Articles about Atlanta BeltLine

Residents Learn About Atlanta BeltLine Affordability and Inclusionary Zoning

Councilmember Andre Dickents recently led a special citywide conversation to discuss efforts to expand affordable housing around the Atlanta BeltLine. At the Families First headquarters, Councilmember Dickens delivered a special presentation on proposed legislation that would introduce affordable workforce housing to the Atlanta Zoning Ordinance in the Atlanta BeltLine Overlay District. If the policy is implemented, any… Read more

Atlanta BeltLine’s Westside Trail Officially Opens

The Westside Trail, a new three-mile corridor on the Atlanta BeltLine, is now open and available for everyone to enjoy. The ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at Gordon White Park on Friday, September 29. In attendance were Mayor Kasim Reed, Rep. John Lewis, Atlanta BeltLine Inc. President and CEO Brian McGowan, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Executive Director… Read more

Reynoldstown Senior Residencies Celebrates Long-Awaited Opening

After many years of hard work, the Reynoldstown Senior Residencies officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 4. The brand-new senior housing development along the Atlanta BeltLine offers 70 high-quality highly affordable housing units reserved for residents over the age of 62. “What I find amazing is the commitment, not only of Invest… Read more

Invest Atlanta Helps New Realm Brewing Come Home to Atlanta

New Realm Brewing, co-founded by well-known Brewmaster Mitch Steele, will soon open in Poncey-Highlands along the Atlanta BeltLine, thanks in part to Invest Atlanta’s behind-the-scenes efforts. Kent Spencer, Invest Atlanta’s Manager of Business Expansion and Retention, provided New Realm Brewing’s three founding partners—Steele, CEO Carey Falcone, and CMO Bob Powers—assistance with site development and connectivity… Read more

Construction Begins on Major New Development on Atlanta BeltLine

725 Ponce, the latest major development along the Atlanta BeltLine, broke ground on December 14, 2106 at a ceremony celebrating the start of construction on an “urban prototype” Kroger grocery store and a 360,000 square-foot office tower. In October 2016, the Invest Atlanta Board of Directors approved $188 million in lease purchase bonds for the… Read more