls of the $1.5 billion structure and reflect a diverse city that is hosting three professional stadium projects completing in the span of a year (the Braves open their new ballpark in April and the Hawks are planning a massive renovation ready for next season).”

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“The people of Atlanta have spoken, and a utopian vision for Memorial Drive’s westernmost reaches is now set in stone.

They’re calling this long-planned, sweeping expanse of greenspaces—all studded with public art and cafes—the Memorial Drive Greenway. It would span from Oakland Cemetery to a large park that caps The Connector where Memorial meets downtown.”

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According to a press release by Winter Construction, work has begun on 14th Street between West Peachtree Street and Crescent Avenue on the AC Hotel/Moxy Hotel hybrid. The hotel will rise between two existing lodges—the Four Seasons to the east and a Marriott Suites to the west.

Designed by Cooper Carry, the 266,000-square-foot facility, divided between two independent towers, will sit atop a parking deck podium to serve both hotels. The AC tower will contain 133 rooms, while the Moxy will have 155.

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“For fans of achingly beautiful postindustrial decrepitude, it’s tough to beat the historic Pullman Yard complex in Kirkwood right now. But these urban ruins—crumbling and rusting a little more each day, all splashed with graffiti—likely won’t last for long.

With development encroaching from all sides, the Georgia Building Authority announced in December it will sell Pullman Yard. At 27 acres, it’s one of Atlanta’s largest dormant properties, used in recent years only for productions of television shows and movies such as the Hunger Games and the forthcoming Baby Driver.”

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“Atlanta Beltline Inc. revealed that a sale of roughly two acres of formerly contaminated land last used as an industrial laundry facility has finalized with developer North American Properties, the team behind Atlantic Station’s revamp and Avalon.

No sales price was divulged. But fresh renderings of what could be built have emerged.”

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Check out the Curbed Atlanta article about one of the largest stretches of land along the Atlanta Beltline.

“One of the largest undeveloped tracts of land along the popular path will be listed for sale next month. The 10-acre site currently serves as an operations center and marshaling yards for Georgia Power.

According to the AJC, Georgia Power is exploring options to offload the property, which borders the Beltline, Historic Fourth Ward Park, and the Masquerade site.”

Read more at Curbed Atlanta