The Atlanta BeltLine has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This Brownfields Program grant will help with the remediation and cleanup of a segment … Continue Reading →
Thank You to Atlanta Magazine for Groundbreaker Award!
On September 18, the Atlanta BeltLine received one of the inaugural “Groundbreaker Awards” from Atlanta Magazine. We are extremely proud of this recognition. They write: “Six years into the twenty-five-year … Continue Reading →
Thanks to Creative Loafing for 2 Best of Atlanta Awards!
It is an honor to once again be recognized by the staff and readers of Creative Loafing, our indispensable intown alternative weekly paper. Since the inception of the Atlanta BeltLine, Creative … Continue Reading →
Ryan Gravel on CNN International!
CNN International paid a visit to Ryan Gravel, the visionary behind the Atlanta BeltLine concept. Narrated by Isha Sesay, the piece explores the origins of the Atlanta BeltLine as told by … 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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →