Some famous and not-so-famous projects were honored with the City of Atlanta’s annual Design Awards May 17.
A segregation-era Black school in Southwest Atlanta and the site of a prominent English Avenue church will be considered for official City historic landmark status next week.
A proposal to streamline City-ordered demolition of buildings in Atlanta is being met with concern from preservationists who say historic structures could lose their second chance.
Last weekend, metro Atlanta residents woke up to snow for the first time in several years. Granted, a snow day in the South usually means making a miniature snowman using the flurries collected on top ...
Atlanta Public Schools will “pause” its plan to demolish the historic former Lakewood Elementary School following opposition from preservationists and City planners who called it “shameful.”
An Atlanta Public Schools proposal to demolish the historic Lakewood Elementary building is being blasted as “shameful” by City planning staff in advance of a Jan. 12 review hearing.
By John Ruch Last month, I told you about 731 Lawton St., a 120-year-old house in the West End Historic District that’s on the verge of collapse after years of neglect. I wondered if a ...
Historic preservation and reuse projects took home a majority of the City of Atlanta’s 43rd annual Design Awards in a May 18 virtual ceremony. Meanwhile, city planners teased their intention to diversify their definition of ...
Amid general support for landmarking Kirkwood's Pullman Yard, a city panel hearing the idea delayed a vote while they await historic details on at least one building.