Atlanta Beltline Neighborhoods Map

The Definitive Guide to Atlanta's BeltLine Neighborhoods

Years ago, Atlanta’s inner core was surrounded by a 22-mile long loop of railway. This stretch of track was essential to the industry of the developing city, serving to connect a network of neighborhoods, each of which contributed in their own way to what was, at the time, a post-war boom town.

But times change. As shipping methods evolved in the 20th century, the need for the tracks diminished, and eventually, the loop was abandoned to disrepair. Then, a Georgia Tech student had an idea: why shouldn’t these old rail lines (or more specifically, the land they occupied) be revived into an Intown pedestrian trail? The stretch already ran through some of the city’s coolest neighborhoods, and if executed well, could serve as a point of car-free revitalization. The notion stuck, and over time, the Atlanta BeltLine was born.

Homes for Sale Near the BeltLine Trail June 22, 2018
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Listing information last updated on Friday, June 22, 2018 at 4:22 AM.