The purchase price of a residence is deemed affordable under federal guidelines in all but two metro Atlanta counties, according to a new report from the Atlanta Fed.
The law of supply and demand that’s affecting affordable housing in Atlanta has an added complexity that’s arrived at the forefront: A somewhat limited supply is increasingly tilting toward higher income residents.
Metro Atlanta ranks third in the United States for the proportion of market certified green space in office buildings, according to a new report by CBRE. The report comes as former President Obama is to take a stage Wednesday at a green building conference in Atlanta, and Georgia Tech has opened the ultra sustainable Kendeda Building.
The perceived market value of WeWork, the largest operator of flexible office space in the city of Atlanta, is cratering on Wall Street. But WeWork’s market niche – co-work office spaces favored by tech firms – is here to stay and expected to expand in metro Atlanta, according to a new report from CBRE.
Metro Atlanta’s economic engine is humming right along, according to a new report that factors in the estimated 6,500 jobs lost in the region in the past year but not the unknown fallout from the announced merger of SunTrust and BB&T.