Atlanta BeltLine Center / Atlanta Land Trust

per person

The Atlanta BeltLine Center is a place where people can learn about all aspects of the Atlanta BeltLine project – as well as ABP’s mission – through exhibits, interactive displays and programming that highlight the project’s history, scope and impact. The Center supports the Partnership’s…

The Atlanta BeltLine Center is a place where people can learn about all aspects of the Atlanta BeltLine project – as well as ABP’s mission – through exhibits, interactive displays and programming that highlight the project’s history, scope and impact. The Center supports the Partnership’s mission to fundraise, program and advocate for the BeltLine by providing a space to communicate the incredible story and vision for the 22-mile corridor of trails, public transit, surrounding parks, affordable housing, and community connectivity.

Atlanta Land Trust (ALT) is committed to creating and preserving housing in Atlanta that will remain affordable in perpetuity. ALT was created to maintain affordability in neighborhoods at risk of gentrification and displacement due, in part, to growth and development near the Atlanta BeltLine. We focus primarily on areas of the city directly impacted by the project.

Architect: Stoveworks, 1889; Taylor Architecture Inc., 2003 (remodel); Gensler, 2016 (remodel); J.W. LaCrosse Architect, 2018

Photos: Gene Phillips

Special programming

The Atlanta BeltLine Center will be open Saturday and Sunday for visitors to learn more about the Atlanta BeltLine and Atlanta Land Trust. On October 19 (times TBD) the film “Arc of Justice: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of a Beloved Community” by Helen S. Cohen and Mark Lipman will be shown to visitors.