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January 30, 2023, Urbanize Atlanta: A year and half after demolition roared ahead, a project that’s essentially creating a new BeltLine-adjacent sub-neighborhood in Reynoldstown is about to start its second phase of construction, with revised plans that aim to set a new precedent for car-free intown living.

 

Empire Communities’ Stein Steel project, named for a steel plant that operated on the 6.5-acre site for nearly a century, is rapidly remaking a property once marketed as BeltLine “beachfront” near the junction of piping-hot Eastside Trail neighborhoods such as Cabbagetown, Inman Park, and Old Fourth Ward.

 

Replacing land previously occupied by piles of steel, heavy equipment, and gravel lots, Stein Steel will see dozens of housing units arranged around new streets, a greenspace component, and eventually, an adaptive-reuse restaurant and bar called Breaker Breaker fronting the BeltLine.

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