The Atlanta BeltLine is Opening a Visitor’s Center

The Visitor's Center will be situated in The Stove Works building, adjacent the 'Eastside Trail Extension.'

The Visitor’s Center will be situated in The Stove Works building, adjacent the ‘Eastside Trail Extension.’

The Atlanta BeltLine is planning a Visitor’s Center and an overhaul of its Inman Park offices.

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The Center will be housed in The Stove Works development, at 112 Krog Street NE, the same building where The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is situated.

“The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is planning a renovation to our space in The Stove Works on the Eastside Trail extension that will include the first ever Atlanta BeltLine Visitors’ Center,” Rob Brawner, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership executive director, in a prepared statement Monday told What Now Atlanta.

“We are still in the planning phase of this project, and look forward to sharing more details about the Center in the coming months.”

A permit application late last week was filed with City of Atlanta for the renovation and expansion.

An estimated $105,000 could be spent building out the 4,202-square-foot space, according to the filing.

Plans call for a lobby and new conference room, and an existing office and storage area will be “reconfigured to provide two offices, small conference area.”

The Stove Works project, which sits along the BeltLine and across the street from Krog Street Market, is home to restaurants like Rathbuns and “creative offices” like Trees Atlanta.

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Mad Russian
2 years ago

Will it discuss the role that the Beltline and its board has played in the uncontrolled gentrification of the city? How about discussing the overpriced and over-hyped businesses that lack long term stability, resulting in hurting the local economy. Will there be a clear focus on it’s attempt to make the city less diverse while pushing long-time residents on fixed incomes outside of the perimeter. Will it bring up the cowardice of the two main designers when they left the board rather than face the truth and come up with possible solutions to the lack of affordable housing that was… Read more »

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