WHAT: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) will hold a Southeast Study Group public meeting to discuss the continuation of the Subarea 3 Master Plan update process, launch the design for Boulevard Crossing Park phase II, and update the public on the Southside Trail interim trail status.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This meeting is open to all of the public but is focused on the Southeast Study Group area. The Southeast Study Group includes parts of Grant Park, Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, Edgewood, Glenwood Park, Ormewood Park, Boulevard Heights, Chosewood Park, South Atlanta, and Peoplestown.
WHEN: The meeting will be held on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Atlanta Community ToolBank at 410 Englewood Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30315. This location is accessible via MARTA buses #9 and #49. See itsmarta.com for a complete bus map and schedule. Please consider walking or biking, if you are able.
ABOUT THE PROJECTS: In 2007, master planning began by looking at the ½ mile on either side of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor to create a framework to support future growth and transit in the corridor. There are 10 distinct subarea masterplans for the Atlanta BeltLine and they are subject to periodic review and adoption by City Council. Updates for Subarea 3 began in late 2017 and will continue in tandem with the design of Boulevard Crossing Park phase II and the Southside Trail.
The first phase of Boulevard Crossing Park opened in 2011 with two large, multiuse activity fields across five acres. Phase II will incorporate the initial five acres into the broader, 25-acre park design. It will also link the park directly to the Southside Trail. Agency Landscape + Planning and Perkins+Will will lead the design and planning process.
The Southside Trail connects the Westside and Eastside Trails at the southernmost part of the Atlanta BeltLine loop. In 2019, the trail will open in interim conditions for public use. Join us to learn about the status of the trail’s interim conditions.
COMMUNITY CONTACT: For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-477-3552.