[Photo] Aerial shot of SkyHouse Luxury Apartment’s future Midtown site

Caleb J. SpivakMiscellaneous, real estate7 Comments

Aerial Photography Inc. captures the location for Novare Group’s planned 23-story apartment high-rise. For more of  Eaton’s aerial photography, click here. Related articles: Shocker: Novare Group to spend $34 million building 325,600-square-foot Midtown apartment highrise Architectural feud: Designer challenges Novare to a duel over its proposed Midtown apartment highrise 23-story ‘SkyHouse Luxury Apartments’ planned for Midtown

Caleb J. Spivak[Photo] Aerial shot of SkyHouse Luxury Apartment’s future Midtown site

Cavalia to take 210,000 pound dump on Midtown

Caleb J. SpivakMiscellaneous12 Comments

The thrills, chills and spills of a 70-horse show forces company to adopt ‘horse manure management.’ After watching Cavalia-Odysseo’s show-stopping sequences that blend six foot two African acrobats, eye popping visuals and a magnificent equestrian ballet, a thought occurred to us: where does Cavalia put all the horse crap? Cavalia’s 100,000-square-foot big top tent soaring 125 feet above a midtown … Read More

Caleb J. SpivakCavalia to take 210,000 pound dump on Midtown

Lenox Square Mall spending $633K to demolish its main entrance

Caleb J. SpivakMiscellaneous, real estate21 Comments

Buckhead shopping center plans redesign to create ‘more street level retail exposure.’ Lenox Square Mall is demoing its “porte cochere,” according to a permit filed with City of Atlanta Friday. The porte cochere being demoed at Lenox is the “drive-under canopy at the main entrance of the property (shown right), a company spokesperson told What Now Atlanta in an email … Read More

Caleb J. SpivakLenox Square Mall spending $633K to demolish its main entrance

Creative Loafing names What Now Atlanta favorite blog to follow on Twitter

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Other Twitter favorites include ‘Mayor of Ponce,’ Big Boi and Lance Gummere. Creative Loafing (CL) released its Twitter issue yesterday. The newspaper questions whether or not “Twitter-friendly Atlanta” is actually one of America’s most wired cities, it its cover story. In other related Twitter headlines from Thursday’s issue, CL staffers picked What Now Atlanta as a Twitter favorite and included … Read More

Caleb J. SpivakCreative Loafing names What Now Atlanta favorite blog to follow on Twitter

Suburbs are getting a giant indoor trampoline park, too!

Caleb J. SpivakMiscellaneous, real estate2 Comments

Sky Zone coming to Suwanee this December, just months before Buckhead gets Hang Time. Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, an all-trampoline walled playing court, is opening an Atlanta area location. The indoor trampoline arena will open in Suwanee, at 560 Old Peachtree Road, Dec. 3, according to a press release. “We are very excited to open the doors of the … Read More

Caleb J. SpivakSuburbs are getting a giant indoor trampoline park, too!

Did Murphy’s Restaurant in Virginia-Highland force Midtown’s piano bar into last minute name change?

Caleb J. SpivakMiscellaneous, restaurants15 Comments

Why else would ‘Mirffee’s Den’ pick random letters to try and re-spell its name in the ugliest way possible? Just days before its opening Wednesday, Mirffee’s Den (originally spelled “Murphy’s”), has been busy switching signs, menus, receipt letterhead, etc., to reflect its recently changed name. The soon-to-open “sixties-style piano” bar, at 794 Juniper Street (formerly Avra Greek Tavern), still has … Read More

Caleb J. SpivakDid Murphy’s Restaurant in Virginia-Highland force Midtown’s piano bar into last minute name change?