Buckhead’s Post-Development Answer to the Beltline

LoveNowSellLater Lesa Bell Livable Buckhead Path400

Courtesy of Livable Buckhead

PATH400 is a planned  5.2-mile stretch of trail space along Ga. 400. The 12-foot wide, multi-use, paved walkway will begin at Loridans Drive,  will travel through Tower Place, and will end at  Morosgo Drive. Work on the first phase between Lenox and Old Ivy roads is slated to begin before spring 2014, with an anticipated completion year of 2017. Expect lane closures during the summer. Eventually the trail will connect to PATH trails in East Altanta knon as the South Fork Conservancy.

LoveNowSellLater Lesa Bell Livable Buckhead Path400

Courtesy of Livable Buckhead

Buckhead View's picture of the PATH400 rendering

Courtesy of Buckhead View

To see Livable Buckhead’s video on PATH400 on YouTube, click here.

Buckhead has been battling it’s traffic congestion, lack of walkability and lack of green space. The benefits of PATH400 are many and varied. As most of us are longing for a more walkable city, this is a step in the right direction. It’s addition is one of those intangibles that isn’t necessarily proven to benefit corporate-level job recruitment to Atlanta or increase Buckhead property values, but it’s common sense to know this appealing enhancement increase the area’s appeal and livability.

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