I ran across a blog today, Chronic Tea, written by someone that obviously fancies the Wigwam Building. I am thinking that it may be one of the new owners of Unit D. I had to read many of her posts before finding that clue. And I think it is a her, but maybe not.
Well it sure feels like I am giving them away! Since the two Wigwam Annex units were completed in October, I have reduced them $50,000 each. That is $100,000 off my bottom line -which actually wasn’t much of a line anymore. I mean, this is a great deal and although people say they love them […]
I got a call yesterday from Lori Johnston of Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles who wanted to interview me about the changes in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood that I have seen over the past few years, for an article for their May issue. Talking to Lori reminded me what an interesting and long time relationship I have had with this Intown neighborhood. I actually live right across the Belt-line tracks in Inman Park, but for the last few years I have been working on a project restoring and building at the corner of Auburn Avenue and Randolph Street, in the heart of the Old Fourth Ward.