Entries by Scott Cantrell

PATH400 Set to Receive $12.66 Million in City, Federal Funding

TSPLOST and proposed TIP funding to complete 5.2-mile greenway in Buckhead ATLANTA – December 18, 2017 – Today, Livable Buckhead announced that it has reached a major milestone in the development of PATH400SM, identifying funding to complete the 5.2-mile greenway in Buckhead. The funding will come from a combination of city and federal sources. Atlanta […]

Peachtree Creek Cleanup

Peachtree Creek Cleanup November 4th, 2017 Livable Buckhead, CH@RM, South Fork Conservancy, Keep Atlanta Beautiful Commission and Peachtree Creek Greenway are teaming up for a Peachtree Creek clean-up. Volunteers will remove litter and debris, and will perform some trail maintenance and light infrastructure improvements to the trail. The effort will focus on Peachtree Creek, improving […]

News – October 2017

 Sandy Springs Extension: Our neighbors to the north are moving forward on the design for the PATH400 connector between the original 5.2 miles in Buckhead and the part that goes through the middle of the 285/400 interchange. This 2.1 mile missing link will run from Loridans right through the former toll plaza and all the way […]

Outdoor October

Outdoor October – October in Buckhead…the heat of the summer is a memory but the chill of winter is still on the horizon. Warm days, cool evenings make it the perfect time to outside. And for Buckhead getting outside should include getting on PATH400.

Time to get bendy on PATH400

Starting with a kick-off event on September 23rd, every Saturday from 10 a.m. – noon, PATH400 under the Buckhead wall will host a free yoga class. The sessions will be led by Out of the Box Yoga and lululemon Atlanta will provide water stations. Yoga is great for reducing stress and allowing for greater relaxation. […]

Reflections of an Intern

Guest Column by Abby Kingsley It has been almost two months since I concluded my internship at Livable Buckhead (LBI), and I learned more in my time here than I have in entire semesters. As a student of economics and political science, I have always been interested in the non-profit sector and sustainability, but I […]