Atlanta has all the tools it needs to be a dense, world-class metropolis, but the city’s leaders aren’t properly utilizing them in a way that could one day accommodate the ongoing population boom and boost ...
“There’s no question that the demand for affordable housing has increased over these past few weeks.”
As Atlanta-based start-up PadSplit grows, its founder and CEO Atticus LeBlanc has been hoping government regulations could be enacted that would help add an extra element of legitimacy to the fledgling operation.
Unencumbered by government regulations, Atlanta-based start-up PadSplit appears to be thriving. Still, company leaders believe some oversight could help their unique model grow.
Many housing experts have said one of the best ways to wrangle Atlanta's affordability crisis is to diversify the housing stock, and one local start-up is on a mission to corner some of that untapped market.