Markley contextualizes the demolitions in the northern suburbs within the region’s long history of residential discrimination.
By Sonam Vashi Nearly 500,000 affordable homes across the country funded by a federal program will expire by 2030, according to a new report. In Atlanta, more than one-third of the 11,000 homes funded by ...
The 240-unit development will be "100 percent affordable housing" right next to the Kensington MARTA station.
The city's planning commission bumped up a policy to set aside 10 percent of new apartment units to include the whole city.
For some councilmembers and advocates, the Gulch deal's affordable housing perks aren't enough to justify a potential $1.75 billion in public incentives.
A new report shows affordable housing is disproportionately distributed in Atlanta and recommends keeping housing "affordable" for longer.
The Atlanta City Council unanimously approved plans on Monday for the Echo Street Communities development in English Avenue, one of the first large-scale developments in the area that has triggered strong alarm among many residents ...