Dorsey Alston, Realtors held its Great Pumpkin Giveaway at its Buckhead office on West Paces Ferry Road. The more than 700 pumpkins, some weighing hundreds of pounds, were from Hammonds Produce in Forest Park.
Atlanta’s best places to work operate with solid values to ensure employees are appreciated and contribute fully to their successes. Employees at these top workplaces say they have a meaningful job at a company headed in the right direction. Atlanta’s oldest privately owned residential real estate company lives by the motto that reads in part: “We will not sacrifice reputation for growth. We will not sacrifice quality for quantity. We do the right thing.”
Dorsey Alston, Realtors is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year by giving back to the community. In honor of its diamond anniversary, Dorsey Alston is making charitable gifts to organizations chosen by agents and employees in increments of $7,500. The company will announce the recipients at an anniversary gala this September.
Located on a large corner lot in the Tributary community, this Douglasville craftsman home offers a wraparound front porch, a large loft area upstairs, a master suite on the main level with direct access to the back patio and more.
Morgan Rogers listed this Joseph Amisano-designed home tucked away on a hill, just east of Interstate 75 in the tony Brandon neighborhood. Although it’s stood in a forested section of Buckhead for more than 60 years, the eccentric modern property that is 997 Nawench Drive has never hit the open market—until now.