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Built Environment Analysis (Final Draft)
The Beltline project in Atlanta has created a spectrum of feelings amongst its citizens. Some have strongly supported the project since it (More)
The Fight Against the Decaying City
In the years leading  up to the financial crisis of 2008, many large corporations decided to leave their longstanding homes in downtown Atlanta. Moving to midtown, they sought taller, newer, and more attractive buildings, surrounded by an area of tow (More)
Georgia State University: Redefining Atlanta
Georgia State University, located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, is an anomaly with respect to other American colleges and universities. The large, federally funded research university boasts over 50,000 students and ranges over 120 million square (More)
BEA Draft 3
Adaptive Reuse: History and Atlanta Though a recent term, adaptive reuse as a concept dates back to the mid-twentieth century, springing out of the urban planning war being waged by New Yorkers Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs. Evaluating whose core pri (More)
MLK Memorial Marta Station
Past the Penci (More)
Built Environment Analysis (Draft 2)
After conducting the research that I have for this class regarding the Beltline, I have discovered that many of the subjects people discus (More)
Annotated Bibliography (Source 9)
Binkovitz, Leah. "Atlanta BeltLine Creator Resigns Citing Affordability, Equity Concerns." The Urban Edge. Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Sept. 2016. Web. Nov. 2016. (More)
Annotated Bibliography (Source 8)
Bogle, Mary, Somala Diby, and Eric Burnstein. "Equitable Development Planning and Urban Park Space." Urban Institute, July 2016. Web. Nov. 2016. (More)
Annotated Bibliography (Source 7)
Thaden, Emily, and Mark Perlman. "Creating and Preserving Reasonably-Priced Housing near Public Transportation." CLT Network. National Community Landtrust Network, n.d. Web. Nov. 2016. (More)
Sitting on the corner of Decatur Street and Ellis is a small store with a red and (More)
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