Atlanta needs a design director 

Save the city from unsightly skyscrapers and boring buildings

TRY AGAIN: City could use an advocate to champion good design — and improve bad ideas.

Joeff Davis

TRY AGAIN: City could use an advocate to champion good design — and improve bad ideas.

People are flocking back to Atlanta and construction cranes are returning. Developers are scrambling to break ground on various parking lots and vacant land in Midtown. Along the Atlanta Beltline, developers are eager to build next to the Eastside Trail and the…

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