More than two dozen city-funded condos at the Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing were supposed to remain affordable for 15 years, but a two bedroom apartment recently sold for $340,000 — even though the nearby stretch of the Beltline has yet to be built. This price is out of reach for three quarters of metro Atlanta residents, according to an analysis. CHAD RHYM/ CHAD.RHYM@AJC.COM
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How the Atlanta Beltline broke its promise on affordable housing