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Buckhead's signature triangular greenspace, Charlie Loudermilk Park, could undergo a drastic overhaul by mid-April, BuckheadView reports. Highlights could include wider sidewalks, an active lawn, marble flowerboxes, a freaking 50-foot bell tower and a repositioned statue of the Aaron's Rents founder. The park's apex, pointed toward Midtown, would have an "iconic" sculpture meant to invite visitors into the lawn-like interior. Frisbee in the heart of Buckhead, anyone?