2016 Lantern Parade

The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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posted in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // 08/22/17
We in Atlanta were lucky to be able to witness a partial solar eclipse on August 21, and in north Georgia, some folks even witnessed the event in totality. Whether you saw the eclipse or missed it, you can see our own homage to the sun right on the Atlanta BeltLine. Phil Proctor’s “Solar Wind” […] Read more
posted in affordable housing, Press Releases // 08/16/17
Development is expected to create up to 118 affordable housing rental apartments providing up to 3 bedroom living options for families ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has selected Rea Ventures Group, LLC as the developer for second phase of lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing. The decision was announced after a special call meeting of the […] Read more
The South’s largest temporary public art exhibition runs September through November ATLANTA (August 11, 2017) — The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) is pleased to announce that Ponce City Market and 10th & Monroe will serve as Co-Presenting Sponsors for this year’s Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.   Presented by Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. since 2010, Art […] Read more
posted in Press Releases // 08/03/17
ATLANTA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michelle E. Nelson to its Board of Directors. Ms. Nelson was appointed by Invest Atlanta to serve as the Board Member representing general business experience. The position was previously held by Elizabeth Chandler, whose term expired in May 2016. Invest Atlanta has […] Read more
posted in Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // 08/01/17
Announcing artists for the exhibition’s eighth year beginning September 9 Atlanta – Now in its eighth year, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine returns to bring a new art and cultural experience to miles of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. The largest outdoor temporary public art project in the south, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine seeks to […] Read more
posted in affordable housing, Press Releases // 07/28/17
Agencies establish an agreement to advance common housing goals Updated July 28, 2017 ATLANTA – The Atlanta Housing Authority (AHA) and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to advance common affordable housing goals. Through this partnership, AHA is stepping in as development partner for ABI-controlled land that may be […] Read more
Parade serves as kick-off event for the South’s largest temporary public art exhibition ATLANTA (July 27, 2017) — The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) is pleased to announce that Cox Enterprises and WellStar Atlanta Medical Center will serve as Presenting Sponsors for the 2017 Lantern Parade on September 9.  Ponce City Market will also support the […] Read more
A record number of participants turned out to historic West End Park on Saturday, July 15 for the seventh annual Atlanta BeltLine Westside 5K, presented by Delta Air Lines. More than 900 registered to run/walk their way through the streets of two of Atlanta’s most historic communities: West End and Westview. Part of the course ran […] Read more
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is elevating solutions to Atlanta’s affordable housing needs via a series of articles from our public, private, philanthropic, nonprofit, and community partners who – through “The Power of We” – can help define a coordinated set of policies, programs and resources that build and preserve affordable living opportunities for all.  Last month, Georgia ACT […] Read more
Part of the beauty of building the Atlanta BeltLine is exploring the history of the city’s bypass of old railroad corridors that make up the 22-mile loop. Along with the development of transit, trail, and park infrastructure, historic preservation is one of the main components of building the Atlanta BeltLine. Artifacts, old rails, and even […] Read more
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