With COVID-19 spreading, Atlanta officials are faced with a difficult decision: to shut down a major transportation artery or let it flow.
Three new restaurants are bound for the expanding shopping district’s focal green space.
It’s one of the largest acquisitions of green space ever in Southwest Atlanta, officials say.
Built in the 1920s, the former parking deck has made way for new communal space.
Community input has informed the latest designs for the Boulevard Crossing Park expansion.
Now under construction, the project could connect southside cites and neighborhoods with the Atlanta Beltline one day.
Kathryn Johnston Memorial Park in English Avenue is designed to help solve chronic flooding, too.
Officials: For the first time in Beltline history, three major trail sections will soon be under construction at once.
With HUB404’s logistical groundwork underway, leadership’s goal is to open full half-mile by 2025.
What to know about the creekside, $10-million "model mile" as it readies for a December debut.
And construction of Eastside Trail lighting is on the horizon, too.
It’s been more than half a decade since city leaders decided to build the Westside park.
Georgia State University is planning a makeover of the popular green space.
It’s been seven years since the popular path opened to the public.
"We anticipate breaking ground before the end of the year," project leaders say.
It’s high time Atlantans (and tourists) stopped parking in the bike lanes to snap selfies.
Forty parking spaces at Lenox Square, like others downtown this week, are slated to be repurposed.
Lizzo, Cardi B, Billie Eilish, and more took Piedmont Park by storm last weekend.
Tips for navigating a Beltline corridor—now officially open to the public and structurally safer!—that’s been cleared of its railroad bones.
The Bifurcations project had earned a $100,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Arts in 2014.
At summit this morning, local leaders and project officials also announced the Southside Trail is officially open as an interim trail.
Safety and design features of Buckhead’s growing multi-use trail could bring surprises.
Blackhall Studios is booming and ready to expand, but preservationists fear plans for Atlanta’s greatest urban green space are at stake.
With friends, the kids, or even the pets, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this month.
New initiative seeks to increase health, bring together communities.
First segment would branch off existing Westside Trail toward the Connector, south of downtown.
EarthCam live feed joins others in tourist hotspots around the country.
The Southern city boasts more green space per resident than any other.
Recently acquired "critical link" aims to open Beltline and downtown access for English Avenue, Bankhead, beyond.
The estimated $250 million development could break ground in 2021.
Event founder says bringing back Bankhead Drive-In Theatre could spur positive change in the community.
Fun for the whole family, these events showcase recent box office hits and familiar favorites.
Film production company Blackhall Studios is leading the charge.
Just north of Decatur, the growing PATH system is a hidden treasure and mobility option.
Nearly 4-mile trail segment could be people-ready by late summer, a project leader says.
The Eastside Trail is almost finished, while Southside and Northeast trails progress.
Although several key projects are in the pipeline, the city’s green space prevalence is still considered mediocre.
Just don’t expect many nostalgia acts in Piedmont Park this September.