Lantern Parade

More than 10,000 people lit the Eastside Trail with lanterns at the 2013 Lantern Parade.
Photo Credit: Sinan Sinharoy

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Just a reminder- starting today, Ralph McGill is closed for the next month between Freedom Parkway and Ashley Avenue (near Copenhill Lofts, Freedom Heights Lofts and Block Lofts). Here’s the detour route map: And here’s the last time you’ll see the old Ralph McGill Bridge… without its new neighbor! The steel beams get installed for the […] Read more
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s Running Series kicked off the first Atlanta BeltLine Run Club on February 22, 2012!  Over 70 runners laced up their shoes for a fun run/walk through the Virginia Highland neighborhood and stretches of the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail along Piedmont Park. The group set out at 6:30 p.m. from the parking lot of Loca Luna where […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Press Releases, Trails // 02/27/12
Bridge Work and Road Closures to Take Place in March 2012: Part of Ponce de Leon Ave to be Closed for Two Weekends & Part of Ralph McGill to be Closed for One Month Atlanta, February 27, 2012 – The Eastside Trail project, now under construction, spans more than two miles from the tip of Piedmont Park to Inman Park […] Read more
The Eastside Trail project, now under construction, spans more than two miles from the tip of Piedmont Park to Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward neighborhoods. It is the next major component of the Atlanta BeltLine slated to open to the public. This project includes a 14-foot wide multi-use concrete trail for walking, running, […] Read more
posted in Trails // 02/24/12
Last week, we had the pleasure of participating in BBYO’s International Convention by leading a group of almost 90 teens in a walk along the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. The mission of BBYO is to connect Jewish teens of all backgrounds to inspire them to live Jewish lives while making a difference in the world. In that spirit, the recurring theme of the […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Progress, Trails // 02/23/12
Just a quick update on Eastside Trail progress – we received our first tree delivery yesterday! We are working with Trees Atlanta, our amazing partner, who is contributing towards the funding and planting of trees. This is another step in the creation of our Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum…   Read more
posted in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Programs // 02/22/12
The Atlanta BeltLine’s temporary public art initiative is back and looking for artists for our Fall of 2012 exhibition! Following two successful years, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for artists to solicit outdoor, temporary works of art for presentation on the Atlanta BeltLine in the fall of 2012. […] Read more
Atlanta BeltLine’s Successful Temporary Public Art Initiative Returns Seeking Artists for 2012’s Fall Exhibition Atlanta, February 17, 2012 – Following two successful years as Atlanta’s largest temporary art exhibition, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for artists to solicit outdoor, temporary works of art for presentation on the Atlanta […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News // 02/16/12
Some news from the “homefront” – we have a new member of the team! As of this past Monday, Jenny Pittam is the new communications coordinator for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.! Jenny hit the ground running working with me in this new role in the communications department. Jenny is an Atlanta native who brings extensive communications and […] Read more
posted in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Programs // 02/15/12
For the past two years, we’ve brought you Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and residents have enthusiastically embraced the temporary public art exhibit. Even though we’re currently in between exhibitions, the art continues on the open walking trails of the Atlanta BeltLine. In 2011, Professor Tristan Al-Haddad of the Georgia Tech School of Architecture approached […] Read more
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