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Atlanta’s ‘Upper Westside’ is finding success as development streams in

It’s been more than a year since a developer applied the usually Big Apple-describing term “Upper Westside” to the northwest section of Atlanta.

In that time, numerous new developments have been announced, representing more than $1 billion worth of investment in the neighborhoods west of Buckhead.

And all that investment is beginning to attract the attention of retailers and residents.

According to CBS46, housing prices are rising steeply, with new homes going for more than $500,000 a pop. Meanwhile, projects such as Eden Rock’s Westside Village at Moores Mill and Selig’s The Works are drawing in boutique shopping and restaurants.

Read Article at Atlanta.Curbed.com

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