Mr. and Mrs. Allen's home in Stanton Oaks Apartments were completely renovated. They moved back into a corner home which they had wanted for a long time.

Life on the Atlanta BeltLine: the Allens

Henry and Sarah Allen moved intown nearly 20 years ago to what is now Stanton Oaks Apartments across from D. H. Stanton Park. They wanted to be closer to their daughter, so moved in from the west side of town. Over the years, the Allens heard about the Atlanta BeltLine and discovered how close they … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine Parks Are Making a Splash!

Nothing signals that summer is coming like a splashpad opening! The weather is warming up, and all splashpads in Atlanta BeltLine parks are officially open 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. You can check them out in the following parks: D. H. Stanton, Historic Fourth Ward Park, and Perkerson Park. Be on the lookout for other … Continue Reading →

City of Atlanta to Re-Open D.H. Stanton Park as Part of the Atlanta BeltLine – City’s First Energy Cost-Neutral Park

Community Celebration with Food, Music and Fun on Saturday, May 14 Atlanta (May 6, 2011) – The City of Atlanta will re-open the newly renovated D.H. Stanton Park in the Peoplestown neighborhood as part of the Atlanta BeltLine with a community celebration on Saturday, May 14 at 10:30 a.m. Members of the community are invited … Continue Reading →