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Next Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable: Friday, October 7, 7:30-9:00am | All Saints' Episcopal Church
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Building Community, Accessibility and Mobility in South Downtown
Friday, August 8, 2016 7:30-9:00 am | All Saints' Episcopal Church
South Downtown Atlanta has a lot going on these days. For the past year, through the leadership of the Center for Civic Innovation (CCI), community leaders, urban planners and neighborhood advocates have come together to imagine and work toward a vision of the area that is economically vibrant and socially accessible. Concurrently, efforts are underway to implement the recommendations of an Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), Livable Centers Initiative study that focused specifically on the MARTA rail stations in the neighborhood and how they can support that vision. Join us to hear about the exciting community building happening in South Downtown, and discover the inspiring vision being created.
Location & Parking:
All Saints' Episcopal Church
634 West Peachtree Street
Across from the North Avenue MARTA station at the corner of W. Peachtree and North Avenue
**Taking MARTA is encouraged. Some parking is available in the All Saints' parking deck. Enter at lower level of Spring Street.**
IMPORTANT Parking Information: Please fill lower garage deck first, then upper deck, then West Peachtree lot last. If you continue your visit after the event, you must move your vehicle from the parking deck. Thank you for helping us adhere to facility policies.
*All prices include AIA credit.
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