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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Affordable Housing

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is promoting 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. Recently, Enterprise Community Partners discussed the […] 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
The following appeared originally as a Saporta Report Thought Leadership column on May 16, 2017. 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 […] Read more
posted in Affordable Housing, Press Releases // 05/08/17
New development consists of multifamily affordable housing, with 40 percent of units or more designated as affordable workforce homes WHO:   Atlanta BeltLine Inc. WHAT:   Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has issued a Request for Proposals to develop a second phase of the Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing located at 890 Memorial Drive, Atlanta, 30316. The […] 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, non-profit, 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.  This […] Read more
The following article first appeared as a Saporta Report Thought Leadership column on March 21, 2017. By Rob Brawner, Executive Director and David A. Jackson, Deputy Executive Director, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership We are grappling as a city with the issue of affordable housing. The most powerful word in that sentence is “we.” As Atlanta wrestles […] Read more
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., North American Properties, and The Conservation Fund Partner to Revitalize Historic Decatur Belt Railway Site with $80 Million in New Development that Includes Affordable Workforce Housing The walkable development calls for a mix of residential, loft office, restaurant, and retail plus affordable housing On March 7, 2017, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and […] Read more
Workshops are Designed to Help Residents in Atlanta BeltLine Neighborhoods Make Informed Home Ownership Choices The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP), Home Place Consulting and Citizens Trust Bank are partnering to provide a series of free homeowner empowerment workshops for residents in neighborhoods along the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail and other communities. The initial workshop is […] Read more
By David A. Jackson, Deputy Executive Director, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership This article appeared originally as a Thought Leadership column in the Saporta Report on December 20, 2016. As the new deputy executive director for the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, I am excited to join the team whose mission is to Enable the Atlanta BeltLine project and to […] Read more
Two Remaining Workshops Have Reached Capacity A group of close to 40 met at the Southwest Atlanta Community Empowerment Center in Capitol View on Monday, October 17 to attend the first of three free homeowner education workshops hosted by the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.  The workshops are designed to ensure that existing homeowners in Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods […] Read more
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