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Built Environment Analysis
In 1999, the Atlanta BeltLine was first proposed in a graduate thesis by Georgia Tech student Ryan Gravel. The idea was to connect multiple neighborhoods within Atlanta with one long trail that would be built over old Atlanta train rail corridors, an (More)
Make Old Buildings Great Again
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 York urban planners Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs. Evaluating wh (More)
Influence of the Atlanta Beltline and Old Fourth Ward
The Beltline: Atlanta's Newest Cultural Phenomenon.
  Before and After (Credit: (More)
General Outline of the BeltLine in Atlanta
Potential Thesis: How does the design of the Atlanta BeltLine walkway help the community become more engaged? More)
Ponce City Market: Connection to BeltLine
Ponce City Market directly connects to one of the completed portions of the Atlanta BeltLine, and it's because of this that the market has (More)
Built Environment Description 3: Ponce City Market: Politics
Over the past few years, there's been some debate over wether or not Ponce City Market and its surrounding attractions are successfully gentrifying the area and, if they are in fact gentrifying the area, wether or not it's actually doing any good for (More)
Ponce City Market: Gentrification Central
Ponce City Market sits directly in the middle of a group of gentrification agents like Historic Fourth Ward Park, the BeltLine, and a number of high cost apartments, and because these things are bringing a higher income population into the area, (More)
Artifact #5: Sound Bite from Ponce City Market
This sound bite was recorded while on Ponce City Market's plaza, on the outskirts of the market, which adjoins to the Eastside trail of the Atlanta Beltlin (More)
Artifact #4: Collier Candy Company
My sister, Marie, and me enjoying pralines from Collier Candy Co (More)
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