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Loring Heights Has a Master Plan

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Say you're a neighborhood that wants to maximize its land area and shape a future where livability and property values are at a premium. What do you do? If you're Loring Heights, you hire an internationally-recognized planning and landscape architecture firm (Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh & Associates) to draw up a master plan. What's driving initiative like this? Certainly general notions of common sense, self-interest and progress. But we'd posit The BeltLine's emergence is compelling neighborhoods throughout the Atlanta metro area to engage in a benevolent competition to create the Most Idyllic Community. And it's only just begun. [citybiz Real Estate]