This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: New 18-story tower planned for Buckland, Eastside Trail extension and more

by Barbra Murray


Lots of exciting news broke this week in the world of Atlanta real estate. Top stories included news of a new 18-story tower in Buckland and the extension of the Eastside Trail.

If you missed any of the top real estate news this week, be sure to catch up with our real estate roundup:

Developer unveils 18-story condo tower in Buckland – The Loudermilk Cos. released plans to build an 18-story condo tower in the heart of Buckland. Curbed Atlanta has the renderings and details here.

Abodo surveys 2,000 Millennials about their most desired city features – If you’ve ever wondered what Millennials really want, look no further than this comprehensive survey conducted by Abodo. It covers everything from Millennials’ preferences for a good job market vs. their desire for good pizza and more. Dive into the results off the survey here.

The Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail is getting an extension – Finally, work has begun on extending the multi-use Eastside Trail south through Reynoldstown. Check out photos of the construction on Curbed Atlanta.

Georgia real estate agent fights back against the Ellen DeGeneres Show over joke – Titi Pierce, a real estate agent in Georgia, is suing Warner Bros., the parent company of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, over a joke the comedian made about the agent’s name. Read the specifics of the lawsuit here.

MARTA project delayed in midst of affordable housing issue – The Edgewood-Candler Park MARTA station mixed-use development project has encountered a setback after the mayor’s office questioned its affordable housing component. Read the full story in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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