Dr. Shaw commuting to his own small business on the Eastside Trail: McArthur's Apothecary.

Business on the Atlanta BeltLine: McArthur’s Apothecary

Dr. Nakia Shaw lives his healthcare plan everyday by biking to walking to work on the Atlanta BeltLine. He and his wife have lived in their yellow bungalow in Old Fourth Ward for more than 20 years and his company, McArthur’s Apothecary, is located nearby on Edgewood Avenue. It’s more than your neighborhood pharmacy. Dr. … Continue Reading →

A scaled model of 725 Ponce in New City's office.

Business on the Atlanta BeltLine: Jim Irwin and New City, LLC

Perched several stories above the Eastside Trail in the Ford Factory Lofts, Jim Irwin and his team at New City have a prime view of their new office and retail development at 725 Ponce. The 10-story building that is under construction will be primarily office space with a rebuilt Kroger on the ground floor and … Continue Reading →

Life on the Atlanta BeltLine – Dr. Alex Rodriguez

The Life on the Atlanta BeltLine video series looks at the lives of people just like you that live in one of the 45+ neighborhoods connected by the Atlanta BeltLine’s parks and trails. This time, we spoke to Dr. Alex Rodriguez, a multi-talented man who uses the Atlanta BeltLine in his daily commute. Some of you … Continue Reading →

Monday Night Brewing co-owners Jonathan and Joel in their new space on the Westside Trail.

Business on the Atlanta BeltLine: Monday Night Brewing

Welcome back to Business on the Atlanta BeltLine! This series visits some of the many businesses along the Atlanta BeltLine, and explores how the Atlanta BeltLine and its culture have impacted their business. The opening of the Eastside Trail and Historic Fourth Ward Park have helped to spur more than $3.7 billion in economic development within … Continue Reading →

Business on the Atlanta BeltLine: Kevin Rathbun

Welcome to the first installment of the Business on the Atlanta BeltLine video series. This series visits some of the many businesses along the Atlanta BeltLine, and explores how the Atlanta BeltLine and its culture have impacted their business. As of the end of 2014, over $2.4 billion in private investment has taken place in … Continue Reading →