from the Beltline to the Chattahoochee

Creating new access from surrounding communities to 400 acres of parks and green space along Proctor Creek. Connecting Atlanta's urban core to Proctor Creek, the Atlanta BeltLine, MARTA, the Atlanta Streetcar, the Chattahoochee River and eventually the Silver Comet Trail in Cobb County.


natural systems 

Assembling and protecting buffers along the creek. Restoring the creek's natural systems to address flooding and pollution in surrounding neighborhoods resulting from a history of industrial activity, dumping, and insufficient storm water capacity.


public spaces

Building safe and clean gathering spaces in which to enjoy Atlanta’s rich neighborhood life. Reactivating public places to attract jobs and mixed-use, mixed-income development. Protecting single-family neighborhoods by focusing greater density at key transit oriented areas.


community based development

Encouraging the reuse of land surrounding Proctor Creek by upgrading infrastructure and enhancing community assets to support sustainable community and business growth. Potentially creating more than 15,000 new jobs (according to Invest Atlanta).