Since the pandemic began, Americans have reevaluated the meaning of the word home. That’s led some renters to realize the many benefits of homeownership, including the feelings of
Uptown Atlanta one of the Big Surprises for 2021
Dated: January 11 2021
The last decade has seen a lot of development and some significant changes to intown Atlanta that actually created new spaces or communities reinventing Intown as we know it. Three of the biggest transformations have been Atlantic Station, Buckhead Atlanta, and the Tech Square & Corridor at Georgia Tech. Now comes 'Uptown Atlanta.' Atlanta Magazine has a great article overviewing what Rubenstein Partners has planned for this transformation of the Lindberg community after their massive $187 Million Dollar investment.
The Lindberg area has had a hard life growing up and really has historically been treated as a 'Redheaded Step-Child' of Buckhead and Midtown. Rubenstein Partners’ massive investment in this core development is designed to change this lackluster reputation. As a REALTOR I can tell you that the area has a whole lot to offer and is one of the best values intown delivering a true live-work-play lifestyle. The recent addition of the new Mega-Kroger is the icing on the cake. Residents truly have the option of living car-free or at least a lifestyle not dependent on a car for necessities of life. You can see for yourself the affordability of this neighborhood below.
It is going to be interesting to see how and if this 'Name Change' is going to be accepted by Atlanta at large. The biggest first step is getting MARTA to change the name of the Lindberg Station. I'm sure that is going to be a massive undertaking as that name is everywhere.
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