Source: Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta
"While downtown might have been knocked out of the Curbed Cup in the first round this year, it’s hard to discount Atlanta’s center of commerce, tourism, and history as not being a victor in 2016.
With a range of projects from hotels, to housing, to retail announced for the area, the once nine-to-five district should be well on its way to enhanced vibrancy.
Now, Central Atlanta Progress (CAP) is spearheading efforts to shape the coming growth in the neighborhood with a new Downtown Atlanta Master plan.
The project kicked off earlier this month with a public meeting evaluating transportation needs and opportunities in the neighborhood."
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