This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: Displaced preschools and the Biltmore sale

by Peter Thomas Ricci

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What happened this week in the world of real estate? Allow us to tell you:

•A long-running preschool is, as Curbed Atlanta writes, being unwillingly displaced by the surging demand for new construction.

Pre-sales are on the way for the 98 Fourteenth Street development, a 74-story tower in Midtown.

•How much did Georgia Tech pay for the Biltmore? A pretty penny.

•Malls are dying all over the country, but their re-use could save the suburbs, argues realtor.com.

•McMansions have returned in force, but new NAHB analysis shows that super-duper-sized homes are also growing strongly.


Photo Credit: Jeff Clemmons, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Biltmore_Hotel.jpg