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Construction Updates

posted in Construction Updates, Eastside Trail // 05/15/12
Fresh from the Eastside Trail this morning – photos of our 14-foot-wide concrete path on the ground! Check out more photos of progress on our facebook page. Please keep in mind that this is still an active construction site and as such is currently CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC, but we hope this teaser will whet […] Read more
After a month-long road closure of Ralph McGill Boulevard, the road re-opened on the morning of Friday, March 30. In the past month, our contractors installed a brand-new bridge as part of the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. This bridge will be for pedestrian use and parallels the original, 100-year-old railroad bridge. The two murals from […] Read more
Reminder! Ponce de Leon Avenue will be closed this weekend and next weekend for Eastside Trail construction. Beginning the weekend of March 23, 2012, the bridge over Ponce de Leon Avenue will be raised off of its existing abutments to be remediated, retrofitted and repainted as part of construction. The stretch of road between Ponce de Leon […] Read more
Just a reminder- starting today, Ralph McGill is closed for the next month between Freedom Parkway and Ashley Avenue (near Copenhill Lofts, Freedom Heights Lofts and Block Lofts). Here’s the detour route map: And here’s the last time you’ll see the old Ralph McGill Bridge… without its new neighbor! The steel beams get installed for the […] Read more
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 next major component of the Atlanta BeltLine slated to open to the public. This project includes a 14-foot wide multi-use concrete trail for walking, running, […] Read more
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. Overview: The first phase of the Eastside Trail, a multiuse trail and linear greenspace running south more than two miles from 10th St. and Monroe Dr., has […] Read more
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