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The paved and popular 2.25-mile path is part of the larger 22-mile loop of parks, trails, and transit known as the Atlanta Beltline that is changing the city for the better. The Eastside Trail provides a direct route from Midtown to Inman Park/Old Fourth Ward in minutes, a feat unheard of by car in Atlanta. You can bike, walk, jog, roller blade, or practice performance art on the trail if you like, but please, stay to the right. Thx.
The Midtown branch, located a short walk from the MARTA Arts Center station, is in the same building as urban design firm Perkins + Will's super-green office building.
Offers free, self-guided tours of the Monetary Museum and Visitors Center.
German Culture center of Atlanta.
Art event debuted along Midtown Mile in 2010. No event held in 2011 or 2012.
Midtown Alliance has partnered with Atlanta Street Food Coalition to bring food trucks to Peachtree Street (at 12th Street) for the lunch hours.
A Victorian-era home commissioned by prominent attorney William A. Wimbish and designed by famed Atlanta architect W. T. Downing. The former family residence is in the eclectic French Renaissance Revival, or Chateuesque, style, and is distinguished by steep gables, intricate detailing, and massive stone masonry ornamentation. It is now used as an event space. Private tours available by appointment. Located at the intersection of Peachtree and 14th streets.
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