Georgia Trend Magazine > “the small sights stick in your mind.”

(press.) In its December 2014 cover story, “Unbroken Circle” by Susan Percy, the case is made for the Atlanta Beltline as “a unifying force, built on the very railroads that once divided the city by race, class and income.”

Excerpt: “With so much to take in, it’s the small sights and scenes that stick in your mind – a mom with her baby in a stroller walking the Eastside Trail near Piedmont Park; a pair of soaring-and-swooping young athletes at the city’s only free skateboard park in the Old Fourth Ward; the Beltline Bike Shop near Adair Park in Southwest Atlanta, where at-risk students learn to repair donated bicycles that are then given to them.”  >> More.

 

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