Real Estate in the BeltLine Corridor

Greenways and trails are at the top of the amenity list when folks are choosing a new neighborhood. Which is one of the reasons so many folks are moving to the BeltLine Corridor. Add the planned pedestrian-friendly transit, an expanding network of new parks, and connectivity with surrounding developments and neighborhoods and what you’ve got is an upgrade to the city.

Are you looking to upgrade your lifestyle by living along the BeltLine? You’ve come to the right place as this is our exclusive focus. BeltLandia puts a lens on the real estate within the diverse quilt of 45 historic neighborhoods connected by the BeltLine.

To find your home near the BeltLine, start here.

East Avenue Cottages – New Homes in O4W

Although cottage may be a bit of a misnomer, East Avenue Cottages are reminiscent of craftsman-style architecture -- just in a two and three-story, attached kind of way. This collection of twelve unique duplexes offer a killer intown location, embedded as they are in one of Atlanta's hottest neighborhoods. Some of the city's best public amenities like the BeltLine Eastside Trail, Historic Fourth Ward Park and Freedom Parkway Trails are within a few steps of these homes. Nearby Historic Fourth … [Read more...]

Krog Street Market Opens Spring 2014

Krog Street Market is one of the latest examples of how the BeltLine continues to catalyze adaptive reuse of historic properties within it’s corridor. The 1920’s industrial warehouse at 99 Krog Street which once served as Tyler Perry’s studio reopens in Spring of 2014 as a west-coast style market and restaurants. 222 apartments are soon to follow on the Stoveworks property across the street and will have several hundred feet of Eastside Trail frontage. In 1889 Atlanta Stoveworks introduced … [Read more...]

Highland Park Has #1 Amenity Sought by Home Buyers

A 2008 report by the National Association of Homebuilders touted greenways and trails as the number one amenity that people look for when picking a new neighborhood.  Highland Park sales certainly seem to substantiate that claim. One third of the planned 66 townhomes have sold or are pending so far this year for John Wieland Homes.  The builder can't seem to build them fast enough. And at mid-300 to high-600 thousand dollars a pop. The development sits at the juncture of Inman Park and Old … [Read more...]

Location-efficient Living on the BeltLine

As one of Georgia's first certified EcoBrokers, I am naturally focused on residential energy-efficiency. Over time I've learned that the location-efficiency of a residence usually trumps the energy-efficiency in terms of savings to the home owner. Consider the following scenario [courtesy of Invisible Energy by David Goldstein]: A buyer purchases a home at the approximate median US home price of $175,000. If the buyer puts down 20% and finances $140,000 over 30 years, here's roughly what … [Read more...]

Some Very Cool Cats Live Along the BeltLine

Exhibit A is Piper. Piper lives close to Ponce City Market just a few feet from the BeltLine Eastside Trail. She lives in a drain pipe, thus the name. Piper sometimes runs across my path as I bicycle on the BeltLine. But I'm not scared, even though she is the proverbial black cat. She's not that kind of cat. In fact, Piper is such a cool cat that her neighbors set up a mailbox by her drain pipe where people leave her notes. Dear Piper, the BeltLine Kitty, you haz … [Read more...]