REDEVELOPMENT ALONG THE BELTLINE?
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|We also snapped Amsterdam Walk, just off Monroe Drive. Amsterdam is home to The Little Jumping Bean, Red Light Caf, and other shops. The BeltLine runs behind the center, which Heather also sees as an eventual redevelopment opportunity.|
|Here?s a map with BeltLine development areas highlighted. Some,like University Avenue (#20), are in parts of town where there is mostly light industrial development. Heather tells us some businesses that are operating do not generate much tax revenue for the city, while other properties are vacant, so this area is ripe for new development. The hope is all BeltLine development will be multi-use. This doesn?t necessarily mean shops on the bottom with condos above; it just means that different kinds of development can coexist and make spaces more livable, Heather says.|
|Here are some apartments on Huff Road on the Westside, near the BeltLine route. This part of town is already seeing a resurgence— recall last week?s Bisnow about Shaun Doty?s new foodie burger joint YEAH! BURGER at White Provision. Heather tells us ?This area doesn?t need the BeltLine to convince developers to build here, but it certainly helps.? Nodes on the Southside, on the other hand, need the BeltLine to fuel their renaissance, she explains.|