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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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posted in Parks, Progress // 10/16/18
Enota Park, currently a small play-lot adjacent to the Westside Trail, is getting an upgrade. In September of 2018, our team presented 50% design plan drafts for the park, which will be a full eight acres when complete. Design of the park will include a basketball court, an activity field, a splash pad (adding to […] Read more
posted in Press Releases, Progress // 08/06/18
$6.3 million acquisition represents final purchase of inactive rail corridor in the Atlanta BeltLine loop ATLANTA – The City of Atlanta and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) have closed on 1.8 miles of former railroad corridor on Atlanta’s resurgent Westside, a stretch of track informally known as “the Kudzu Line.” The purchase provides land for the […] 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
For 30 years, Mercy Housing has focused on impacting the lives of low income senior citizens and working families by building affordable housing across the country. Invest Atlanta and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. are proud to support Mercy Housing by contributing funding towards affordable housing for seniors at the Reynoldstown Senior Residences. In the video below, Tina […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Progress // 08/16/16
Many of you may know that the Atlanta BeltLine has been working on a comprehensive signage & wayfinding program. We are ready to roll out our prototypes! At the Eastside Trail near the Freedom Parkway and Elizabeth Street access points (see map below), prototype signage will be installed to test the material durability and visibility. […] Read more
By Rob Brawner, Executive Director, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership This article originally appeared in the Thought Leadership column of the Saporta Report on August 2, 2016. Rob Brawner was recently named Executive Director of the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, the nonprofit organization that was created in 2005 at the behest of then-Mayor Shirley Franklin to galvanize Atlanta’s […] Read more
The first phase of the Eastside Trail extension is underway! The phase currently under construction expands from Irwin Street to Kirkwood Avenue, and is expected to be completed in 12 months. Construction has started and the trail is now closed to the public. When funding is available, construction will begin on Phase II, which goes from […] Read more
On Saturday, June 11, 2016 three steel beams were placed for the new bridge over Martin Luther King Jr. Drive which is currently under construction. The crew installed safety netting in addition to the steel beams so that they could continue to work on the bridge without additional lane closures.  The hallmark of the Atlanta […] Read more
posted in Learn, Progress // 06/14/16
On June 7, 2016, the Atlanta BeltLine held its second Quarterly Briefing meeting of 2016. The public meeting, which took place at Maynard H. Jackson High School in southeast Atlanta, drew a crowd of more than 80 people. Quarterly Briefings are the Atlanta BeltLine’s way of providing regularly scheduled updates to the community, and the […] Read more
posted in Progress, Urban Farm // 04/05/16
It has been a year since we’ve last updated you on what’s going on at the Urban Farm, and we’re happy to say it’s been nothing less than busy for the Atlanta BeltLine’s first agricultural site. Located in the Adair Park neighborhood, the Urban Farm is focused on becoming a resource for community members and […] Read more
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