This is a little old, but we wanted to flag a post on the real estate and urban issues website Curbed that cited our April essay, “Is the Beltline Bad for Atlanta?” In the post, Josh Lindenbaum described the piece as an “exquisitely-contextual” look at the “semi-taboo, usual suspect issues of race and class” surrounding the Atlanta Beltline. As enthusiastic supporters of the Beltline, the writers at Curbed remained open-minded about critiques of the project but were nonetheless glad to see that we concluded the good of light rail in in-town Atlanta ultimately outweighs the bad. In metropolitan Georgia the debate goes on unabated, but we are delighted that both supporters and critics of the Beltline have taken note of the piece.
Tropics of Meta Featured on Curbed.com
May 14, 2012 by Leave a Comment