February 04, 2020 News & Features » Cover Story


The Home Issue 

Read about a current Ginter Park house for sale with a famous history, a new home furnishing shop with an eco-friendly approach, the trend of hot properties popping up on leftover lots and a first-person account of moving to Richmond.

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Apartment Hunting
A journalist transplant finds the process of looking for housing akin to an anthropological survey.

Someday Someway
A home decor shop in the arts district carries useful, eco-friendly items.

Hot and Boxy Properties
Houses on “leftover” lots inject contemporary flair.

If the Floors Could Talk
A Ginter Park house, where Oscar winners learned their steps, is on the market.



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