As the main connection between Atlanta and Stone Mountain, the Memorial Drive corridor has ferried travelers from the city to the suburbs since the late 1960s. Economic growth in the area slowed dramatically in the late 1980s. The suburban environment with large setbacks, surface parking lots, and strip shopping saw practically no new commercial development for 30 years.
In 2019 DeKalb County published the Memorial Drive Revitalization Corridor Plan formulating a vision for the corridor that favors human scaled neighborhoods, walkability, and a mix of different land use and activities. 
Today the transformation of Memorial Drive is well underway with the following projects:
Atlanta Dairies  Located just off the BeltLine,…

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Ansley Park is a quiet residential district filled with beautiful homes nestled along winding, tree-lined streets and neighborhood parks adjacent to the bustling Midtown commercial district.

At the beginning of the 20th century notable architects including Neil Reid and P. Thornton Marye were hard at work in the neighborhood. Since the 1960's, the Ansley Park Civic Association has diligently maintained the neighborhood's historical integrity and strong community.

Today plaques mark dozens of historically significant homes including

Piedmont Driving Club
Founded in 1887 as the Gentlemen's Driving Club, this private social club originally provided members with an opportunity to escape the city to "drive" their horse and carriages through the…

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