In a rare and enlightening interview with Buckhead dermatologist Dr. Harold Brody, we are thrilled to share the most effective anti-aging options of the 21st century. Patients now have the option to address their appearance in relatively quick and easy office visits, pursuing injectable solutions to resolve a wide range of “issues” before they consider the more dramatic alternatives of plastic surgery.
After we guide you through your personal beautification, let’s talk about options for a beautiful home!
Does living in the South mean you either live in a Buckhead mansion or a cookie-cutter subdivision? Not necessarily! For the well-heeled home buyers who want to explore their options, we present two dramatically contrasting residential offerings for your consideration.
Berkshire Hathaway has previewed its exciting new division called City Haus, representing the most stunning and incomparable high-rise development in Atlanta’s history! Opus Place and its 53-story residential tower called No2 Opus Place has redefined urban glamour once and for all! With breathtaking views from every floor-to-ceiling window and modern architecture perfectly appointed, these Midtown residences are certainly pricey and yet appear to be destined to sell out before the construction is even completed by the target date of 2020.
If the flip side of rural countryside living is more to your liking, just an hour from Atlanta is a rare and historic plantation built in 1785 by George Washington Adair. Nearly crumbling from age and neglect, the property was acquired by Kerry and Sue Hix, among our country’s leading experts in antique home restoration, who spent the past 22 years restoring it to its 19th century authentic grandeur. The crown jewel of the former Cherokee Nation, Rockdale Plantation is now offered for sale.
And what would Southern life be like without a dog? Yes, we Southerners and hopefully all of humanity treasure our pets – home just wouldn’t be home without Fido or Fluffy meeting us at the door every day! For the past several decades, Georgia has been in a crisis for its out-of-control overpopulation of dogs and cats. Today there are numerous organizations moving heaven and earth to solve this and other humane challenges – chief among them being the Atlanta Humane Society. At this year’s Bow Wow Brunch (which raised over $400,000), the AHS honored Cindy Voyles with its prestigious Anne Cox Chambers Humane Heroine award for her amazing generosity and commitment to finding every dog and cat a safe and loving home.
Our summer issue is resplendent with fascinating features from our amazing contributing editors, who enlighten our savvy readers with their expertise in everything from ecology and psychology to dining, style and travel – including my lifelong friend, mentor and the ultimate philosopher of beauty, Dr. Ronald Goldstein.