Discussing metro Atlanta’s housing affordability issues is much like discussing climate change, said Dave Stockert, former CEO of Post Properties. “This conversation is not going away.”
At long last, Atlanta's housing authority is getting back into the construction game.
Once a month, the Atlanta Housing board of commissioners convenes to discuss policies that dictate how thousands of predominantly low-income residents can or could be helped by the local agency, and you should be there. ...
The Atlanta City Council on Monday passed legislation which creates a new zoning designation that's expected to encourage private development in neighborhoods that might otherwise go overlooked.
The oft-used term "public housing" leaves a bad taste in many people's mouths, and according to Atlanta Housing's new CEO Eugene Jones, it needs to go away.
Surprising nearly no one, a report by online rental marketplace Apartment List has found rent prices in metro Atlanta are still on the rise.
A major mixed-use project in Atlanta's historic Sweet Auburn district aims to boost the city's affordable housing stock by more than 100 units.
Beltline CEO Clyde Higgs said boosting the amount of missing middle jobs is crucial for fostering equity and sustainable affordability along the popular multi-use trail.
The Atlanta Regional Commission has crafted a framework for the future of housing in the metro area, and affordability is a top priority.
On Monday, the Atlanta City Council green-lit legislation that paves the way for a few new affordable housing options in Southwest Atlanta.
More than 1,000 families could soon become eligible for rent assistance from Atlanta's housing authority, thanks to a policy change enacted Wednesday afternoon.
Leadership at Atlanta's housing authority might undergo another change in the near future.
The Athens-Clark County government has drafted a more than $300 million project list for a Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) which, if backed by voters in a November referendum, would produce much-needed affordable ...
The City of Atlanta's economic development agency approved bond resolutions that would help fund the construction and restoration of more than 700 affordable apartments.
A $25 million project by Atlanta Habitat for Humanity aims to bolster the city's stock of for-sale affordable homes.
Many housing experts have said one of the best ways to wrangle Atlanta's affordability crisis is to diversify the housing stock, and one local start-up is on a mission to corner some of that untapped market.
The Atlanta Beltline has miles to go, in terms of fulfilling its goal of producing and preserving 5,600 units of affordable housing along the popular multi-use trail.