5 Unique Benefits of the Atlanta Beltline for Buckhead Residents

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Downtown Atlanta mapSpanning 22 miles around the heart of Atlanta, the Atlanta BeltLine is one of the largest, most wide-ranging urban lifestyle redevelopment programs in the United States. From Peachtree Hills to South Atlanta, this former railway corridor has become a beacon of outdoor living in Atlanta, connecting neighborhoods with public parks, multi-use trails, and transit networks.


Future residents of The Dillon, Buckhead’s newest luxury address, will be perfectly positioned to partake in the diverse range of outdoor activities this urban local provides. See how this walkable network transforms the Downtown Atlanta experience for future residents of The Dillon.



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1. Miles of Parks and Nature Trails


While many cities might not be known for an abundance of greenspace, the Atlanta BeltLine has transformed the cityscape, adding a total of 1,300 acres of parks throughout the region. Nature trails connect the greenspaces to one another, creating a network of over 33 miles of urban trails for bike rides and early morning strolls. Residents of the area enjoy the ease of accessing these parks, with playgrounds, picnic areas, and open green spaces for hosting large events. With the help of Trees Atlanta, the nature trails have also added over 9,000 varieties of plants, trees, and shrub species throughout the area. Guided walking and biking tours are available to learn more about the historical and botanical points of interest on the trails, and what other exciting innovations the company has planned.


2. Art From Local and International Artists


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From massive murals and iron sculptures to tiny doors, the Atlanta BeltLine has worked to make art of all mediums accessible to all art enthusiasts. Spanning roughly twelve miles on the west, south, and east sides of Atlanta, this linear gallery is known as the largest outdoor public exhibition in the south. Known locally as the Art on Atlanta series, both permanent and temporary works are on display from local, national, and international artists in a variety of mediums, including sculpture, murals, theater, photography, fashion, and more.


3. Events and Experiences


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The Atlanta BeltLine also works with the surrounding neighborhoods to provide numerous events and activities. Take a guided walking or biking tour along Atlanta’s neighborhoods to find the city’s hidden gems. The Run Club and Race Series host weekly meetups to stroll the streets while meeting new friends. The Atlanta BeltLine also offers annual art events and special event collaborations with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Alliance Theatre, and The Atlanta Opera.


4. City Markets with Dining, Shopping, and More


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Fashionistas and foodies alike relish the BeltLine’s multiple city markets, providing world-class dining and shopping for Buckhead residents. Named one of the world’s best food halls by Travel & Leisure, the Krog Street Market re-invented a 1920’s warehouse into a gathering place for Atlanta residents. Dine on international cuisine, chat with friends while enjoying a pint at Hop City Beer and Wine or enjoy shopping at The Merchant while taking in the building’s industrial charm. The Eastside Trail is also home to Ponce City Market, a former Atlanta City Hall facility that is now a lively indoor and outdoor space to enjoy culinary offerings, spirits, and sprawling views of the Atlanta skyline. The rooftop is also home to a carnival-style Skyline Park, where mini golf and carnival games are paired with fine dining and classically prepared cocktails.


5. Golf at Atlanta’s Most Prestigious Course


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Just minutes from The Dillon on the north side of the BeltLine, avid golf enthusiasts cherish the history and innovation at the Bobby Jones Golf Course. First built in 1932, this was the first public golf course in Atlanta, and a tribute to one of the greatest golfers of all time: Bob Jones. The course’s revolutionary design features multiple tees and large double greens, offering players two 9-hole designs with multiple tee and pin combinations to play a different loop each time. The course is also home to the Grand Slam Golf Academy, the historic Murray Golf Clubhouse, delectable dining at Boone’s restaurant, a putting course, and the 5-hole par 3 course The Cupp Links for junior golfers to learn the ins and outs of on-course play.


Buckhead Living at Its Finest


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With a premier location just north of the Atlanta Beltline on Peachtree Road, The Dillon offers a tranquil suburban lifestyle in the heart of one of Atlanta’s most prestigious neighborhoods. The Dillon will feature 144 one- to three-bedroom residences, each indulging in sweeping panoramas of the Atlanta skyline, 10’ to 12’ floor-to-ceiling windows, and expansive private terraces. A collection of resort-style amenities will also be provided for resident convenience and enjoyment. A dramatic porte cochere entrance leads the way to a beautifully designed lobby space, where round-the-clock concierge are available to assist residents with any need. A theater room, game simulator room, speakeasy lounge, and multiple guest suites ensure entertainment for any resident or guest, while The Hub offers a versatile work-from-home space for business professionals. Just above treetop level, a fourth floor Amenity Terrace offers even more to enjoy, including a resort-style swim deck, state-of-the-art fitness center, a pickleball court, and dog park.


Priced from the $800,000s, The Dillon is now accepting reservations for its world-class residential offering. For more information on floorplans or to stay updated on The Dillon’s progress, register your interest at TheDillonBuckhead.com, or contact the Sales Team at 404-777-6259.