Atlantic News

The Pinnacle of Intown Accommodations and a Lifestyle Like No Other

Sep 03, 2019

Life at Atlantic Midtown is truly like no other. In addition to the stunning residences with the best views in the city, life at Atlantic is truly luxury, carefree living at its best. With a staff of 25 handpicked experienced professionals, with a wealth of experience specializing in luxury living from some of the finest … Continue reading…


Get Geared up for Football Season in Atlanta | Three Can’t Miss Pre-Season Events

Aug 19, 2019

It’s impossible to not get caught up in the excitement with all the sporting events that take place in Atlanta. Atlanta sports provide year-round, live entertainment for thousands of fans. With six professional sports teams and top-notch venues, it’s easy to celebrate sports in Atlanta. Football season is the unofficial kickoff to sports season and while … Continue reading…


Time for a Getaway – Four Great Georgia Retreats

Aug 05, 2019

Need a weekend, a night, or even an afternoon away from the city? No need to hop on an airplane or spend all day in the car. Here are a few fun getaways just a stone’s throw outside of the city!   North Georgia Mountains Depending on where you start, the charming towns of North … Continue reading…


See Atlanta From A New View at Atlantic Midtown

Jul 25, 2019

The tallest residential building in Georgia is bound to have some pretty spectacular views, and Atlantic Midtown’s unparalleled views do not disappoint. With floor-to-ceiling windows and an elevated amenities deck, every corner of this stunning building showcases incredible skyline views and a sense of life above it all, in the heart of Atlanta. Check out … Continue reading…


How Artists Impact a City’s Future

Apr 01, 2019

Being born as a crossroads, Atlanta was always in a good position for creativity. More and more, research today is verifying what wise people have known for centuries. Where ideas converge, invention and enterprise flourish. It’s not just a gathering process; people exposed deeply to different ideas actually perform more creatively. The combination of divergen25t … Continue reading…


Commerce and the Three-Day Weekend

Mar 14, 2019

Part of the breadth and diversification that supports our steadily growing economy is the attraction Atlanta holds for visitors far and near. As the focus of $15 billion in visitor spending through the year, the additional access from three-day weekends provides a substantial portion of that income, and it makes sense to acknowledge and study … Continue reading…


The Draw of Bellwood and the Beltline

Mar 11, 2019

How many fresh approaches to housing will result from the brilliant scenario that’s emerging from the re-birth of Bellwood Quarry? The Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry traces its origins to a helicopter ride on which an architect, a developer, and a city planner noticed how handy the old Bellwood Quarry site was to the soaring … Continue reading…



Indian Fast casual restaurant, NaanStop opens in Atlantic Station

Feb 20, 2019

 As the premiere mixed-use development in Midtown Atlanta, Atlantic Station continues to add more retail, shopping, and restaurant options. The newest addition to Atlantic Station is NaanStop, an Atlanta-based fast causal Indian restaurant. Similar to Mexican food chains like Moe’s Southwest Grill and Chipotle, the 2,200-square-foot restaurant allows customers to build their own naanwiches, rice … Continue reading…


How Atlanta will Survive Super Bowl LIII

Jan 23, 2019

Photo courtesy of mercesbenzstadium.com⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Super Bowl LIII will be played in the brand new, state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Although Super Bowl LIII and other high-profile events will take place in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, the entire city will feel the impact. According to the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, 125-150K visitors are expected to … Continue reading…


Lines Blur Between City and Suburb

Jan 23, 2019

Commerce, communication, and connection are the probable cause for the rise of cities. The earliest gatherings of permanent homes were around fortifications for protection, so they tended to be in places hard to approach. A steep hilltop, an island, a peninsula, or any site with only one defensible approach. Any coffee table book about castles … Continue reading…


A Year in Review

Jan 12, 2019

As we examine the experience of the year just past, two familiar themes emerge from behind the projects that stand out. With Atlanta’s remarkable willingness to work together – businesses and higher education, neighborhoods and community groups, entrepreneurs and investors, arts and entertainment, and the city itself – stories of consistent cooperation run like a … Continue reading…