The Eastside Trail is almost finished, while Southside and Northeast trails progress.
Nearly $12 million approved today marks biggest affordable housing budget in project’s history.
Last month, more than 100 cyclists participated in the roving rally for change on dangerous corridor.
Architecture firm Lord Aeck Sargent is collecting community input to craft a masterplan for the deactivated train yard.
Conveniently, neighborhood activists have been working to create a masterplan for the rail yard’s future.
The program helped guide more than $1.5 billion in private investment to the busy thoroughfare.
CSX isn’t selling the property, but a pop-up studio is planned for May to help steer (potential) redevelopment.
You’ll soon be able to travel from Midtown to (almost) Ormewood Park without leaving the Beltline, in theory.
Apartments are leasing, and a new coffee bar just opened at the Memorial Drive site.
The price is a sweet spot for properties with both space and desired locations.
The DeKalb Avenue pedestrian bridge is soon to be back in business.
Neighborhood’s priciest house at the moment bets that Eastside Trail proximity can trump lack of covered parking.
Atlanta startup is expected to open at Beltline-adjacent Madison Yards this summer.
One problem: Railroad giant CSX isn’t actually selling the active 70-acre site.
The Southside Trail is slated to receive 136 units of needed affordable housing.
Multifamily hub between Moreland Avenue and Beltline described as "new urbanism at its finest."
But where are the much-needed bike lanes?
Kronberg Wall is calling for "complete streets" projects along the problematic corridor.
Across the city, these apartments could be right if location trumps space.
New additions include Pratt-Pullman Yard, the Newport development in South Downtown, and Hotel Clermont.
Eastside Trail projects promise an uninterrupted Beltline experience from Memorial Drive to Piedmont Park.
Neither unit in heart of Beltline neighborhood is wanting for elevated hangouts.
Part of the More MARTA plan, the renovation will boost walkability to and from the train station.
Sprawling four-bedroom is marketed as "extraordinary," as pricing reflects.
Rising project Madison Village on Moreland Avenue aims for February occupancy.
A carriage house is included up the street from the Eastside Trail.
Where an aversion to natural light is a good thing.
Flats at Moda Reynoldstown community are delivering at prices promised in 2017.
The Eastside Trail is clearly en route to Memorial Drive.
"Imaginarium" concept billed as equal parts laboratory, tasting room, and brewery.
Renderings revealed for Mill Creek Residential’s 320 rentals, 18,400 square feet of retail space.
Modern-style duplex near MARTA features airy units but little in the way of privacy.
On Memorial Drive, the "Beltline’s next great neighborhood" plans to deliver in early 2019.
Hundreds picketed Atlanta City Hall to decry ballooning costs of homes, apartments.
Get outside and behold the newest Forward Warrior offerings in Cabbagetown.
Bringing together family and friends in the great ITP outdoors doesn’t have to include a massive budget.
Developer: Five units remain available a few blocks from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Latest expansion project is set to rehab a railroad bridge and provide a critical link to Memorial Drive.
Along one of Atlanta’s most rapidly changing corridors, a photographic tour from downtown to Reynoldstown.