As with any neighborhood even remotely close to the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, Old Fourth Ward is witnessing an unprecedented transformation.
That’s particularly evident on and around Edgewood Avenue, a bustling restaurant and retail stretch that runs from downtown to the Inman Park-Reynoldstown MARTA Station and crosses the Beltline in Old Fourth Ward.
Right now, the most active piece of Edgewood Avenue’s redevelopment, collectively, is between the Downtown Connector and the Eastside Trail, near Krog Street.
In the past few months, that section of the corridor has undergone numerous changes that could make it more inviting to pedestrians, beer drinkers, and tourists.
For proof, see the photos collected along Edgewood Avenue below.