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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We are pleased to share the news that Historic Fourth Ward Park has received the 2014 Brownfield Renewal Award for Sustainability Impact! The park was honored by Brownfield Renewal, an industry publication dedicated to the remediation, redevelopment and reuse of brownfields. Historic Fourth Ward Park, opened in 2011, is the result of important partnerships between the Atlanta BeltLine, the […] Read more
posted in Boulevard Crossing Park // 09/30/14
Each year the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. teams up with Trees Atlanta to complete invasive plant removals around the Atlanta BeltLine Corridor and in future Atlanta BeltLine park land. Invasive plant removal is vital to creating and maintaining healthy urban forests in the City of Atlanta. This year, Trees Atlanta has hired a herd of sheep […] Read more
The Gateway Trail connecting the Eastside Trail and Historic Fourth Ward Park opens August 22 ATLANTA –The Eastside Trail Gateway, an ADA-accessible path connecting Historic Fourth Ward Park to the Eastside Trail, officially opens at 11 a.m. on August 22 in a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Mayor Kasim Reed. The Gateway begins across from the Angier […] Read more
People sometimes ask us what we’ve learned from the time we started building the Atlanta BeltLine, and often the answer is: “Expect the unexpected.” Because we are working with and remediating a 100+ year old railroad corridor, it isn’t uncommon that the documents and records have been lost over the years, leaving our team to […] Read more
Nothing signals that summer is coming like a splashpad opening! The weather is warming up, and all splashpads in Atlanta BeltLine parks are officially open 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. You can check them out in the following parks: D. H. Stanton, Historic Fourth Ward Park, and Perkerson Park. Be on the lookout for other […] Read more
posted in Historic Fourth Ward Park, Progress // 05/06/14
The Atlantic Cities published a thoughtful and nuanced look at the Atlanta BeltLine’s progress-to-date and potential for transformative impact on Atlanta’s in-town neighborhoods: “Can Atlanta Go All In on the BeltLine?” Local writer Rebecca Burns calls the transit-oriented development of the Atlanta BeltLine “magical” and notes that some of the excitement stems from the 22-mile loop’s […] Read more
posted in Events, Gordon White Park, West End Trail // 04/07/14
The streets of the West End are coming alive! Atlanta Streets Alive, organized by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, is introducing a new route. On April 20, from 2-6 p.m., a 2.7-mile loop in the West End will be closed to traffic and opened to pedestrians, bicyclists, and other non-vehicular activities. This event encourages people to […] Read more
posted in Better You, Boulevard Crossing Park // 04/07/14
Play Day on the Atlanta BeltLine with Atlanta ContactPoint was an amazing collection of dozens of sports and activities, with more than 600 folks from all around Atlanta coming to join in a day of play and recreation. Warm, sunny weather combined with Boulevard Crossing Park’s open and spacious fields made for the perfect setting […] Read more
posted in Better You, Boulevard Crossing Park, Events // 03/25/14
Grab your friends, bring out the family, head on over – just don’t miss Play Day on the Atlanta BeltLine. This free, fun-filled day of sports, fit­ness, nutri­tion, and edu­ca­tion offers separate fields for family activities and adult activities, ensuring a day of fun for everyone. The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Atlanta ContactPoint have partnered […] Read more
Have you seen the January 2014 issue of Planning Magazine? The new issue of the American Planning Association’s national publication is all about Atlanta, and the Atlanta BeltLine features prominently. An excerpt from Planning Atlanta, a book due out in April 2014, takes a look at the Atlanta BeltLine’s beginnings, its grassroots growth, and its progress with an essay […] Read more
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