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The BeltLine: A Life Saver?

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May 22, 2015 • ART&CULTURE, ATL, TRAVEL

  Hyperbole about the Atlanta BeltLine is a balloon that keeps rising. The public-private partnership funding the construction of miles of trails and parks while fueling a real-estate boom (at least along the Eastside Trail) has become a cultural juggernaut. Atlanta’s┬ánational cachet, self-confidence, and the mystique of the BeltLine are now tightly braided. Despite incisive… Read More ›

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