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Where Breakfast Happens in Poncey-Highland

Where Breakfast Happens in Poncey-Highland

It’s a big deal, breakfast. Many of us just don’t have it, and most of us skip it from time to time. Surely, there are chapters of life that seem to demand going from zero to 60 as soon as our feet hit the floor, particularly here in Atlanta. Yet, whether you join in...

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Where Hard-Chargers Recharge – Chattahoochee National Park

Where Hard-Chargers Recharge – Chattahoochee National Park

Kayaking and birdwatching and trout fishing all take place in Atlanta. This is hard to imagine, but easy to experience, thanks to the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area. Within easy reach, the Chattahoochee River offers Atlanta a break from its well-known vibe of...

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The Story of Poncey-Highland

The Story of Poncey-Highland

If the story of Atlanta begins with a crossroads, then the story of Poncey-Highland might be the very heart of it. Once the area where railroad tracks connected Atlanta industries to the world, Poncey-Highland was reborn gradually, and together with the neighboring...

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The Best of Poncey-Highland

The Best of Poncey-Highland

It seems the more people learn about Atlanta, the more likely the place we call Virginia Highland – or Poncey-Highland – becomes their favorite. There are a lot of reasons. And they’re the kind of reasons that fit together to become bigger as a whole. It’s within...

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The Best of Summer in Poncey-Highland

The Best of Summer in Poncey-Highland

When the balconies and terraces of the modern townhomes in the historic mix of architecture found among the Virginia Highland and Poncey-Highland neighborhoods of Atlanta are no longer enough, when it’s time to venture forth for the pure pleasure that lies beyond in...

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The Dog Park in Piedmont Park

The Dog Park in Piedmont Park

Could a townhome really be luxurious if it wasn’t also an interesting and engaging home for your beloved pet? Atlanta dog lovers don’t think so. We put our human capacity to plan at the service of our dogs – who, in contrast, are known for their ability to live in the...

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Economic Development Atlanta Style

Economic Development Atlanta Style

The most resilient cities have a broad base of industries or resources. The stories of the world’s great cities are usually not tied – or not tied for long – to a single kind of commerce. The seemingly endless wells of prosperity that came to steel or automotive or...

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How Our Hangout Became a Treasure

How Our Hangout Became a Treasure

Manuel’s Tavern, just a block away, was named to the National Register of Historic Places on May 29th, letting the world know what we’ve long known – that the atmosphere here in Poncey-Highland and Virginia Highlands is something to treasure. The unique offering of...

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Your First Summer in a New Home

Your First Summer in a New Home

With the observation that the first townhomes of 550 North Highland are still on-track to deliver this summer, we are reminded that Atlanta is a world where possibilities are not only vast, but also persistent. Constructive optimism is a key ingredient in the Atlanta...

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Historic Vote for Historic District

Historic Vote for Historic District

Poncey-Highland residents cast their ballots about a month ago on the question of whether to designate the neighborhood for historic preservation. With a majority of about 75%, the historic district proposal carried, in a step that supports the mix of modern,...

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