Things to do in Atlanta for the Holidays

The holidays in Atlanta are always a magical time. With the mild southern winter, Christmas in Atlanta opens the door to so many more activities to enjoy outdoors. Whether you choose to drive or walk through the displays of Christmas lights in Atlanta, pockets of Christmas light showcases are popping up all over the city…

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Making a Difference in Riverside

Riverside is an intown neighborhood situated along the Chattahoochee River. The community has seen a renaissance in the last several years with the addition of new neighborhoods, and a variety places to shop and dine. But it is the abundance of trees in the area that helps Atlanta keep its nickname of “city in a…

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Celebrate the Fourth of July in Intown Atlanta

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Independence Day is a time to celebrate the wonderful nation we live in with family and friends. From live music and entertainment to incredible firework shows, there is a lot happening around the city this Fourth of July. To help you plan where to spend your holiday, here are four events where you can celebrate…

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Fun Intown Atlanta Halloween Events for All

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Halloween is a time for spooky fun, sweet treats, and most importantly quality time with your family. There are a variety of fun intown Atlanta Halloween events for you to enjoy ranging from haunted house attractions to a monster-themed dance party. To help you make those plans, we’ve put together a list of family-friendly events…

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Arts Festival at Piedmont Park and Craftsman Style Homes

Enjoy the arts and the outdoors? We do too. This weekend we hope you have time to head over to Midtown Atlanta for the 8th annual Summer Arts Festival at Piedmont Park. This is one of late summer’s best festivals located in Atlanta’s largest park and it always offers a good time for folks that…

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Happy Easter Wishes Filled with Love, Life, and Joy


Happy Easter wishes and also Happy Spring! The grass is greening and the flowers are blooming. Easter is observed by many as a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus, many also recognize this early holiday more symbolically as the start of spring. Shared Easter Memories Many of us have fond memories of heading to church on Easter morning with…

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March Weekend Events and New Homes Nearby


Do something different this March weekend and while you’re in the neighborhood why not stop by and see our new homes nearby or close to all of these upcoming Atlanta events. Since the local weather has been all over the place in the past few weeks, we’re confident you’re ready to get out, but maybe…

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Happy New Year! The Secret to Keeping Your Resolution

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Happy New Year! We know like most folks you plan to choose an annual resolution to work on, something to do different or better in the coming year, but will you see it through? A recent article about a study from the Journal of Consumer Psychology shows that if you really want to stick to…

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The History of Veterans Day

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Today as we honor all of our living military veterans and those in active service, we wanted to share the history of how Veterans Day came to pass and why we think it is very important to give thanks. The US Department of Veterans Affairs tells us, World War I – known at the time…

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Walk to Chalktoberfest from New Homes near Marietta Square

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Columbus Day weekend is almost here. If you’re looking for something unique and fun to do after shopping for a new home near Marietta Square, then you should walk on over to Chalktoberfest on Marietta Square. The Chalkfest has become a well-known, popular family fun event and annual fundraiser for the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art.…

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