Keeping Homes Available to All

Access to equitable and inclusive housing opportunities is a cornerstone of the Atlanta BeltLine vision. We are committed to providing affordable and sustainable workforce housing that will allow residents of all income levels to share in the benefits and enhanced quality of life offered by this transformational project.

As the Atlanta BeltLine is not a housing agency, we rely on partnerships to create and preserve affordable housing within the BeltLine Tax Allocation District (TAD). This page is intended to connect residents with resources.


There are many options for living along the Atlanta BeltLine for a variety of incomes. Check out resources and affordable housing rental search tool. This dashboard tracks affordable housing units created and preserved within the Atlanta BeltLine Tax Allocation District (TAD) and the Atlanta BeltLine Planning Area (BPA). It also provides the available contact information for apartments that have affordable units.


Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and its public agency partners are committed to securing quality affordable housing for everyone who wants to live in our city. Check out downpayment assistance programs, Atlanta Housing home ownership programs and more.

Resident Resources

The Atlanta BeltLine is committed to keeping residents informed of financial opportunities that help make living along the Atlanta BeltLine affordable.

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Legacy Resident Retention Program

The Legacy Resident Retention Program helps keep legacy residents in their homes by helping homeowners with existing property tax bills through tax year 2030. Get details and apply.

Developer & Investor Resources

The Atlanta BeltLine offers the perfect avenue for developers to have a major role in reshaping Atlanta’s future growth in a meaningful way.Learn more.

Planning & Policies

Goals & Progress: Learn more about Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. goal to create or preserve 5,600 units of affordable and workforce housing by 2030.

Research & Reports: These documents share details about our housing history and progress, offer more information for developers interested in engaging with the BeltLine, and provide additional tools for various inquiries.