Lantern Parade

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

Get Atlanta BeltLine updates right in your inbox!
Get Atlanta BeltLine updates right in your inbox!
 

MAP

Click to Expand
Interactive Map
Events  //   Blog  //   News  //   FAQs  //   Contact

Download the App: Google PlayiTunes

Run.Walk.Go! Shirt Design Contest
 
 
Blog

Get the Latest and Greatest about the Atlanta BeltLine

This blog covers everything from public policy issues, project updates, personal experiences along the Corridor, guest blog posts, event coverage, press releases and more. We hope you will join us on the journey along the Atlanta BeltLine as it continues to grow throughout the City. See you on the Atlanta BeltLine!

posted in Run.Walk.Go! Race Series // 04/27/15
Stormy skies couldn’t keep our die-hard runners and walkers away from the 5th annual Atlanta BeltLine Northside 5K on Saturday, April 25th. Congratulations to those who braved the rainy weather to participate in this first race of the 2015 Atlanta BeltLine Run.Walk.Go! Race Series! While it wasn’t designed as a “spash-and-dash” or a “mud run,” […] Read more
posted in Affordable Housing // 04/23/15
Ground has officially been broken on Reynoldstown Senior Housing, and those who joined us at the ceremony on April 14 were able to see that heavy construction is already in progress. The groundbreaking ceremony, hosted by Mercy Housing, marks the official beginning of building the affordable 70-unit property on Field Street in Reynoldstown. Reynoldstown Senior will be reserved […] Read more
posted in General // 04/23/15
Congratulations to Gary Bannister for submitting the winning design in our first-ever Atlanta BeltLine Run.Walk.Go! Race Series tshirt design contest. While numerous designs were submitted, the classic look and feel of Gary’s design, accompanied by the ability for each race to be uniquely featured in the design – by virtue of showcasing the unique foliage […] Read more
posted in Historic Preservation, Westside Trail // 04/16/15
Before southwest Atlanta developed into the neighborhoods that exist today, the area was once a rural outlier of a city in its infancy as a transportation hub. The history of West End, Westview, and Adair Park were very much shaped by the original lines of transportation around which they existed – stage coaches, the early […] Read more
posted in Learn, Progress // 04/15/15
This article was originally published in Atlanta VeloCity Magazine, Issue #9, April/May 2015. Most Atlanta residents are beginning to realize that the Atlanta BeltLine represents more than just a concrete trail. Its influence spreads beyond the 22-mile corridor and reaches the city core, as well as the larger metro region. Just as mobility and economic development are […] Read more
posted in Progress, Westside Trail // 04/14/15
The Urban Farm at the Westside Trail now officially  has two farmers: Andy Friedberg and Andrea Ness have partnered to run the Atlanta BeltLine’s first agriculture site, located near the border between the Oakland City and Adair Park neighborhoods. Plans for the farm include focusing on the site’s potential as a resource for the community […] Read more
Welcome to the first installment of the Business on the Atlanta BeltLine video series. This series visits some of the many businesses along the Atlanta BeltLine, and explores how the Atlanta BeltLine and its culture have impacted their business. As of the end of 2014, over $2.4 billion in private investment has taken place in […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Progress, Westside Trail // 04/09/15
It’s been 16 years since the Atlanta BeltLine was just a concept in a Master thesis, and nearly ten years since the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. formed to help make this concept a reality. Lots of progress has been made along the way. Check out these before and after images to see how […] Read more
Construction for the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail is making progress with the removal of a historic railroad bridge that once spanned over Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. In March of 2015, construction workers cut and removed large sections of the bridge piece-by-piece. The bridge was over 100 years old, and the new bridge will become […] Read more
posted in Affordable Housing, Press Releases // 04/07/15
ATLANTA, April 7, 2015 — Effective April 1, 2015, the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development increased the Area Median Income for the Atlanta area to $68,300. As a result, more homebuyers and homeowners may now qualify for assistance through the Atlanta BeltLine Housing Initiative Program (HIP). Applicants for the program must earn […] Read more
Page 1 of 4512345...102030...Last »
By Categories
By Month