A new Atlanta City Council proposal aims to stop predatory investors from swindling longtime Atlantans out of their homes.
These remedies, though, aren’t matters to hold your breath on; public and private leaders need to take action today.
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.
Flaunting a more redeeming nickname — "The City Too Busy to Hate" — one might expect more from Atlanta in terms of class parity, as recent news reports have underscored a trend of seemingly targeted ...
The much-anticipated Quarry Yards mixed-use development slated for Atlanta’s Westside appears to be kaput, complicating already intense concerns about the future of affordable living in the area.
The cost to fight Georgia's mounting eviction crisis likely exceeds $91 million, according to new research by the nonprofit Legal Services Corporation (LSC).
Georgia has exorcised some of its Confederate ghosts in recent years, although many still haunt the state's public spaces, casting shadows in communities that have largely matured since the horrors of the Civil War.
When President Donald Trump dispatched an arguably racist series of tweets that he seemed to think summed up a recent change to national public housing rules, industry leaders and constituents alike let out a collective ...
Though the ongoing public health crisis has prompted pandemonium aplenty, the novel coronavirus also provides abundant learning opportunities for community leaders.
Atlanta's car-centric urban design might be contributing to the rash of stunt driver-style behavior on Sweet Auburn's Edgewood Avenue.
Edgewood Avenue, historic Sweet Auburn’s nightlife epicenter has long played host to lively street parties that promise blaring music, fast cars and, sometimes, violence.
On June 1, I penned an essay outlining my perspective on the first night of recent Black Lives Matter protests in Atlanta. Titled Atlanta missed the mark during the protests, but police and demonstrators can ...