With temperatures creeping toward freezing, the City of Atlanta plans to open an emergency warming center in Summerhill on Monday evening.
An elderly widow who’s for years lived in a shed on Atlanta’s Westside is soon to become a “grandmotherly figure” at a new home where young mothers will come to take refuge from life on ...
This week, the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership (ANDP) launched an ambitious initiative aimed at building and preserving 2,000 affordable homes by 2025.
Old Fourth Ward’s mixed-use mammoth Ponce City Market is bound for a major expansion, including more than 400 new residences that are supposed to have "accessible price points."
Back in February, the firm plotting the redevelopment of a nearly 70-acre swath of land neighboring the Westside's Bellwood Quarry suddenly stopped discussing plans for affordable housing with the City of Atlanta.
Predatory real estate investors in Atlanta have been put on notice: If they badger people about selling their homes, especially if those homeowners don't want to, they could be fined or locked up.
With Election Day on the other side of this coming weekend, Georgians have precious little time to figure out who they’re going to pick to lead the local, state and federal governments.
Local leaders aren’t oblivious to the gentrifying impacts the Atlanta Beltline has had on the neighborhoods through which it weaves, but the economic side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated a housing crisis that’s ...
A new Atlanta City Council proposal aims to stop predatory investors from swindling longtime Atlantans out of their homes.
A new residential development planted just blocks from the Atlanta Beltline’s Westside Trail recently began welcoming its first residents, and more are on the way from nonprofit City of Refuge’s philanthropic programs.
These remedies, though, aren’t matters to hold your breath on; public and private leaders need to take action today.
Armed with 35 years of experience leading public housing agencies in the United States and Canada, Atlanta Housing CEO Eugene Jones knows politicians — from the local level to the upper echelons of government — ...
A new City of Atlanta rule could help people hurdle costly barriers separating them from stable housing.
Seeking new revenue streams to fund affordable housing creation and scholarship programs, Atlanta Housing (AH) officials are planning to erect a billboard atop the agency’s downtown headquarters.
An aging, vacant building in the Atlanta University Center is headed for a nearly $10 million restoration that’s slated to provide amenities for a mixed-income community being developed nearby.