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Existing Conditions Report

This report outlines the existing land use, urban design, market, and transportation conditions along Peachtree Street that will inform the shared space design and associated development and activation strategies. It also includes input received from the community throughout the planning process, including the project vision and goals. 

The following documents were shared as part of Design Workshop Week. Check out the recordings from that series for additional context:

Draft Shared Space and Street Retrofit Concepts

Review draft proposed typical sections for different parts of Peachtree Street within the study area, including a shared space between West Peachtree Street (Hardy Ivy Park) and Forsyth Street (Margaret Mitchell Square) and retrofit concepts to make the surrounding sections of Peachtree Street more comfortable for walking, biking, and riding transit. Learn more about the draft concepts and community feedback by watching the Community Open Studio videoView PDF

Draft Demonstration Project Concepts

See the draft design for the demonstration project, a temporary installation that will test aspects of a shared space using low-cost, removable materials. The demonstration will focus on testing the potential to reduce the number of vehicle lanes, increase space for pedestrians, and add flexibility for public space elements like outdoor dining areas. It will take place on Peachtree Street between Baker Street and Ellis Street later this spring.


Learn more about the draft demonstration project concept and community feedback by watching the Demonstration Project Open House video. View PDF

More project documents will be posted here as they become available. Check back soon! 

This effort is an extension of an original concept report developed by the Atlanta City Studio in 2018. You can read that report here.


Were you unable to attend one of our engagement activities live? Visit the Engage page to view meeting materials and videos from previous events. 

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