Edgewood Avenue Bridge

The Edgewood Avenue Bridge has been demolished and is being rebuilt over the Eastside Trail extension.
Photo Credit: Christopher Martin

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The  plaza will be accessible from the bridge over North Avenue and from the existing access path to Ponce City Market’s rail shed deck. Ponce City Market will also construct stairs and an elevator from North Avenue that they will make accessible to the public. A heavily planted bio-retention area and native grass meadow will […] Learn more
Arthur Langford, Jr. Park ("Langford Park"), located just a few blocks from the future Atlanta BeltLine Southside Trail, is getting a face-lift. The park, which is situated in the Joyland neighborhood, will be the site of the second skatepark located on the Atlanta BeltLine thanks to a grant from Coca-Cola, will receive upgrades to the playground, and eventually a renovation of the community center when all work is completed. Learn more
In April 2013, the Atlanta BeltLine began work in conjunction with the City of Atlanta to replace the Edgewood Avenue bridge where it crosses over the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. With the bridge complete, construction will proceed on the Eastside Trail from its current terminus at Lake Avenue / Irwin Street south to DeKalb Avenue in 2015. Learn more
The connection between the Eastside Trail and Historic Fourth Ward Park, known as the Eastside Trail Gateway, is now complete! Visitors to the Eastside Trail can easily access the 12 acres of greenspace, scenic 2 acre lake, and the modern playground and splash pad at Historic Fourth Ward Park. Design and construction of this project was funded by Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Capital Campaign donations. Learn more
The Eastside Trail is growing! Construction will soon begin on the Eastside Trail extension, which starts at Irwin Street and ends at Memorial Drive. The extension will add about 1.25 miles to the popular multi-use trail. Learn more
In September 2013, the City of Atlanta was awarded an $18 million TIGER V grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to develop the southwest corridor of the Atlanta BeltLine. This grant will cover about 40% of the project cost, expediting the trail's construction by 2-3 years. Ground was broken on November 12, 2014. Learn more
Two farmers were hired in 2015 to manage this first urban agriculture site on the Atlanta BeltLine. Together, they will focus on the site’s potential as a resource for the community and for users of the Atlanta BeltLine. With the ultimate goal of building a market garden, the farmers intend to use sustainable methods to grow the most healthiest, nutrient-rich […] Learn more