Learn the many ways the BeltLine project is making Atlanta a global beacon for equitable, inclusive, and sustainable city life.
Our goal is to implement the BeltLine project in a way that ensures all Atlantans have the chance to participate in and benefit from its economic growth for generations to come.
Find planning documents, reports, presentations, maps, and more.
Take a look at the progress to date.
Explore design and construction projects in progress.
Stakeholders in the Atlanta BeltLine project recognized that completion required a new mechanism for generating the necessary funds to meet targeted dates of delivery. This reality led to the efforts to create a Special Service District (SSD)
Annual reports serve to accurately reflect our yearly progress and demonstrate how resources are being leveraged to bring this project from concept to reality.
Learn more about how we secure economic resources to get the project done.
A successful combination of governmental, non-profit, private and philanthropic partners makes our work possible.
Staff & Leadership
Meet the team overseeing all aspects of planning, developing, and execution of the project.
Meet the team raising funding and awareness for the Atlanta BeltLine project.
Distinguished leadership overseeing a transformational endeavor.
View meeting calendar for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.Board of Directors.
The Partnership is thankful to have the visionary leadership of a dedicated Board of Directors that is committed to helping it achieve its goals.
Explore resources for developers, real estate brokers, and business or property owners looking to conduct business along the BeltLine.
Find the latest updates about economic development around the BeltLine.
The Design Review Committee provides design consultation, review, and recommendations for all Special Administrative Permits within a half-mile of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor.
The Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) Business Façade pARTnership Grant partners local artists and maker professionals with the local business community to complete capital improvements to the façade of a business site.
The development of Murphy Crossing is envisioned as a redevelopment project that will drive economic activity in the immediate and surrounding areas, and help make this area of Southwest Atlanta a destination and a hub growth and job creation.
Aluma Farm at Adair Park is the Atlanta BeltLine’s first agriculture site around the 22-mile corridor. The farm is privately operated, and produce is sold locally.
Find quality, affordable housing along the BeltLine corridor.
Find advice and resources to help you stay in your home.
The Legacy Resident Retention Program (LRRP) is a resource to help longtime homeowners living in Atlanta BeltLine equity priority subareas in westside and southside neighborhoods stay in their homes by covering the costs of increases in property taxes through the 2030 tax year.
Explore resources for developers looking to build on the BeltLine.
Find the latest updates about affordable housing around the BeltLine.
Transit has always been a core component of the Atlanta BeltLine, and will play a major role in realizing the vision of linking neighborhoods, connecting people and taking them where they want to go.
Find the latest updates about BeltLine transit planning.
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Anyone wishing to film or take photos in the parks and on the trails of the Atlanta BeltLine, will need to obtain permission from Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
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