Housing

The reporting of Grady journalism students in Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects focusing on the issue of housing in Athens-Clarke County and the surrounding areas.

Student Housing Affects Revitalization of Hancock Neighborhood

Fourteen years ago when residents Miki Lu and Nathan Peters moved into the Hancock ...

Bucking the Trend: Life Away from Downtown and Campus

Athens has seen many large, luxury student housing complexes built downtown and around campus ...

Abrams Weighs In On Housing Concerns, Kemp Remains Quiet

Housing policy affects the places people live, the schools they attend, the jobs they ...

Discrimination in Athens: Big Problem, Little Evidence

According to residents, Athens, Georgia has been home to discriminatory practices, a broad issue ...

Athens Housing Market Struggles to Accomodate Growing Demand

The median selling price for houses in Athens, Georgia, has increased almost $40,000 in ...

Sororities Invest Big Money in Housing

While driving down South Milledge Avenue in Athens, Georgia, it is impossible not to ...

Affordable Housing Event Explores Stigmas, Complexity of Issue

For Robert Hughes, founding partner and principal of the Atlanta-based design company HGOR, the ...

Athens-Based Food Rescue Program Enters New County, Breaking Records

The Full Plate program delivered approximately 161,562 pounds of food to agencies in need ...

A Changing Town: What Revitalization Looks Like in Athens

As the smallest county in Georgia with the oldest public university, Athens-Clarke County utilizes ...

Food Insecurity in Athens Is A Bigger Issue Than Many Realize

The food insecurity rate in Athens-Clarke County was 22 percent in 2016, according to ...

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