This Week in Atlanta Real Estate: public transit and church development

by Peter Thomas Ricci

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What happened this week in Atlanta real estate? Allow us to share:

Thanks to voters, the city of Atlanta can count on a better transit network in the coming decades.

•A historic church with roots stretching back to 1870 may sell a portion of its land to developers.

•New renderings have emerged for Georgia State’s Turner Field conversion.

•Atlanta housing costs may be on the rise, but they still trail most other large metro areas.


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