City officials could cut the $22 million COVID-19 housing assistance program in half, Atlanta’s chief operating officer Jon Keen announced on Tuesday.
A $400,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation could help a legal services organization protect Atlantans from eviction amid the pandemic.
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 ...
New city laws and transportation infrastructure adjustments haven’t curbed Atlanta’s rash of street racing and stunt driving, so municipal officials are considering calling in the Georgia General Assembly for help.
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."
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 City of Atlanta rule could help people hurdle costly barriers separating them from stable housing.
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) earlier this month debuted a new data analytics tool that could help local leaders track and respond to the eviction crisis spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Hundreds of new homes priced as affordable are headed for Atlanta's Westside by way of a couple new projects supported by Invest Atlanta, the city's economic development arm.
Residential developers hoping to build in Decatur will now be required to earmark a chunk of new units for affordable housing.
The cost to fight Georgia's mounting eviction crisis likely exceeds $91 million, according to new research by the nonprofit Legal Services Corporation (LSC).
Small businesses around town could be eligible for tens of thousands of dollars of public help with weathering the coronavirus pandemic.