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Learn more about historic Modern (and other) resources on and adjacent to the Beltline (more on the Beltline from the Beltline Partnership here).
On The Beltline: A Survey of Historic Resources
February 20, 2006
Doug Young, Prinicipal Planner with the Atlanta Urban Design Commission and Brandy Morrison, Thurston Fellow for the Atlanta Urban Design Commission will present findings from a survey of historic resources along the proposed route of the Beltline. Among resources identified in the survey are numerous Modern sites. The proposed Beltline is a 22-mile loop of historic railroad right-of-way connecting 45 in-town neighborhoods with parks, transit and trails for commuters, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
Where? On the Beltline at 130 A Krog Street, a 1950’s era building, adaptively used as residential condominiums. Directions are available – click here.
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