Peeple’s Street Home for Sale

Awesome brick on this well known street within the Historic District- 3/1 move in condition! Screened in porch, huge backyard..great investment! For more information, give me a call at 404-414-3289, make a comment or send an email to niaknowles@solidsourcerealty.com

Peeple’s Street Home Butlers PantryEntranceLiving room

Information above, though secured from sources believed to be reliable, cannot be guaranteed.

Important Beltline Meeting-Wed. 9/26

Council member Cleta Winslow is having an IMPORTANT Beltline meeting next Wednesday at the West End Library- 525 Peeples Street 6:00-7:30 PM

Refreshments will be served.

West End and Westview will be the first to benefit from the City of Atlanta’s Beltline Plan. Come and view the design that has been put together by PATH’S Ed McBrayer. He will present a power point presentation on the conceptual design.

What is the BeltLine

What is the BeltLine

The BeltLine, a 22-mile loop of historic railroad that encircles downtown and midtown, is a unique opportunity to increase greenspace, improve transit, connect neighborhoods and foster livable communities. With an estimated 150,000 new residents coming to Atlanta in the next 25 years, now is the time to invest in our city’s future. For a complete overview of the BeltLine, click here.

The BeltLine will connect 45 in-town neighborhoods with parks, transit and trails for commuters, bicyclists and pedestrians. The line will spur economic development and enhance mobility.

The BeltLine will improve quality of life for present and future generations. The BeltLine is for YOU. Click here to learn more.

visit: http://www.beltline.org/

The project clean up will be kicking off in the West End in October- YAY!!!! The West End will be the first to get this underway 🙂

NPU-T =Neighborhood Planning Unit-T Meeting

We had a great meeting on Wednesday at the Shrine of the Black Madonna. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month at 7:30PM.

Come out and hear the latest planning information for our community. The agenda is usually as follows:

  1. Invocation
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. Approval of Minutes
  4. Police, Fire and Community  prosecutors Updates
  5. Neighborhood Associations Reports
  6. Committee Report
  7. Planners Report
  8. Atlanta Planning/Advisory Board Report
  9. Presentations
  10. Special Events
  11. Zoning
  12. Chairperson’s report
  13. Announcements
  14. Adjournment

Much of what is taking place within our community is first brought before the Neighborhood Association and the NPU… there is also an opportunity to vote and support many events.

If you’re ever concerned or wondering why some changes are occurring and you have not been alerted to them, maybe it’s because you have not attended a meeting.  Be active in our community-use your voice at these very important sessions.

I look forward to seeing you at the next one..

~Nia