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Connect with the Atlanta BeltLine

There are two primary entities working together to make the vision of the Atlanta BeltLine a reality. When contacting officials with the Atlanta BeltLine, it is important to understand the differences in the two entities so that you are able to reach out to the staff that can best serve your needs.

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Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) was formed in 2006 for the purpose of managing the implementation of the Atlanta BeltLine program. Tasked with overseeing the planning and execution of the project, ABI works closely with City of Atlanta departments to define details of the plan, secure public funding, inform and engage members of the community, and serve as the overall project management office for construction of the trails, transit, parks, and other key components. Learn more about Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.


Contact ABI for questions regarding:

Contact ABI

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Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) is a non-profit organization funded entirely through private endeavors. ABP staff members work with neighborhoods, businesses, community and faith organizations, and other groups to raise general awareness, and broad-based support for the Atlanta BeltLine. ABP raises funds through private and philanthropic sources, and serves as a catalyst to mobilize resources to achieve the positive social impacts of the Atlanta BeltLine vision. Learn more about Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.


Contact ABP for questions regarding:

Contact ABP

Bringing the Atlanta BeltLine Vision into Focus

Each day, the team at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) works to advance this project, which will have an enduring and positive impact on Atlanta and the surrounding region.

Working with partners – including City of Atlanta departments – ABI’s responsibilities include specifically defining the Atlanta BeltLine plan; leading efforts to secure federal, state and local funding; spearheading all design and engineering; constructing trails, parks, transit, streetscapes, affordable housing, and art; continuing the community engagement process; managing all vendors and suppliers; and serving as the overall project management office to execute the Atlanta BeltLine program.

DepartmentNamePhone
Community Planning and EngagementBeth McMillan
Director of Community Engagement and Planning, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
bmcmillan@atlbeltline.org

Lynnette Reid
Senior Community Planner, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
lreid@atlbeltline.org

Nathan Soldat
Community Engagement Advocate, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
nsoldat@atlbeltline.org
(404) 477-3003




(404) 477-3003



(404) 477-3552
Event Reservations Please note: the outdoor theater in Historic Fourth Ward Park requires a reservation for any event.Adrienne Wright
City of Atlanta's Office of Parks
awright@AtlantaGA.gov

Monica Collins
Real Estate Coordinator
mcollins@atlbeltline.org
(404) 546-7655



(404) 477-3664
FundraisingThe Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
info@atlbeltlinepartnership.org
(404) 446-4404
Housing &
Policy Development
James Alexander
Housing Policy & Development Manager, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
jalexander@atlbeltline.org
(404) 477-3003
Maintenance IssuesFix It Line
Report maintenance issues on trails and in parks.
fixit@atlbeltline.org
(404) 477-3687
Media ContactsEricka Brown Davis
Communications and Media Relations Director, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
edavis@atlbeltline.org
(404) 477-3660
Membership InfoThe Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
info@atlbeltlinepartnership.org
(404) 446-4404
Tourstours@atlbeltlinepartnership.org(404) 446-4400
Volunteer InformationAlice Weston
Program Manager, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
alice@atlblp.org
(404) 446-4410

Directions to Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. using MARTA Rail


From the Airport (MARTA Train Station)


  • Go to the North Terminal (West Parking)
  • Follow the MARTA signs
  • Take MARTA north bound to Peachtree Center station, exit the train
  • Take the stairs marked Ellis Street/Peachtree Street East
  • Use the Peachtree Street East exit
  • Cross Peachtree Street and continue south toward the Equitable building
  • Visitors much check in at the front desk of the Equitable building

From the Green or Blue lines


  • Take MARTA to the Five Points station, exit the train
  • Exit the station on the Peachtree Street side
  • Follow Peachtree Street north, passing Woodruff Park
  • Enter the Equitable building from the Peachtree Street entrance
  • Visitors much check in at the front desk of the Equitable building

From the Red or Gold Lines


  • Take MARTA to Peachtree Center station, exit the train
  • Take the stairs marked Ellis Street/Peachtree Street East
  • Use the Peachtree Street East exit
  • Cross Peachtree Street and continue south toward the Equitable building
  • Visitors much check in at the front desk of the Equitable building


Driving Directions to Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.


Southbound on I-85 or I-75 [Coming from north of Downtown Atlanta]


  • Exit onto 249C toward Williams Street/World Congress Center/Georgia Dome/Aquarium
  • Continue on Williams Street NW
  • Turn right on Cone Street NW
  • Turn left on Luckie Street NW and left again on Fairlie Street NW
  • Parking is available in the decks to your left and right between Luckie Street and Williams Street
  • After parking, walk toward Peachtree Street, crossing Forsyth Street, entering the Equitable building from the Peachtree Street entrance
  • Visitors must check in at the front desk of the Equitable building

Northbound on I-85 or I-75[Coming from south of Downtown Atlanta]


  • Exit onto 248B for Edgewood Avenue toward Auburn Avenue
  • Continue onto Fort Street, making a left at Auburn Avenue
  • Continue on Auburn Avenue, crossing Peachtree Street
  • Make a right on Fairlie Street NW
  • Parking is available in the decks to your left and right between Luckie Street and Williams Street
  • After parking, walk toward Peachtree Street, crossing Forsyth Street, entering the Equitable building from the Peachtree Street entrance
  • Visitors must check in at the front desk of the Equitable building

From East of Atlanta [Traveling westbound on I-20]


  • Take exit 57 for I-75/I-85, following signs for I-75/I-85 north
  • Continue on I-75/I-85 N, exiting onto 248B for Edgewood Avenue toward Auburn Avenue
  • Continue onto Fort Street, making a left at Auburn Avenue
  • Continue on Auburn Avenue, crossing Peachtree Street
  • Make a right on Fairlie Street NW
  • Parking is available in the decks to your left and right between Luckie Street and Williams Street
  • After parking, walk toward Peachtree Street, crossing Forsyth Street, entering the Equitable building from the Peachtree Street entrance
  • Visitors must check in at the front desk of the Equitable building

From West of Atlanta[Traveling eastbound on I-20]


  • Take exit 56B for Windsor Street toward Spring Street/Turner Field
  • Turn left onto Windsor Street, continuing onto Spring Street
  • Make a right at Mitchell Street
  • Make a left onto Forsyth Street
  • Turn left onto Luckie Street
  • Make a right on Fairlie Street NW
  • Parking is available in the decks to your left and right between Luckie Street and Williams Street
  • After parking, walk toward Peachtree Street, crossing Forsyth Street, entering the Equitable building from the Peachtree Street entrance
  • Visitors must check in at the front desk of the Equitable building

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Office & Mailing Address
100 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 2300
Atlanta, GA 30303
[View driving and transit directions]

Tel: (404) 477-3003
Fax: (404) 477-3606

Email: info@atlbeltline.org


APD Path Force

404-546-PATH (7284)


Parking at ABI

The two parking lots nearest Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s offices are located on Luckie Street and Forsyth Street. Both parking decks are accessible from Fairlie Street, between Williams Street and Luckie Street. In your GPS, use 124 Fairlie Street NW, Atlanta, 30303 for directions to the entrance area of both parking decks. View an interactive parking map of Downtown Atlanta for more information.

Partnering in Atlanta's Bold Steps Forward

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) has successfully supported progress in implementing the Atlanta BeltLine, serving as the link to the private sector for this unprecedented urban redevelopment project.

ABP is responsible for raising general awareness and funding to support the Atlanta BeltLine project. In addition to various funding initiatives, ABP programs include guided tours; Adopt the BeltLine; special events such as races, festivals, trail openings, and fitness programs; monthly information sessions; and initiatives to develop affordable housing and job opportunities in the Atlanta BeltLine corridor.

DepartmentNamePhone
Sponsorship & Membership InquiriesSalisha Evans
Director of Partnerships, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
salisha
@atlblp.org
Tel: (404) 446-4408
Fax: (404) 446-4403
Press InquiriesJohn Becker
Communications Coordinator, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
John@atlblp.org.
(404) 477-3660
Tourstours@atlbeltlinepartnership.org(404) 446-4400
Event ProgrammingAlice Weston
Program Manager, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
alice@atlblp.org
(404) 446-4410
Volunteer InformationAlice Weston
Program Manager, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
alice@atlblp.org
(404) 446-4410
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership

Office Address
250 Williams Street NW
Suite 2115
Atlanta, GA 30303

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 93351
Atlanta, GA 30377

Tel: (404) 446-4404
Fax: (404) 446-4403

Email: info@
atlbeltlinepartnership.org

General Office Information

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Office & Mailing Address
100 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 2300
Atlanta, GA 30303

Tel: (404) 477-3003
Fax: (404) 477-3606

Email: info@atlbeltline.org


Atlanta BeltLine Partnership

Office Address
250 Williams Street NW
Suite 2115
Atlanta, GA 30303

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 93351
Atlanta, GA 30377

Tel: (404) 446-4404
Fax: (404) 446-4403

Email: info@atlbeltlinepartnership.org


APD Path Force
404-546-PATH (7284)

You've Got Questions? We've Got Answers!

There are many components to the Atlanta BeltLine, and as such, there are many questions. We answer some of the most common questions in our FAQ section.