Fully Developed Corridor Rendering
A rendering of the fully developed Atlanta BeltLine corridor with transit service.
The 5th annual Atlanta BeltLine Southwest 5K kicked off at Gordon White Park on Saturday, July 11. Nearly 600 registered for the event, where runners and walkers got a sneak Read more
The City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) was awarded an Our Town grant by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support the Atlanta BeltLine Arts and Culture Master Plan. Read more
Mapping out the Atlanta BeltLine
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Be in the Know – Take a Tour!
The Atlanta BeltLine is already a living, breathing part of the fabric of Atlanta, and it is impossible to appreciate its importance to our community without experiencing it first-hand. Join us Friday and Saturday mornings for a bus tour of the full Atlanta BeltLine or a walking tour of the Eastside Trail.
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Visit Our Completed Parks and Trails
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is teaming up with local lenders through the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta to improve affordable homeownership opportunities in Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods. Find out if you qualify for assistance of up to $45,000 now!
Multiple public and private funding sources come together to make the Atlanta BeltLine possible.
Come run/walk along the Atlanta BeltLine Southeast Atlanta. Starting and ending in the Atlanta BeltLine’s Boulevard Crossing Park in Chosewood Park, this route takes runners and walkers through the beautiful new D.H. Stanton Park.