After 2 p.m., the popular paved path is reserved for emergency travel and people going to work.
With COVID-19 spreading, Atlanta officials are faced with a difficult decision: to shut down a major transportation artery or let it flow.
Offering as many outdoor hangouts as bedrooms, it’s one of a dozen Rtown Lane homes.
Although none have been on the market more than a month, they’ve each received price cuts.
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.
To thwart the novel coronavirus, a stay-at-home order is possible, as closure of all bars, restaurants, and gyms is mandated.
Nearly half of all 129 units at Pratt Stacks have sold since November, project leaders report.
Fuqua: "It’s designed to feel like its own small town within a larger city."
The listing dubs Oakland City "one of Atlanta’s fastest appreciating neighborhoods."
An ancient underground pipe appears to be the culprit.
Neighboring businesses are expected to remain open, but detours must be followed.
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.
The spruced-up 1920s residence stands a few doors down from the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Pricing and interior renderings emerge for what could be the Atlanta Beltline’s first condo tower.
Though the Southside Trail’s initial segment could be pedestrian-ready in a year, a three-mile gap would remain.
In business for generations, the mill’s 7 acre property along the Eastside Trail is described as having "beachfront" allure.
We searched the city to find the 25 best family friendly activities in Atlanta, from a puppet theater to one of the largest aquariums in the world.
The 1914 relic on Highland Avenue looks to join a half-dozen O4W houses recently sold for more than $1 million.
Meanwhile, an important Southside Trail leg between job centers is set to launch construction next week.
A construction accident spurred worries about the fate of the historic DuPre Excelsior Mill building.
Locals share perspectives on a Beltline segment that hardly resembles its Eastside Trail counterpart, for better or worse.
Historic preservationist on Old Fourth Ward structure: "The building is fixable and should be fixed."
Close to the Beltline’s Westside Trail, this updated home combines classic warmth with modern amenities.
Developer New City aims to break ground early next year.
This open-concept condo from the 1920s also counts skyline views, but buyers have balked thus far.
"Although rail expansion is contentious for its high cost, there is simply no substitute."
Community input has informed the latest designs for the Boulevard Crossing Park expansion.
While relatively small, the updated three-bedroom from the 1930s is also a block from Ponce City Market.
It’ll be some five years before construction actually begins, though.
The 118-year-old buildings, after updates, will aim to pay homage to days of old.
Significant changes are in store for the proposed multi-use loop in 2020.
A $100,000 goal is established to quickly restore century-old building fronting the Atlanta Beltline.
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.
BUILD money would have helped create the long-planned segment in Grant and Ormewood Park neighborhoods.
We’re a glass-half-full kind of city