Also blocks from MARTA and Adair Park’s largest green space, the complex aims to help Atlanta seniors stay put.
Officials: For the first time in Beltline history, three major trail sections will soon be under construction at once.
The Beltline and a strong economy have spurred considerable development in the long-underserved Westside.
But the mammoth, eastside Atlanta rail car depot is still not for sale, CSX Transportation officials say.
Expect units ranging from $450K to $1.1 million.
Capitol View two-story from 2004 includes a perky interior and multilevel new deck.
Find two decks and views from the Eastside Trail to downtown at Freedom Lofts.
The two-day festival features 50 sites across downtown, Midtown, and the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
It’s been seven years since the popular path opened to the public.
Vision calls for making an extended Silver Comet the longest paved trail in the United States.
"We anticipate breaking ground before the end of the year," project leaders say.
"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
The project would grow the footprint of an organization focused on youth empowerment.
Within walking distance of the Beltline’s Westside Trail, the property received a top-to-bottom renovation.
The Washington Park property’s groundbreaking former owner wanted a legacy of helping other families.
Completely open flat with 20-foot ceilings constitutes a "HOT ALERT!" per the listing.
Set to include affordable housing, the $50-million, 345-bed co-living community is bound for Chosewood Park.
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.
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 flurry of development activity surrounds the 4-acre site where Grant Park meets Chosewood Park.
The 60,000-square-foot grocery store could debut in coming weeks.
First segment would branch off existing Westside Trail toward the Connector, south of downtown.
"The experiences that we’re able to have around here, it’s just one of a kind."
Wide-open Studioplex offering is a few steps from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
Recently acquired "critical link" aims to open Beltline and downtown access for English Avenue, Bankhead, beyond.
Enjoy walking, cycling, or scooting from Reynoldstown to Midtown without leaving the paved path.
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.
A clearer picture of the vision for CSX’s 70-acre property should emerge in coming weeks.
Just don’t expect to close a bedroom door.
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.
Plans have been filed for the 200-key Portman Holdings project.
Nearly $12 million approved today marks biggest affordable housing budget in project’s history.
Design firms picked for Boulevard Crossing Park’s second phase in Chosewood Park.