PATH400 has always been more than just a trail and the first park is starting to take shape! Under the leadership of Hon. Council member Howard Shook, Old Ivy Park was acquired by a unique partnership between the City of Atlanta’s Department of Parks and Recreation and Livable Buckhead.
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Congratulations, JSG Photography! We received so many great photos, we couldn’t decide, so we invited the public to vote for their favorite photo. All of the finalists photos will be displayed at Lenox Square through the month of June, with the winning photograph being produced on canvas and presented to Jeremy Gragg of JSG Photography […]
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed joined Livable Buckhead at an event last week to recognize major donors to our PATH400 capital campaign. In his remarks, Mayor Reed reflected on the need to seize the opportunity that PATH400 presents. “Buckhead deserves this kind of connectivity. Buckhead deserves greenspace. We must take advantage of the opportunity we have […]
Last fall, you captured Buckhead’s PATH400SM at its autumnal best. Now with the weather fallphotowinnerfb warming up, it’s time to grab your iPhone, your SLR or even that old Polaroid if you like and head out to the greenway. Most of the plants that we worried over all winter have survived and will soon be in […]
The PATH400 theme for this month is “INSTANT ” – blink an eye and you will miss the cool things about to happen! INSTANT Landscape – Thanks to Atlanta Public Schools (APS), we will have hundreds of trees arriving in the fall between Old Ivy and Wieuca! A signature feature of the Atlanta Tree Protection […]
If Buckhead had a birthstone it would be concrete. Our paved paradise has some of Atlanta’s best high rises, restaurants and shopping, but our parks game is weak. Livable Buckhead is working on that…and we need your help.
It’s not news that walking is healthy and people who walk or otherwise exercise regularly tend to be more calm, alert and happy than people who are inactive. To combat afternoon slumps in enthusiasm and focus, take a walk during the lunch hour.
Vote clears the way for work on “missing link” between Buckhead, Sandy Springs segments to proceed ATLANTA – February 18, 2016 – Thanks to a vote by the Sandy Springs City Council Tuesday night, PATH400 is officially headed to Sandy Springs.