IN THE PRESS

 "A stroller passing new townhomes under construction along Atlanta's BeltLine. David Goldman/AP"

"A stroller passing new townhomes under construction along Atlanta's BeltLine. David Goldman/AP"

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Putting the Brakes on Runaway Gentrification in Atlanta

11/10/17 - "But as the BeltLine marches on—and brings development, craft breweries, restaurants, and luxury apartments with it—it’s also raised concerns about displacement of the existing communities along its route. Those fears are well founded, and they echo similar ones in other cities with successful BeltLine-esque projects, such as ChicagoNew Orleans and Philadelphia."

 
 The Beltline, as seen in 2012, is simultaneously hailed as a conduit for urban vibrancy or, as one GSU professor puts it now, the possible cause of “racial resegregation of the city.”Photo: Atlanta Beltline Inc. via  Face

The Beltline, as seen in 2012, is simultaneously hailed as a conduit for urban vibrancy or, as one GSU professor puts it now, the possible cause of “racial resegregation of the city.”Photo: Atlanta Beltline Inc. via Face

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Atlanta’s ‘runaway gentrification’ chronicled by national, international media

11/14/17 - "Now, a pair of articles from the national and international press—published on the same day, no less—have raised the topic of Atlanta’s complex gentrification struggles anew. Both are very much worth a read."