Once called "one of the grandest properties in the South," Atlanta's Calhoun Estate, nicknamed the Pink Castle, has been relisted for $2.5 million. Designed in 1923 by local favorite Philip Schutze, the 10,905 square-foot property has seven bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms.
In other news, LinkedIn turns 10 today, and the White House puts $200 million on 3-D printing. See the headlines after the jump.
• Beautiful Atlanta Pile, Dubbed 'Pink Castle,' Asks $2.5M | Curbed
• On Its 10th Birthday, What Is LinkedIn? | Fast Company
• White House Launching $200 Million 3-D-Printer Initiative | Fast Company
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