After 2 p.m., the popular paved path is reserved for emergency travel and people going to work.
Offering as many outdoor hangouts as bedrooms, it’s one of a dozen Rtown Lane homes.
Atlantans had been seen crowding the popular multi-use trail, clashing with the guidance of public health officials.
In the shadow of today’s Ponce City Market, the Ponce Springs area transformed into a pond, a ballpark, and then a shopping mall, as two grand trees witnessed it all.
In Q&A, Atlanta Beltline head Clyde Higgs discusses the importance of keeping trails open—but safe—in unprecedented times.
Details on what’s in the works a block from the Eastside Trail.
The telecommunications giant has offloaded a Reynoldstown property near the latest Beltline stretch.
Pricing and interior renderings emerge for what could be the Atlanta Beltline’s first condo tower.
In business for generations, the mill’s 7 acre property along the Eastside Trail is described as having "beachfront" allure.
Meanwhile, an important Southside Trail leg between job centers is set to launch construction next week.
This open-concept condo from the 1920s also counts skyline views, but buyers have balked thus far.
Current ARC plans call for just two miles of Beltline rail by 2030, transit proponents stress.
Private developer New City wants public help building in a tax allocation district, as other projects have received.
Find two decks and views from the Eastside Trail to downtown at Freedom Lofts.
"Waiting ’til 2050 for a partial build is simply unacceptable," says one Beltline Rail Now leader.
Before heading out for 2019’s procession, be prepared to navigate this very popular—and quite magical—annual tradition
Completely open flat with 20-foot ceilings constitutes a "HOT ALERT!" per the listing.
Condo counts nearly 2,400 square feet where Memorial Drive meets the Eastside Trail.
Agent: No other intown home lot has sold for this much in Atlanta history.
A federal grant could accelerate construction on sections in Grant, Ormewood parks.
"The experiences that we’re able to have around here, it’s just one of a kind."
Geofencing is the latest effort to get shareable dockless vehicle users to mind their manners.
A search for contractors to tackle the project has officially begun.
You’ll soon be able to travel from Midtown to (almost) Ormewood Park without leaving the Beltline, in theory.
Two cars have been spotted cruising a new Eastside Trail stretch, but changes are coming.
Applications now being accepted for those who want to further their passion and knowledge for all things Beltline.
Latest expansion project is set to rehab a railroad bridge and provide a critical link to Memorial Drive.
Input from ATL citizenry will help inform transit moves, affordable housing, and more, officials say.
RFQ signals progress, but don’t expect a finished Beltline link from Piedmont Park to Lindbergh anytime soon.
Formerly slated for a loft office building, the North Avenue site will house more than 230 apartments and street-front retail.
A study released by the Atlanta Regional Commission highlights $86 million of bus-related plans, new trails and bikeways.
Massive proposal could bring four buildings, nearly 2 million square feet of development, to site south of PCM.
The Beltline-hopping apartment complex will include 350 residential units, "experimental" retail spaces.
Construction on the 12-story office tower and new Kroger should wrap in early 2019. Expect a large public movie screen as one cool facet.
Deep dives into Beltline exclusivity, struggles of Peoplestown residents publish on the same day.
While progress on the trail is sometimes agonizingly slow, the pace of nearby development has been anything but.
With the Eastside Beltline Trail, Ponce City Market, and Historic Fourth Ward Park, the neighborhood gets high marks for walkability.
After nearly two years of planning, work will soon launch on $250-million development known as Madison Yards.