The Eastside Trail project, now under construction, spans more than two miles from the tip of Piedmont Park to Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward neighborhoods. It is the … Continue Reading →
News & Blog
Walking the Atlanta BeltLine with an international conference of teen students
Last week, we had the pleasure of participating in BBYO’s International Convention by leading a group of almost 90 teens in a walk along the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. The mission of … Continue Reading →
First Tree Delivery for the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail!
Just a quick update on Eastside Trail progress – we received our first tree delivery yesterday! We are working with Trees Atlanta, our amazing partner, who is contributing towards the … Continue Reading →
The call for artists is here for 2012 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine!
The Atlanta BeltLine’s temporary public art initiative is back and looking for artists for our Fall of 2012 exhibition! Following two successful years, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine has issued … Continue Reading →
New Addition to the Team: Jenny Pittam
Some news from the “homefront” – we have a new member of the team! As of this past Monday, Jenny Pittam is the new communications coordinator for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.! Jenny … Continue Reading →
Have You Seen These?! New Collaboration with Georgia Tech School of Architecture!
For the past two years, we’ve brought you Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and residents have enthusiastically embraced the temporary public art exhibit. Even though we’re currently in between exhibitions, … Continue Reading →
New Developments in Atlanta Transportation
Hey folks- sorry it’s been a little while. It’s been an eventful couple of weeks with some exciting new developments. First off, construction began for the new Atlanta Streetcar! U.S. … Continue Reading →
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine 2011 Retrospective
All ye art lovers, 2011 was another amazing year for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine. Last year’s exhibit was even more bountiful that 2010’s already largest-ever temporary public art exhibit … Continue Reading →
Even More of Historic Fourth Ward Park to Enjoy
You are probably familiar with one of the City’s newest parks, Historic Fourth Ward Park, the bulk of which opened in the spring of 2011. You may have noticed a … Continue Reading →
Some Good Sites to Read about Cities (and the Atlanta BeltLine)
A couple months back, Salon.com‘s William Doig interviewed Ryan Gravel, the visionary behind the Atlanta BeltLine, for a new series about cities called “Dream City.” The purpose of the series … Continue Reading →
New(ish) Eastside Trail Photos for the New Year!
Happy New Year, folks. In mid-December, Chris Martin went out and shot some great photos of the Eastside Trail construction progress. Though they were taken at roughly the same time, … Continue Reading →
A View from Madrid
Nice story in today’s New York Times about a project in Madrid, Spain with some similarities to the Atlanta BeltLine. Madrid Rio park is a massive highway burial project is … Continue Reading →
Eastside Trail Construction Close Up
This past Friday, several of us ventured out of the office and onto the Eastside Trail construction site to get a look at how it’s coming along. The PATH Foundation, … Continue Reading →
A very interesting 93 minutes…
Back in late October, Ryan Gravel and I did a webinar with PBA’s Public Square Atlanta. Ryan gave a great presentation about the history of the Atlanta BeltLine and the … Continue Reading →
Final Quarterly Briefing of the Year is Thursday Night!
Come on out Thursday night, December 15 to our final Quarterly Briefing of the year. It will be held at AGL Resources, 10 Peachtree Place Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30309 from 6 to … Continue Reading →
A Great Day for the Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing
This past Saturday, we had another first for the Atlanta BeltLine. Prospective buyers who were part of the drawing for the 28 homes at the Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing showed … Continue Reading →
More Atlanta BeltLine – NYC High Line Love
This will probably be the first of many articles highlighted on this blog comparing the Atlanta BeltLine to NYC’s High Line. The two projects are really close relatives with deep … Continue Reading →
Last Day to Register for Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing
Today’s the day. Those who register and pre-qualify for the 28 homes at the Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing by today will have a shot at being selected in the December 10 … Continue Reading →
Speaking of Urban Oases…
Atlanta Magazine picked our very own Historic Fourth Ward Park as “Best New Urban Oasis” in its annual “Best of Atlanta” issue. Thank you Atlanta Magazine!
NY Times looks at “Treasuring Urban Oases”
In a recent article, the New York Times spends takes a walk in Manhattan with renowned Urban Designer Alex Garvin, whose “Emerald Necklace” study was critical to the early success of turning … Continue Reading →
Eastside Trail Construction Update
The Eastside Trail has been the subject of intense interest, especially among those who live nearby. Here is an update on the construction progress. More photos of construction available here. … Continue Reading →
History of Atlanta BeltLine Project in Public Roads Magazine
Here is a recent article published in the Federal Highway Administration’s Public Roads Magazine. WARNING: it’s a bit on the long side (3,600 words) so you may want to print … Continue Reading →