Gentrification seems scary and inevitable – a condition so complex that we are helpless in the face of it. We’re not. And in fact, what we need to do is really straightforward.
The BeltLine is one of the most popular infrastructure projects to come along in Atlanta in decades. But some say project leaders have fallen short in keeping the poor- and working-class communities adjacent to the trail informed on what to expect next in the sea change taking place.
There’s a new push to connect the Atlanta Beltline to the Silver Comet Trail.
The Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail is slated to open by summer’s end. The 3-mile corridor will run from University Avenue in Adair Park north to Lena Avenue at Washington Park.
Hundreds of new affordable housing are opening or in the planning stages for the Atlanta BeltLine, one of the hottest real estate destinations in the city.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced a new fund to help residents in the Beltline pay their rising tax bills as home prices increase in the area.
The father of the BeltLine and Atlanta’s planning commissioner are designing with five core values in mind.
About 11 months since construction launched on the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail extension, the long-awaited civic amenity and alternate travel route is clearly coming down the home stretch.