Atlanta BeltLine

Atlanta BeltLine Trail Corridor on Schedule with $300 Million Commitment

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI), Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP), and its partners have reached a major funding milestone that keeps Atlanta's most ambitious development project on a required timeline to complete the Atlanta BeltLine trail corridor by the end of 2030 when the 25-year Atlanta BeltLine redevelopment plan and its dedicated Tax Allocation District (TAD) are scheduled to end. Catalyzed by passage[...]

Garden Lights, Holiday Lights at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Garden Lights, Holiday Nights at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

Add a little brightness to the holiday season by visiting the Garden Lights, Holiday Nights event at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Now through January 15, 2022, celebrate 11 years of beautiful lights and stunning botanical sights with a festive twist. Voted Best Garden Lights by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2020, this annual event is a holiday season favorite. A fun, immersive activity for the family to[...]

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade Returns September 21

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Artists Announced

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) has notified artists of their selection to participate in the 2021-2022 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. As part of ABI’s larger arts and culture programming, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine brings together artists across all mediums to participate in the largest, temporary outdoor art exhibition in the south. Since 2010, the annual exhibition has celebrated[...]

Atlanta BeltLine

Atlanta BeltLine Northeast Trail Construction Updates

A portion of the Northeast Trail, completed by Atlanta BeltLine Inc. (ABI) and Georgia Power, is now open to the public. Currently in an advanced interim state, the portion completed is a paved future segment of the BeltLine currently available for use by hikers, walkers and bikers. The multi-use trail runs through the Piedmont Heights and Ansley Park neighborhoods between[...]

Atlanta BeltLine Special Service District

Atlanta BeltLine Seeks Funding to Complete All Trails Before 2030

The completion of all Atlanta BeltLine trails may be providing enhanced walkability, as well as new affordable housing and job opportunities well before 2030. On Tuesday, January 19, new legislation to create a Special Service District (SSD) within the Atlanta BeltLine Planning Area was introduced at the Atlanta City Council meeting. This new revenue source would ensure the completion of[...]

Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing in Buckhead

New Land Acquisition Brings Prospect of Affordable Housing in Buckhead

Affordable Buckhead housing options might just be available sooner than you think! On December 28, 2020, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) closed on a three-acre property in Buckhead that represents an incredible milestone in the organization’s ongoing strategy to create long-term affordability around the Atlanta BeltLine for both residents and small businesses to thrive in. As a partial donation to the Atlanta[...]

new homes at Pontiac Place in Decatur

The Brightstar Team | COMPASS Reaches Half-Way in Sales at Pontiac Place

The Brightstar Team | COMPASS has reached a sales milestone at Pontiac Place – 50% sold out. Built by O’Dwyer Homes, this community in Atlanta’s South Ormewood Park neighborhood features new single-family homes priced from the high $300,000s. “Pontiac Place is an enclave of just 25 homes, so at 50% sold, we have less than 13 homes remaining,” said Michelle Jenkins,[...]

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Around the Atlanta BeltLine, five (relatively) affordable options

For all its connective wonders, the Atlanta BeltLine has been pilloried by observers far and wide for being a conduit of gentrification in general, displacement in particular, and the rapid real estate price escalations that are the root of those ills. Still, your last name doesn’t necessarily have to be Warbucks to call a BeltLine neighborhood home—and to actually own[...]