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Built Environment Analysis: The People of the Environment
The Peachtree-Pine homeless shelter, the largest in the city of Atlanta, has faced threats of closure from city officials since its inception. Mayor Kasim Reed now spearheads the crusade to terminate its utilization, and the shelter may be closed wit (More)
Gentrification and Krog Street Market
Gentrification and Krog Street Market Introduction According to the Public Broadcasting System (PBS), gentrification is a general term (More)
Landscape of Memory on Auburn Avenue
At a Glance: The Contested Identity of Auburn

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)
Fresh Face for Auburn Avenue
The Sweet Auburn district of Atlanta is in serious need of a facelift. In an area that has had a serious impact on the development of rights for African-Americans, it would be easy to think that many people would want to preserve this historically ri (More)
BEA Draft #3
Introduce argument of how the built environment influences individuals’ physical activity. Explain what the built environment is and how it can affected Talk about what can be done and its effects “The built environment can facilitate or con (More)
The Tabernacle
[caption id="attachment_10" align="alignleft" width="315"] Front of The Tabernacle  & Skyview Atlanta

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Physical Activity and Health in the Built Environment
The Built Environment influences many facets of our lives, whether we realize it or not. The way a community is designed fosters how much individuals participate in physical activity and determines the overall health of its inhabitants. Buildings, th (More)
Georgia Tech: Benefits of Business and Academic Separation Part 1
Georgia Institute of Technology is a highly prestigious and competitive university in the S.T.E.M. (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) fields, and is very innovative in many ways including the design of the physical campus. Georgia Tech (More)
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