It's been a few months since the Buckhead CID dialed down talk of a proposed park to cap Ga. Highway 400, between Peachtree and Lenox roads. And things were going so well. To add a little fuel to that dimming fire, let's direct our attention to a new article in D magazine that chronicles the major impact Klyde Warren Park — a functional green space built atop a Dallas interstate — has had on the city and its real estate. (Some nearby rents have increased 46 percent.) Here's a thought-provoking snippet to whet Buckhead's appetite: "The park, an engineering and construction feat, opened in the fall of 2012. And in that moment, commercial properties overlooking what used to be the concrete hole of Woodall Rodgers Freeway went from having the worst view to having the best view."
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