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  • Writer's pictureStacy Patrick

Atlanta Beltline Project Reaches New Milestone




According to WSB-TV's Tom Regan "Atlanta’s historic Beltline, a 22-mile loop connecting neighborhoods across the city, reached another milestone on Monday." The Beltline project has catalyzed a dramatic transformation in Metro Atlanta's commercial real estate landscape. The project's focus on mixed-use spaces and improved connectivity has attracted diverse businesses eager to capitalize on its urban revitalization and enhanced accessibility. Retail and hospitality sectors have thrived due to increased foot traffic. Overall, the Beltline stands as a pivotal force reshaping Atlanta's commercial real estate market with its blend of innovation and community impact. Bearing all of this in view, we thought it important to share more on this aforementioned milestone.


City leaders have commenced construction on the initial phase of the Northwest Trail, starting at the intersection of Marietta Boulevard and Huff Road, with plans to link it to the Westside Trail segment. Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens emphasized that the Northwest Trail will integrate with other regional trails, such as the Silver Comet Trail and Chattahoochee River Trail, thereby enhancing equitable transportation access within the Atlanta Beltline network for residents and visitors alike. By 2026, ahead of the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament, 17 miles of interconnected trails are slated for completion, representing 85% of the Beltline either finished or in progress.


Regarded as one of the most ambitious urban development endeavors in the United States, if not globally, the Beltline and its surrounding development have captured international attention. According to Atlanta Beltline President and CEO Clyde Higgs, the project, with a $5 billion budget, serves as a model for equitable redevelopment and infrastructure initiatives worldwide. The organization has allocated $172 million to advance Beltline completion and expand affordable housing initiatives along the corridor, surpassing initial targets with plans to deliver over 7,000 units by 2030. Nearby residents express enthusiasm for the new Beltline segment, anticipating enhanced accessibility and potential for new retail and dining establishments. The first phase of the Northwest Trail is expected to be finished within 17 months.


We eagerly anticipate tracking the advancement of this ambitious project and delivering updates directly to you.

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